South Africa

  • Jooste has no beef with Hoskins

    Springbok selection Chief Peter Jooste on Monday denied that there is any rift between the national selection panel, which includes coach Jake White, and South...

  • Griquas sneak it at the death

    A try two minutes after the hooter for full-time had already sounded gave Griquas a sensational 33-29 Vodacom Cup Final victory over the Blue Bulls...

  • Bok squad announcement delayed

    The announcement of the Springbok training squad, scheduled for Saturday, has been delayed at the request of the Sharks and Bulls Super 14 teams.

  • De Villiers’ World Cup dream lives on

    Springbok and Stormers centre Jean de Villiers' World Cup dream remains alive. De Villiers, one of the unluckiest players in South African rugby when it...

  • Connacht warm up to the Boks

    Connacht, the stepchild of the Irish provinces, received a major boost with confirmation that they will play South Africa at the Sportsground in Galway on...

  • Springboks add World cup warm up matches

    The Springboks will warm up for the World Cup with matches against Scotland, Namibia and the Irish province Connacht in August.

  • Balance of power shifts to the North

    The balance of power in the Vodacom Cup, a secondary domestic competition in South Africa, lies firmly in the interior after all four North Section...

  • Snyman calls it a day on his rugby career

    South African international Andre Snyman will retire as a professional rugby player after Leeds Tykes final home game of the season against Rotherham this Sunday...

  • Boks won’t focus on Tri-Nations

    The Springboks will not focus on winning the Tri-Nations, but solely upon claiming the World Cup this year. That is what Andy Marinos, Manager of...

  • Komphela can’t cancel Bok passports

    Butana Komphela, the chairman of the parliamentary portfolio committee dealing with sport in South Africa, is reported to have threatened to have Springboks' passports cancelled...

  • Boks to miss World Cup?

    The South African rugby team may have their passports confiscated if the make-up of the side does not meet government's transformation requirements.

  • SARPA win Boland court case

    The South African Rugby Players Association (SARPA) has won an interdict in the Labour Court against Boland Rugby (Pty) Ltd - the commercial arm of...

  • Rassie in line for Bok World cup job

    Rassie Erasmus is being lined up to join Jake White's Springbok coaching staff as a technical advisor ahead of the World Cup later in the...

  • Ralepelle’s World Cup dreams shattered

    Springbok and Bulls hooker Chiliboy Ralepelle has been dealt a harsh blow to his World Cup preparations with news that he could miss the entire...

  • Scots seek greener pastures

    Scottish Rugby announced that two prominent players with its successful Magners League team, Glasgow Warriors, are expected to accept offers from Guinness Premiership clubs in...

  • Where have all the millions gone?

    Rob Wagner, the managing director of Western Province Rugby (Pty) Ltd, has come out strongly in defence of the company, as many questions remain unanswered...

  • Hoskins issues money warning to unions

    South African Rugby Union (SARU) President Oregan Hoskins has assured unions that SARU will not continue to bank-roll badly managed unions.

  • Hoskins ‘demands’ more on transformation

    The president of the South African Rugby Union (SARU), Oregan Hoskins, on Friday called on the country's provinces and Super 14 franchises to raise their...

  • SARPA takes Boland to court

    After issuing an ultimatum to Boland on Friday and receiving no response, the South African Rugby Players Association (SARPA) has decided to take legal action...

  • SA Rugby’s all-male bastion falls

    The South African Rugby Union (SARU) has co-opted two black women on their previously all-male presidents' council.

  • SA Rugby announce unexpected profit

    SA Rugby (Pty) Ltd, the commercial arm of the South African Rugby Union (SARU), has announced a higher than anticipated profit for 2006.

  • ANC angry at lack of black players in SA

    South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) is fast losing patience with Springbok bosses over the continued dearth of black players on the rugby field...

  • Vodacom Cup set to make an ‘impact’ again

    The Vodacom Cup, a secondary domestic competition in South Africa while the Super 14 is in progress, has been instrumental in creating career opportunities in...

  • SA Rugby launches Elite Squad project

    The South African Rugby Union has launched the Elite Squad project with the aim to bridge the significant gap amongst the age group players in...

  • Dlulane out for the year

    Springbok and Bulls flanker Tim Dlulane's dream of playing in the Rugby World Cup later this year was shattered on Wednesday. It has been announced...

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