Editorials 12.8.2017 05:45 am

Why Bakkies sees red over new Springbok jersey

SA Rugby have changed the colour of the jersey to mark the 25th anniversary of rugby unity in SA. And it’s weird. Very weird.

For obvious reasons, you tend to sit up and listen when former Springbok lock Bakkies Botha says something.

Why Bakkies sees red over new Springbok jersey
Why Bakkies sees red over new Springbok jersey

Why Bakkies sees red over new Springbok jersey

SA Rugby have changed the colour of the jersey to mark the 25th anniversary of rugby unity in SA. And it’s weird. Very weird.

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