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Springbok wing Bryan Habana believes captain Jean de Villiers does not receive enough credit for the way he leads the national side.
Forwards coach Johann van Graan says the Springboks are looking to adapt better to the way referees interpret the breakdown area.
Springbok hooker Adriaan Strauss and Francois Louw have emerged as the frontrunners to lead the Springboks against Samoa.
The Blue Bulls Company has reduced ticket prices for the final round of the four-nation Incoming Series rugby contest.
South Africa loose forward Arno Botha has been ruled out for the remainder of 2013 after rupturing ligaments in his left knee during the Springboks' win over Scotland.
South Africa were given a far tougher test than expected by an injury-ravaged Scotland, recording an unconvincing 30-17 win.
The Springboks did not underestimate Scotland, captain Jean de Villiers said after the hosts were pushed hard in their 30-17 win.
For 55 minutes, the Boks were facing what would have been their first defeat against the Scots on home soil in 107 years.
The Springboks staged a second-half comeback to record a flattering 30-17 win over Scotland in the four-nation tournament.
Siya Kolisi is set to become a symbol of the potential of sport.
Jean de Villiers says the Springboks will use their confident display against Italy as a benchmark for their performances.
Injury-hit Scotland should pose no threat to the attack-minded Springboks.
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer says he will pick overseas based players but preference will be given to locally-based players.
Last year people thought that any chance of Stormers flank Siya Kolisi becoming a Springbok had diminished.
Scotland named three new capsin their starting team for Saturday's Test against South Africa in Nelspruit.
Flanker Siya Kolisi patience and determination has seen him selected for the bench for the Boks’ match against Scotland.
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer has opted for continuity, making only two forced changes to his starting XV.
The Springboks made five changes to their team to face Scotland in Nelspruit.
Scrumhalf Francois Hougaard and loose-forward Francois Louw will miss the Springboks’ Test against Scotland.
Bok prop Jannie du Plessis says the hosts are aiming for an improved scrum on opposition ball when they take on Scotland.
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