Pieter-Steph du Toit is set to return to action for the Stormers in the opening round of the Rainbow Cup, while Handre Pollard and RG Snyman are also said to be back in training with their respective clubs.
From a Bok perspective, the opportunity for Pieter-Steph du Toit to return to competitive action in the early rounds of the Rainbow Cup is worth its weight in gold, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
World Cup-winning Springbok utility forward Pieter-Steph du Toit had reportedly agreed to a lucrative deal with Munster, but the high-profile move was blocked by the Irish Rugby Football Union.
The British & Irish Lions tour is back on track and Sir Clive Woodward has weighed in with a cunning back-row combination to battle the Springboks, writes ZELIM NEL.
With Pieter-Steph du Toit racing to prove his fitness for the British & Irish Lions series, we ask readers to pick his possible replacement on the side of the Bok scrum.
Springbok flank Pieter-Steph du Toit and his family’s Kloovenburg wine estate have shown their support for the Care4Kings fund-raising campaign by donating towards the C4K online wine auction.
Flank Pieter-Steph du Toit has pinpointed the feeling when he first thought South Africa would go on to win the World Cup final against England last year.
In this uncut clip from ‘Chasing the Sun’, Pieter-Steph du Toit chats about Elton Jantjies’ role in preparing the Springboks for George Ford’s style of play and the impact of the team’s ‘dirt-trackers’ during last year’s World Cup.
A number of the Stormers’ high-profile players have recovered from injury and are expected to ready for action when a local competition can get under way.
The contractual cases involving Springboks Pieter-Steph du Toit and Malcolm Marx may not be cut and dried just yet, according to Sunday newspaper Rapport.