Springbok Captain Whitely withdrawn From 3rd Test with France
Warren Whiteley was forced to withdraw from the team due to a groin injury which he has been carrying throughout the season, but was aggravated in training this week.
Proteas crash out of the ICC Champions Trophy
South Africa set India a target of 192 in an innings that included three run outs.
#BongmusaMthembu, #CamilleHerron win big at #Comrades2017
Bongmusa Mthembu and American Camille Herron have won the men's and women's races of the 2017 Comrades Marathon
Hunt hails team after Wits wrap up maiden league title
Bidvest Wits coach Gavin Hunt says his boys executed their plan perfectly.
Blitzboks win Sevens Series after beating Scotland
South Africa beat Scotland 15-5 in Paris Sevens and win 2016/2017 World Series
Sale Sharks announce signing of Lions' Faf de Klerk
The Springbok scrum-half will be joining the Premiership club on a three-year deal.
Sundowns beat Pirates 2-0
Mamelodi Sundowns opened the score in the 25th minute through a well worked Khama Billiat header.
Sanzaar announces new format for Super Rugby from 2018
The change sees an overall reduction of three teams from the current 18-team format, two from South Africa and one from Australia.
Doubles delight: Klaasen gives partner Ram birthday win
This is Klaasen/Ram’s fifth title as a team and second of 2017, having also prevailed last month in Delray Beach.
Proteas beat Black Caps by 8 wickets in second Test
Keshav Maharaj took 6-40 as South Africa dismissed New Zealand for 171 in their second innings.
Sam hints at repercussions in wake of Commonwealth Games flop
On Monday, the games federation confirmed that host city Durban had failed to deliver on a number of key obligations and commitments.
[WATCH] Blitzboks change flat tyre on way to game
A few minutes later and the flat tyre was changed and everyone was on their way.
Powell, Snyman pleased with Blitzboks effort
The team secured 41 of a possible 44 log points on offer, made both finals in Las Vegas and Vancouver and won the USA leg.
Rain claims final day in Dunedin
Proteas and New Zealand were forced to settle for a draw in the first Test of their three-match series after the final day of their clash was washed out by rain.
Elgar and Du Plessis keep Proteas in control
Half-centuries from Dean Elgar & Faf du Plessis allowed the Proteas to grind themselves into a position of nominal control against New Zealand.
Chris Bertish crosses Atlantic Ocean on stand-up paddle board
The South African surfer became the first man to cross the Atlantic Ocean on a stand-up paddle board.
Elgar ton leads Proteas to recovery
The left-hander showed nerves of steel as he batted through the day to end unbeaten on 128 (262 balls, 22 fours).
Danny Jordaan withdraws as candidate for Fifa council
Jordaan is one of three prospective candidates to back out of the Fifa Council race before next week’s votes in Ethiopia.