Thando Manana did not mince his words…
South Africa clung on to seal success in Salta on Saturday night. The game was tetchy, tense and torrid at times with more cards than at Christmas time. Here’s what the interwebz made of it.
From a French fashion faux pas to an outlandish act of colonial provocation, we take you through a bundle of old rags destined to hang forever on sale rails across the world of rugby.
South Africa were too strong for the Pumas in Port Elizabeth as they cruised to a 37-15 victory at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium. And do you know what? Twitter was very pleased indeed.
Johan Ackermann’s men will host the Crusaders in Johannesburg next weekend after edging out their Kiwi rivals. South African Twitter rejoiced, while New Zealand Twitter moaned like hell.
Allister Coetzee’s South Africa overpowered the tourists for the third time in a row at Ellis Park, polishing off a series whitewash with a 35-12 win to tune up for the Rugby Championship.
Allister Coetzee has a new bit of hired help in the shape of the 1995 World Cup-winning centre. Here’s what the interwebz makes of his appointment as ‘defence and exits consultant.’
Allow me to indulge you in a bit of courtroom drama for a minute…
South Africa does not need to go overseas searching for solutions to fix the embattled Boks.
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.
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.
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.
This could spell trouble for the president of SARU, who has come under fire from both sides for his handling of the Jurie Roux saga.
Picture it: Two chinas bonding in the pub. “Jislaaik, boet! It’s the World Cup this Year! We should go!”
If you’re a keen ‘Rugger Boet’ there’s nowhere else you want to be this September/October than field side in England. With the UK having played host to the Olympics 3 years ago there are plenty of options for places to stay.