The well-known brand, which has a long-history with South African sport, was also part of the British and Irish Lions’ visits in 1997 and 2009.
The “SANZAAR entity” and domestic and provincial tournaments will, however, undergo “restructuring”.
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RWC19: Only the Boks, in SA team sport, have achieved greatness on the world stage
The South African cricket team, often regarded among the favourites at global events, hasn’t even featured in a World Cup final.
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RWC19: My five highlights of the victorious Bok World Cup journey
There were a number of things that stood out about the national team in the build-up to, and during, the tournament in Japan, but these stand out above everything else.
After England shocked the All Blacks in the semi-finals, they arrived as the big favourites for the final, but the Boks’ dominant scrum decimated their pack.
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RWC19: Five key points that made the Boks a winning combination
SA Rugby and the Springboks ticked a number of boxes in the build-up to, and during, the World Cup in Japan in the latter stages of 2019.
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RWC19: Why Erasmus was always SA Rugby’s first-choice man for the Boks

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His coaching history tells us one thing – He has never stepped into a plumb position with a golden spoon.

Springboks Boks given an additional 48 hours to make Rugby Champs decision

The South Africans are hesitant to play in the competition following months of no action because of the coronavirus.

Springboks Boks will be on the back foot in Rugby Champs – Vermeulen

Australia and New Zealand have been playing rugby for 10 to 11 weeks and have already finished their domestic competitions.

Springboks No set game plan for Green and Gold ahead of Springbok Showdown

For Rassie Erasmus, this week is about getting the players on the same page with regard to Bok protocols.

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Morne Steyn’s game management was outstanding, his goalkicking (5/5) faultless and any backline scoring six tries suggests the flyhalf must have been doing something right on attack.

Springboks Erasmus backs Jantjies to replace Pollard

While he admitted it would be tough to play in the Championship, Erasmus said they were putting all their effort into preparing the Boks for a return to top-flight competition.

Rugby Rising rugby stars get chance to mix it up with the Boks

“There may even be an opportunity for one or two of them to get some match action if there is an injury or COVID-related issue during the week.”

Springboks Bok participation still up in the air as Rugby Championship dates are confirmed

The six-week Rugby Championship is set to take place in Brisbane, Newcastle and Sydney between November 7 and December 12.

Springboks Bok coaches cast wide net for Green v Gold squad

The 93-man provisional squad for the Springbok Showdown includes 32 capped Bok players, as well as a number of Blitzboks and recent Junior Boks.

Springboks Springboks must play in the Rugby Championship – De Villiers

Former national captain Jean de Villiers believes there is plenty to gain from playing in the competition in Australia in November and December.

Springboks No reason to rush Rohan into the Bok mix, says Gerber

While Sale-based Rohan Janse van Rensburg has been mentioned as a possible Bok returnee, former legendary centre is adamant the current centre pairing is just fine

Springboks Pollard out for months: Our five candidates to wear the No 10 jersey

With the World Cup winning No 10 sidelined, new coach Jacques Nienaber will have to find a suitable replacement should the Boks play in the Rugby Championship

Springboks Injury-hit Boks may force coach Nienaber’s hand

Bok boss Jacques Nienaber may decide to lead a weakened team to Australia anyway to play in the Rugby Championship

Springboks Former Bok captain: Madness to play in Rugby Champs

Claassen believes SA Rugby bosses must forget about going Down Under with an under-prepared national team and rather focus on the visit by the Lions next year





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