In the first of a series looking at our favourite World Cup memories, DYLAN JACK looks back at Springbok centre Lukhanyo Am’s unselfishness in 2019.
Michael Cheika has opened up on his pain at not being able to win a trophy during his tenure as Wallabies head coach.
In the first instalment of a new article series from the SA Rugby magazine team, MARIETTE ADAMS reflects on a spine-tingling individual performance that lit up RWC 2007.
JON CARDINELLI chats to Mzwandile Stick about his unconventional role with the Springboks and how it gave the team an edge at the 2019 World Cup.
In the third instalment of a new article series from the SA Rugby magazine team, DYLAN JACK reflects on a World Cup final that solidified his love for the game.
Check out this latest video from Rassie Erasmus where he speaks to players and coaches about putting your ego aside when doing the right thing.
In the final instalment of a three-part series on Bongi Mbonambi, the Springbok hooker reflects on the 2019 World Cup campaign, Siya Kolisi’s inspirational leadership, and Jacques Nienaber’s ambitions for 2020 and beyond. JON CARDINELLI reports.
In the second installment of a three-part series on Bongi Mbonambi, the Springbok hooker opens up about a career-threatening appendectomy and the white lie he told Rassie Erasmus before the Test series against England in 2018. JON CARDINELLI reports.
Check out the video footage from the second instalment of the Springboks’ World Cup trophy parade in the Eastern Cape on Wednesday.
A record of around 857-million people watched the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan via World Rugby’s network of rights-holding broadcast partners, translating into a 26% increase in viewership from the tournament in England in 2015.