A round up of what some of South Africa’s leading Sunday papers are saying, including an update on the new Springbok coaching staff.
The World Cup-winning Springboks have been nominated in the Team of the Year category at this year’s Laureus World Sports Awards.
Herschel Jantjies started 2019 as an unknown entity but ended the year as a World Cup winner, writes JOHN GOLIATH.
Pieter-Steph du Toit capped off a sensational season when he was named World Rugby Player of the Year, writes CLINTON VAN DER BERG.
Chief writer Jon Cardinelli and editor Craig Lewis debate what the next Bok coach’s biggest challenge will be in 2020.
Following his second retirement from rugby, SA Rugby magazine reflects on the career and achievements of the ever-smiling Schalk Brits.
The world champion Springboks are set to face the All Blacks at Eden Park next year after New Zealand Rugby confirmed its home fixtures for the 2020 international season.
The confirmation that Curwin Bosch and Damian Willemse will play exclusively at flyhalf in 2020 is good news for both the duo and the Springboks, writes DYLAN JACK.
Significant changes to the Springbok, All Blacks and Wallabies coaching teams should make for a fascinating 2020 Rugby Championship tournament, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The Springboks enjoyed their most successful season in the professional era when they claimed two major trophies, 10 wins and several other accolades, writes JON CARDINELLI.