The idea that South Africa’s integration into European club rugby should be limited to the PRO16 for the foreseeable future is naive and impractical, writes ZELIM NEL.
SARugbymag.co.za picks a team of players who stuck their hands up during the third round of the Rainbow Cup SA this past weekend.
Elrigh Louw and Vincent Tshituka are young players who look destined for higher honours in the future, writes ANDRE-PIERRE CRONJE.
It would make complete sense for the Springboks to tap into Morne Steyn’s considerable Intellectual Property for the British & Irish Lions series, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Pieter-Steph du Toit’s ability to get through back-to-back 80-minute performances after more than a year out of the game aptly demonstrates why he has been referred to as an athlete who is a ‘freak of nature’, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
There’s no reason to believe the Springboks’ starting XV against the British & Irish Lions won’t be almost identical to the side that started the 2019 World Cup final, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The Varsity Cup numbers are in and it’s clear that, despite sometimes comedic attempts to reshape the game, rugby is resistant to change, writes ZELIM NEL.
Juarno Augustus has arrived at a crucial career crossroads as he heads to the Northampton Saints, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Ardie Savea’s angry reaction to a news story highlights a trend of player isolation, writes SIMNIKIWE XABANISA in the latest SA Rugby magazine.
The resumption of schools rugby is a welcome relief for all who love the game, writes former Springbok STEFAN TERBLANCHE.