The triumphant Springboks are on the cover of the latest SA Rugby magazine, which is on sale now! Don’t miss out on our 140-page celebration issue.
While Rassie Erasmus and the Springboks have had a well-deserved party over the past few weeks following their World Cup win, the Bok boss’ next assignment is a lot trickier, writes JOHN GOLIATH.
A look back at some of the biggest stories in the rugby world over the past weekend. Catch up with the news here.
A Bok defence that relies on speed, aggression and courageous decision-making shattered the confidence of England’s previously fluent attack, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Tendai ‘Beast’ Mtawarira rolled back the years and put in a vintage performance in the World Cup final against England.
Rassie Erasmus learned from his predecessors’ mistakes regarding transformation and built the most diverse Springbok team after just 18 months in the job, writes JOHN GOLIATH.
In this moving tribute from Kisset Chirengende, Beast Mtawarira’s friend and former schoolboy opponent reflects on the journey of the legendary Bok prop who announced his Test retirement on Wednesday.
The Springboks emphatically banished any criticism of being too one-dimensional in a final against England that showcased subtle confidence and creativity, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The Springboks and England have played some memorable World Cup matches. JOHN GOLIATH looks back the four clashes between Saturday’s finalists at the 2019 showpiece event.
Fezakele Kolisi has arrived in Japan and will be at the Yokohama Stadium on Saturday to watch his son make history. JON CARDINELLI in Tokyo reports.