Rassie Erasmus explains why his side as a ‘B-team’ look and why Jesse Kriel is now a senior player.
Rassie Erasmus goes for Elton and Herschel as halfback pairing as Eben Etzebeth deputises as skipper.
The duo perfectly illustrates the Springboks’ exciting mix of youth and experience as the World Cup looms.
South Africa’s stellar campaign at the World Cup has been a joy to watch, but they need to avoid a potential banana peel in Uganda.
Don’t think the Bulls ‘sensation’ is going to nab the veteran’s place without a fight.
Cutting it fine perhaps? Not when you pick these guys, says assistant Matt Proudfoot…

Police confirm ex-striker Marc Batchelor assassinated

Batchelor was apparently ambushed close to his house in Market Street, Olivedale.

Another win for in-form Proteas at World Cup

It also seems as if coach Norma Plummer’s rotation system is working a treat.

Currie Cup XV of the week: Young Lions roar, great Griquas

Cash van Rooyen’s youngsters repay his faith as the Peacock Blues deliver a compelling performance in Durban.

Plucky Pumas lay bare SA rugby’s dire financial state

Coach Jimmy Stonehouse continues to work wonders on a limited budget, but the magic won’t last much longer.

Golf Dylan Frittelli transforms career with one compelling round

The 29-year-old South African’s magnificent win at the John Deere Classic pales in significance to what it means for his future.

Record medal haul for SA student team

Tatjana Schoenmaker shines in the pool, while Milton Kekana makes a name for himself.

Rugby James Small was found naked, unconscious at brothel – report

The Springbok legend reportedly collapsed at The Harem in Bedfordview, ‘gentleman’s club that caters for every need’.

Rugby Wallabies prop robbed and injured in Sandton

Taniela Tupou sustained minor cuts to his arm following the theft of his cellphone near the team hotel.

Currie Cup wrap: Magnificent Griquas, thrilling Tambwe hat-trick

However, the showpiece fixture at Newlands between WP and the Blue Bulls fails to live up to expectations.

The unlikely South African in England’s camp for World Cup final

From Benoni to Lord’s, former Easterns and KwaZulu-Natal spinner Anthony Botha has had an interesting journey.

Women in Sport: The Aussie at the heart of SA’s netball revolution

Norma Plummer is steadily putting the Proteas back on the map.

How staring amputation in the face formed Handre Pollard

Three years ago, the Springbok flyhalf was told he might not have an arm anymore. Now, he’s one of the best in the world.

Winning start for Proteas at Netball World Cup

Lenize Potgieter stars as South Africa shrug off some early resistance from Trinidad & Tobago.

Cricket AB breaks silence on World Cup storm: ‘Criticism is unjustified’

The Proteas legend was alleged to have made a last-ditch effort to come out of retirement to play in the showpiece tournament.




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