World Rugby boss Bill Beaumont says a vaccine for Covid-19 would be important for the game to resume with ‘absolute confidence’.
The director-general of the department of Sport and Arts & Culture, Vusumuzi Mkhize, says contact sport in South Africa will resume at level 1 of the lockdown.
Dylan Sage has confirmed his move away from the Vodacom Bulls to a French club and opens up about how the change could affect his availability for the Blitzboks in the lead-up to and at the 2021 Olympic Games. MARIETTE ADAMS reports.
Springbok star Cheslin Kolbe says his unforgettable try in the World Cup final was beyond his wildest dreams, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
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Blitzboks coach Neil Powell says the fact that the Olympics and British & Lions tour to South Africa could run concurrently in 2021 means he may need to rethink his plans for the squad to take to the Games.
Neil Powell says he is using the unexpected downtime to teach the youngsters in the Blitzboks set-up about financial literacy and some essential life skills needed beyond their playing careers.
Take a look at the timeline of significant rugby events and/or announcements throughout the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
All South African rugby stakeholders have jointly confirmed pay cuts and other economies to offset up to R1.2bn from the sport’s budget by the end of the year.
Agustin Pichot has resigned from World Rugby following his narrow loss to Bill Beaumont in the race to be chairman of the governing body.