The problem is far bigger than the coach…
Yes, really… ITALY.
We are delighted with the response to our campaign calling for the restoration of visa-free travel for South Africans to the UK. Over 8,500 people have signed the petition already and we are close to our first major milestone of 10,000 signatures. We launched in early November to a packed crowd with SABC News covering […]
Here we go again, everyone – Allister Coetzee has named his charges for this weekend’s clash with Italy. Here’s what the interwebz makes of it.
Finally, some good news for South African rugby…
We look at the media backlash after Allister Coetzee’s hapless South Africa were mauled by the English lions in London as their miserable run goes on.
The armchair pundits have their say as South Africa score their first try in 280 minutes of rugby… but are still dominated by the Red Rose at Twickenham.
The British press are getting feisty ahead of the Springboks’ clash against England at Twickenham on Saturday.
It was hit and miss and miss and hit and up and down as the Boks and Barbarians settled for a draw at Wembley.
With the team to face the Baa-Baas at Wembley Stadium on Saturday out in the open, the keyboard warriors have delivered their assessment ahead of the Boks’ first game on tour.
Following the crazy success of the Cape Town 10s, this weekend sees the very first Tshwane 10s hosted at Harlequins Rugby Club in Groenkloof, Pretoria.
The Blue Bulls were mauled by rampant Cheetahs during the Currie Cup final in Bloemfontein. The Cheetahs won 36-16 after leading 18-9 at half-time. Here’s what the good people of the internet had to say.
As the big cheeses of the sport descended on Cape Town to fix everything from Super Rugby to the Springboks, we look at what, if anything, came out of it apart from hot air.
Here are five reasons why watching the Currie Cup Final between the Free State Cheetahs and the Vodacom Bulls may not be as bleh as you think
Like many others, Schalk Burger has added his voice to the concerned chorus about the current “crisis” facing South African rugby. Unlike so many others, Burger actually proposes a few solutions.
Former Springbok Joel Stransky reckons the South African rugby system is broken from the bottom up and won’t change any time soon.
Mains also wants World Rugby to intervene.
The pawpaw and the fan could make friends soon.
Not for sensitive readers.
A centralised system that benefits the national team is one of the main things that’s missing, according to Mallet.
The Springboks have named their side to take on the mighty All Blacks in Durban on Saturday. Here’s what the armchair analysts have to say.
New Zealand scrumhalf Aaron Smith has been hit with a one-match suspension after getting his kit off in an airport bathroom.
Now then, what will Fikile Mbalula have to say about this?