Director of Rugby, Rassie Erasmus, is all in with SA Rugby’s #StrongerTogether for R32-12 campaign, which is aimed at raising funds to feed those in need during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, while a unique new prize was added to the collection.
On 25 May 1995, the Springboks shocked the rugby world when they beat the defending champions, Australia, by 27-18 in the opening game of the 1995 Rugby World Cup at a packed Newlands in Cape Town.
Springbok Rugby World Cup winning hero Handré Pollard says the prospects of representing South Africa in next year’s series against the British & Irish Lions next year would be like a dream come true for him.
️The Springboks can't sit on the sidelines and do nothing while many South Africans are going hungry. They're giving away the shirts off their backs and the boots off their feet to help raise money for those affected by COVID19.
For R32-12 you can have the shirt off Siya’s back, the boots off Bongi’s feet or have a personal Rugby World Cup trophy tour – to your home! – as part of a major new charity initiative launched by SA Rugby on Tuesday.