Edwards appointed Boks’ new Head of Athletic Performance
Andy Edwards, the experienced Saracens Strength and Conditioning coach, has been appointed as the new Head of Athletic Performance for the Springboks.
Louw predicts Lions tour will be “an awesome spectacle”
An “awesome spectacle” awaits fans in 2021 when the British & Irish Lions head to South Africa for their quadrennial tour, and former Springbok flank Francois Louw reckons the tourists will have a point to prove against the men in green and gold.
Isuzu Southern Kings board confirmed
A new five-person board has been confirmed to oversee the Isuzu Southern Kings affairs until new owners are installed.
RIP Timothy Nkonki (1949-2020)
SA Rugby President Mr Mark Alexander extended his condolences to the family of former national player and club rugby president, Timothy Nkonki, who passed away on Tuesday at the age of 70 years old.
Louw: “It came down to hope, belief and determination”
Francois Louw went around the block a few times during his professional rugby career and when he decided to finally hang up his boots last month, he could look back at 15 years of senior rugby with a big smile on his face.
Million mark reached as Boks' fundraiser ends Friday
Thanks to the fantastic support and generosity of Springbok supporters, the R1 million-mark was surpassed in the Bok’s #StrongerTogether for R32-12 campaign, which raises money for hunger alleviation in struggling communities as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Imbokodo set sights on next season
The cancellation of the inaugural Challenger Series event for women is a setback to their aspirations, but the Springbok Women's Sevens team will not give up on their drive to become a core team on the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series.
Powell congratulates New Zealand on winning World Series
Springbok Sevens coach Neil Powell congratulated the All Blacks Sevens team after they were named winners of the 2019/20 HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series on Tuesday.
Why I became a Lions tourist – Francois Pienaar
Francois Pienaar’s rugby life changed dramatically in the middle to late 1990s, and after leading South Africa to Rugby World Cup glory in 1995, he watched from the stands as the Springboks went down in the 1997 series against the British & Irish Lions.
Sevens captains happy to run support lines for Boks
South Africa’s two national sevens captains needed little encouragement when the Rugby World Cup-winning Springboks came knocking for assistance with their #StrongerTogether for R32-12 campaign.