SA Rugby president Mark Alexander says the organisation lost hundreds of millions due to the government’s no-crowd policy during the British & Irish Lions tour of South Africa.
The result of a recent reader poll has produced a shock result as more than half of respondents called for harsh sanctions against the Springboks.
The RFU has confirmed its interest in hosting Rugby Championship Tests at Twickenham following the implementation of lockdown restrictions in New Zealand and Australia.
SA Rugby and director of rugby Rassie Erasmus are preparing for a pending legal battle with World Rugby that could see South Africa stripped of their series victory against the British & Irish Lions in a worst-case scenario.
South Africa’s director of rugby Rassie Erasmus has shared the words of a fable in a thinly veiled message on Twitter that says “never waste time on discussions that make no sense”.
A joint SA Rugby committee has been appointed to intervene in Western Province’s affairs to assess if any ‘reckless decisions and spending’ have been made.
SA Rugby president Mark Alexander has addressed the lack of transformation at provincial level after only three unions managed to achieve the set targets last season.
An industry-wide alliance and strict austerity measures allowed SA Rugby to post a modest loss of only R7.9 million in 2020, despite enduring a 45% decline in revenues caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
South Africa’s involvement in the planned intercontinental Rainbow Cup is set to implode due to a lack of necessary clearances just days away from the scheduled kick-off.
Ben Smith has expressed his desire to see the return of a competition that features teams from South Africa and New Zealand.