Damian Willemse’s impending short-term loan move to Premiership title-holders Saracens can only be a good thing for all parties involved, writes DYLAN JACK.
It’s every player’s dream to play in a World Cup, but sometimes that dream is dashed by an unexpected piece of bad luck. JOHN GOLIATH identifies five unlucky Springboks.
Cheslin Kolbe has gone from a left-field hunch to the Boks’ spirit animal, writes Simnikiwe Xabanisa.
Bok coach Rassie Erasmus will have had a healthy headache when it comes to selecting his best back row options for the World Cup, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The All Blacks will have a point to prove at the World Cup after a disappointing Rugby Championship campaign as well as a drop down the rankings, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The death of James Small is a reminder that sports stars should only be judged for what they achieve on the field of play, writes former Bok STEFAN TERBLANCHE.
For the first time in years, the World Cup year offers a host of contenders without one clearly dominant side, writes former Bok hooker JAMES DALTON.
JON CARDINELLI looks at the forwards used by the Springboks since 2018 and why Rassie Erasmus faces a healthy selection headache ahead of the World Cup squad announcement.
The latest trim to the Springbok squad has provided the clearest indication yet as to the composition of the 31-man World Cup squad, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Rassie Erasmus has a pretty good idea of what his starting team will look like at the World Cup. However, he may still have a few sleepless nights about the makeup of his bench, writes JOHN GOLIATH.