Bafana Bafana are giving fans around the country a reason for hope in troubling times off the pitch, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
A dearth of substantial top-order partnerships continues to limit the Proteas’ potency, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The start to the Super Rugby season has provided few clear-cut answers to the Boks’ flyhalf conundrum, but in Curwin Bosch, SA rugby has a raw gem that needs to be nurtured, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The Bulls’ limp and largely aimless performances of the past 18 months suggest that something is profoundly wrong at the once proud franchise, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Keshav Maharaj’s arrival and Morné Morkel’s return bode well for a Proteas side with grand ambitions, writes JON CARDINELLI.
SA Rugby should be doing everything in its power to dissuade Lions coach Johan Ackermann from taking up an offer to head overseas, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
South African teams need to start beating their New Zealand counterparts on a regular basis for the Springboks to feature in the World Cup-contender conversation, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Imran Tahir would have been a good horses-for-courses inclusion for the third Test against New Zealand. The selectors have opted to bring in Dane Piedt for the third Test at Seddon Park in Hamilton. Two ODIs were played here between the sides in the recently-concluded ODI series, and it proved conducive to spin – something the selectors wouldn’t have expected or… Read more →
South Africa has blown the opportunity to show it is a country capable of staging a major multi-code sporting event, writes GARY LEMKE.
England’s investment in intellect and tradition is at the heart of their record-equalling success, writes JON CARDINELLI.