In his new autobiography, the English coach opens up about what went wrong, and why he felt some peace watching Siya lift the World Cup trophy.
If you want to learn about rugby, why would you go to the country that placed third at the Rugby World Cup? Anyway, off Stephen went.
The Springbok winger is finally a proper sporting superstar, although he’s been leaving defenders in his wake for years.
The Rugby World Cup may have come and gone, but if you’re looking to put a little pep in your step today then give these videos a watch.
Schoolboy rugby in South Africa is highly competitive, and the same is true for New Zealand. This series gives us a look inside the country’s most successful first XV over the past decade.
If you’ve seen Squidge Rugby’s superb analysis of the Rugby World Cup final, you’ll enjoy his look at how we pipped Wales in the semi-final.
There has been plenty written and said about what led the Springboks to victory, with some former players coming across as more than a little bitter.
The dust is still settling on the triumph, with the analyses of our success only now wrapping up, but it is worth turning one eye towards what comes next.
Scarra and Siya have known each other since they were 12, when they competed against one another at junior school level in the Eastern Cape. They’ve come a long way together.
Nine days after the fact and it’s still not any less satisfying to remember our World Cup final dismantling of the English. Let’s go deep and see why, and how, we came out on top.
If ever our Springbok heroes wanted to cash in on social media, now is the time. Make it rain.
What’s a flight from Cape Town to London without getting a cheeky jibe or two in? Our air traffic controllers were on the money.
You can be certain that someone from Hollywood is going to take a stab at telling Siya Kolisi’s story, and our recent World Cup success, but who will play the various members of the matchday 23?
Some of our Springbok heroes touched down in Jozi yesterday after a long flight home, and Makazole Mapimpi may have been a touch jet-lagged.
I’m sure you’ve already been sent hundreds of videos and memes on WhatsApp and social media, but I’ve tried to get as many of the iconic videos down in one place as possible.
There has already been so much written and said about an iconic weekend in South African sporting history. Here are some gems from abroad.
Ask any of the Springboks who played in the 2007 Rugby World Cup, and they’ll tell you how vital Eddie Jones was to the team’s success.
Rather than worrying about tactics and other such frivolities, the Daily Mail’s Jane Fryer is taking a different approach.
The Boks have managed to run in a few classy tries this tournament, and one of those has been shortlisted for the International Rugby Players (IRP) Try of the Year 2019.
At this stage, it’s clear that Rassie Erasmus has his strongest team locked in, but that doesn’t mean he can’t spring a last-minute surprise.