To prevent sinking further into abyss, the Springboks must man up against Wallabies, writes Vata Ngobeni.
The Currie Cup Premier Division is expected to come down to the wire in the final round of pool matches this week.
The Boks’ underwhelming performances are a symptom of the lack of leadership and self-serving interests engulfing Saru.
The Bulls had lost two out of their first four games in the Currie Cup but have suddenly become serious contenders for the title.
The Boks have arguably never been in a more precarious position, writes Jacques van der Westhuyzen.
John Robbie says the Springbok management team must take stock, plan and take decisive action for the future.
Johan Ackermann and his men are fighting to stay in contention for a place in the semi-finals of the 2016 Currie Cup.
Western Province still have their Currie Cup destiny in their own hands after outlasting Griquas 52-31 in Kimberley on Friday night.
WP coach John Dobson is expecting a “shoot-out” on attack in Friday night’s Currie Cup clash against Griquas.
As the Currie Cup edges ever so closer to its crescendo, there remains uncertainty over which teams will join the Free State Cheetahs in the playoffs.
New Zealand Rugby (NZR) lobbied furiously to change the Super Rugby playoffs format but were knocked back by South Africa and Australia.
After the disappointment of a bronze medal, the Blitzboks will begin a new four-year cycle by taking on USA, Scotland and ...
Not since 2011 when Jean de Villiers and Jaque Fourie were considered the best have the Boks boasted a midfield duo that’s brought excitement.
With 35 tries in the bag the Lions are the leading attacking team in the Currie Cup, but three defeats on the road has left them in a desperate fight.
Springboks Juan de Jongh and Bongi Mbonambi have been drafted straight into the WP starting line-up for their clash against Griquas.