A man with more plans than an architect, the willingness of Rassie Erasmus to sacrifice himself in what many view as a brave tirade against hapless World Rugby can’t be taken at face value, according to ZELIM NEL.
The Harlequins’ superb 2020-21 Premiership title win shows that the Springboks won’t lack depth when it comes to the latter stages of the Test season, writes DYLAN JACK.
Rassie Erasmus’ hour-long video is sure to divide opinions, but one way or another he has thrown down the gauntlet to World Rugby and officials. The response will be telling, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
There needs to be a closer look at why South African players almost always improve when they play for overseas clubs, writes SIMNIKIWE XABANISA.
Put the pin back in your grenade and read why Australian referee Nic Berry did an outstanding job of handling the blockbuster first Test between the Springboks and British & Irish Lions, according to ZELIM NEL.
The Springboks won’t be defined by Saturday’s defeat of minuscule margins, but rather the manner in which they respond will reveal their true championship qualities, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The Boks faded in the second half to slump to a 22-17 defeat by the British & Irish Lions on Saturday. CRAIG LEWIS picks and rates some of the top performers amid a disappointing result.
SA Rugby magazine highlights five crucial areas the Boks will need to dominate to win the first Test against the British & Irish Lions.
Duhan van der Merwe’s achievements should be truly appreciated by South Africans, writes former Springbok STEFAN TERBLANCHE.
SA Rugby magazine looks closer at the 10 Springboks cut from the initial 47-man squad, how they performed and what lies ahead.