The Springbok Women shifted to a higher gear in their preparations for the 2021 World Cup with a training camp in Stellenbosch this week.
The Springbok Women’s team has been drawn in Pool C alongside England, France and Fiji for next year’s World Rugby Cup in New Zealand.
The official draw for the 2021 Women’s World Cup will take place on Friday, 20 November at the SkyCity Theatre in the heart of Auckland.
Rugby Africa has named Springbok Women’s prop Babalwa Latsha as one of the top-12 leading women in rugby on the continent.
Springbok Women’s coach Stanley Raubenheimer and veteran players Nolusindiso Booi and Zintle Mpupha on Friday expressed their excitement about the 2021 Rugby World Cup.
Springbok Women’s captain Nolusindiso Booi has encouraged her teammates to remain positive and keep working hard with an eye on the 2021 World Cup in New Zealand.
Siya Kolisi, Damian Willemse and Herschel Jantjies caused an uproar when they delivered food parcels at Peakview High School in Athlone in Cape Town on Thursday.
SA Rugby confirmed on Wednesday that it had sought and received clarification from government on a number of questions relating to the return to non-contact training.
SA Rugby’s annual audit has shown that the governing body has registered a 22% increase in its transformation progress in the 2019 calendar year.
A local player has spoken out about the impact of SA Rugby’s planned pay cuts which is scheduled to run until December.