Stormers coach Robbie Fleck has quite a few decisions to make ahead of the Super Rugby season, but one thing is for sure, his lock pairing is solid.
The Bulls will get their first taste of what stands ahead of them in Super Rugby this year when they take on the Chiefs in a pre-season friendly.
England head coach Eddie Jones has accepted the blame for his side's poor performance in their narrow win over France on Saturday.
Stormers boss Robbie Fleck has quite a few decisions to make in terms of his Super Rugby combinations and selections, writes Wynona Louw.
Joost van der Westhuizen’s place in the pantheon of rugby greats is indisputable. He earned it the hard way...
Australia and New Zealand saluted "extraordinary" SA rugby legend Joost vander Westhuizen, hailing his skill and leadership as an inspiration.
Warren Whiteley said he felt “great”. He further explained how the South African players are accommodated in Japan’s Top League.
"A great friend has left us with an incredible legacy in rugby. Joost inspired on and off the field. Rest easy blue eyes...."
“He is one of those players that you will find once in a lifetime."
At a time when all of SA is pretty much fed-up with the administration, Neil Powell and his Blitzboks have given rugby fans plenty to cheer about.
Joost casts his mind back to the journey that culminated in winning the 1995 World Cup; a victory that changed South Africa.
The more a situation in a game deteriorated, the harder Joost played. He just would not give up.
A giant, warrior, legend, laughing eyes, fighter were some of the tributes for Joost van der Westhuizen who died after battling motor neuron disease.
The Sharks have suffered a setback ahead of the new season after loose forward Keegan Daniel was ruled out for 12 weeks with a hand injury.
On Monday, Joost van der Westhuizen lost his battle with Motor Neuron Disease (MND). Here is a look at the life of the former Springbok captain.