South African rugby is on the cusp of tapping into one of the richest supplies of unearthed talent, writes PETROS AUGOUSTI.
Former Springbok coach Jake White says SA Rugby’s new contracting model will see more senior players plying their trade overseas.
Former Sharks coach John Plumtree says the black talent filtering through the system will make South African rugby a ‘scary proposition’ in years to come.
SA Rugby has announced that they will no longer directly contract Springboks, while provincial unions have agreed to a cap on player budgets.
SA Rugby has announced that the body will no longer directly contract Springboks, while provincial unions have agreed to a cap on player budgets.
A new management role could have far-reaching benefits as SA Rugby moves towards ensuring that the national team are settled and supported in every area of their lives, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
SA Rugby chief executive Jurie Roux says plans to make key sports free-to-air on television in South Africa could harm the future of the Springboks.
Two announcements on Tuesday summed up the crippling imbalance in the modern game between the rand in South Africa and overseas currencies, writes BEN COLES in The Telegraph.
SA Rugby chief executive Jurie Roux has maintained that he is not guilty of mismanaging Stellenbosch University funds days before his fraud trial was meant to get under way.
CRAIG LEWIS and RYAN VREDE discuss the underperformance of South Africa’s Vodacom Super Rugby sides, SA Rugby reaching its transformation targets and the Israel Folau code of conduct hearing.