Springboks need 'all-round performance' to beat England
Among those supporting the Boks is former Springbok Sevens captain Jonathan Mokuena, who said South Africa needed to put in an all-round performance to beat England.
'Eagle' Mokwena prepared to pluck out feathers to be a success
Head coach Rhulani Mokwena said that he did not fear the pressure of coaching at a big club like Orlando Pirates.
Van Rooyen named new Lions coach
Ivan van Rooyen takes over the reins from Swys de Bruin who joined the Southern Kings as a consultant after parting ways with the Johannesburg franchise earlier this year.
Whiteley: Bok forwards can dominate England up front
South Africa scrapped to a 19-16 win over Wales on Sunday in which both teams almost cancelled each other out with their kicking tactics and the battle upfront.
South Africa beats Wales to face England in World Cup final
South Africa and Wales squared off in the second semifinal of the Rugby World Cup with the winner set to play England in next Saturday’s final.
Springboks with the weight of a nation on their shoulders ahead of Wales clash
For the Springboks it is far bigger than that as they turn their eyes from Japan to South Africa and knowing what a place in a third Rugby World Cup final would mean to their country.
Faf du Plessis says India test series was toughest period in his career
India were in dominant mood on home soil and extended their winning run in the longest form of the game to 11 consecutive series on their own patch.
Injured Kolbe misses out on RWC semifinal as Nkosi gets the nod
Sbu Nkosi replaces the inform Cheslin Kolbe who has not recovered sufficiently from the ankle injury he suffered against Canada and aggravated in the win over Japan.
Robin Peterson named interim Warriors head coach
The 40-year-old will be thrown straight into his coaching duties when the Port Elizabeth side takes on the Cape Cobras in the 4-Day Series on Monday.
Du Plessis: India's ruthlessness made us weak
South Africa lost the third and final test by an innings and 202 runs as India won a 12th consecutive series on home soil.
Erasmus unsure about prospect of Japan joining Rugby Championship
Despite dominating possession and playing their characteristic high tempo style, Japan was not able to breakdown the Springbok defence and was restricted to scoring just a single penalty.
Boks bash past Brave Blossoms to reach RWC semifinals
The Springboks went into the clash off the back of a 66-7 win over Canada in their final pool match.
De Bruin links up with Kings as consultant
The 59-year-old officially started in his new role on Friday, 18 October, as the Port Elizabeth-side brace for a tough tour to Europe.
'I completely understand what I’ve done wrong': Markram after injury
Aiden Markram will miss the third Test against India due to a wrist injury after striking something in frustration.
Maharaj, Philander forge record breaking partnership to stall India's charge
Keshav Maharaj and Vernon Philander brought some much-needed determination and fight to the Protea’s attempt at keeping the Freedom Series alive.
Proteas women continue to struggle in India after 8 wicket loss
Having lost the T20 series, South Africa would have been looking to bounce back in the 50 over format.
Du Plessis confident Proteas can bounce back in Pune
South Africa lost the first game by 203 runs, in what was also both teams inaugural match in the World Test Championship.
Boks qualify for quarterfinals with runaway Canada victory
South Africa secured qualification for the Rugby World Cup quarterfinals with a crushing victory over Canada in Kobe on Tuesday.