Craig Lewis and Ryan Vrede believe the Boks have enjoyed an ideal build up to the World Cup, and weigh in on the squad set to travel to Japan.
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.
World Rugby takes a look back at the 1995 World Cup match between the Springboks and Canada which saw three players red-carded at the Boet Erasmus stadium.
Head to head: Editor Craig Lewis and chief writer Jon Cardinelli debate who should start on the right wing for the Springboks at the World Cup.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says his side has focused on being unpredictable this year after naming his 31-man squad for the World Cup,
Veteran flank David Pocock and rookie wing Jordan Petaia have been included in the Wallabies’ 31-man squad for the upcoming World Cup in Japan.
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.
The inclusion of Owen Farrell at inside centre is one of 10 changes to England’s starting lineup for Saturday’s warm-up match against Ireland at Twickenham.
SA Rugby president Mark Alexander says the Springboks’ performance at the upcoming World Cup in Japan will not determine Rassie Erasmus’ future.