A round up of what some of South Africa’s leading Sunday papers are saying, including an update on Saru’s transformation plan for 2030.
SA Rugby president Mark Alexander says the Springboks’ performance at the upcoming World Cup in Japan will not determine Rassie Erasmus’ future.
SA Rugby president Mark Alexander has assured Rassie Erasmus there will no external pressure or interference when he selects the Springbok squad for the World Cup.
South African rugby’s new contracting model is bound to ask questions that will be answered only by out-of-the-box thinking, writes SIMNIKIWE XABANISA.
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.