SA Rugby magazine takes a look at the timeline of Springbok wing Aphiwe Dyantyi’s banned substance case, from when the news broke up until the outcome of the hearing.
Aphiwe Dyantyi has revealed he suffered an anxiety attack on one of the first occasions he braved going out in public after testing positive for a banned substance.
In another selection from YouTube, this compilation from GG MONTAGES offers of some of the best solo tries – featuring the likes of Gio Aplon and Aphiwe Dyantyi.
Bok and Lions wing Aphiwe Dyantyi’s disciplinary hearing for the use of banned substances is set to take place in a virtual format within the next couple of months.
Former Wales international Gavin Henson says players who test positive for performance enhancing substances should be send to prison to serve time for ‘stealing a living’.
Aphiwe Dyantyi has posted a positive update about where he is mentally five months after he tested positive for banned substances.
In a matter of months, Bok wing Aphiwe Dyantyi went from rugby prosperity to drug complexity. Sibusiso Mjikeliso investigates.
Springbok and Lions wing Aphiwe Dyantyi has decided to contest his doping charge after testing positive for three banned substances in August.
World Rugby chief executive Brett Gosper says the governing body believes there is not a systematic doping culture in rugby.
Springbok assistant coach Matt Proudfoot hopes that South African rugby will be associated with performances on the pitch rather than the recent doping-related suspensions. JON CARDINELLI in Tokyo reports.