While it’s no surprise that Cheslin Kolbe finished first among SA Rugby magazine readers as the player they’re most excited to see in full flight on South African soil, second place went to much more of a wildcard.
Look back at images of the three Springboks who are in line to face the British & Irish Lions for a second time after previously coming up against the prestigious touring side in 2009.
Former Springbok back Stefan Terblanche has shared the match-day 23 he thinks the Springboks should field in the upcoming series against the British & Irish Lions.
Bulls veterans Morné Steyn, Cornal Hendricks and Gio Aplon again showed this past weekend that they’ve still got what it takes to keep up with the younger generation in both attack and defence.
Jesse Kriel has praised the impact of veterans Morne and Frans Steyn in the current Springbok squad.
Jacques Nienaber says Morne Steyn’s consistency was the key aspect that led to his inclusion in the 46-man Springbok squad for the British & Irish Lions series.
The surprise omission of Marcell Coetzee from the Springbok squad to face the British & Irish Lions confirms the world champions will continue to advance with a heavy bench, writes ZELIM NEL.
The Bulls’ decision to strengthen ties with rugby clubs in Pretoria is a shrewd move, writes SIMNIKIWE XABANISA.
Former All Black Jeff Wilson has named one South African on his list of the top-five greatest Super Rugby players of all time.
Bryan Habana scored a hat-trick of tries as the 2007 Bulls demolished the 2019 Jaguares 47-21 at the José Amalfitani Stadium in our interactive Greatest Super Rugby Team tournament.