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And the Springbok squad is…
Friday’s announcement of the Springbok World Cup squad can’t come soon enough for Heyneke Meyer. Read full blog
There is no room for sentiment
Heyneke Meyer is going into three of the most critical days of his career as Springbok coach. Read full blog
It's almost showtime
The wheels are starting to turn quickly, the World Cup is coming up fast, and I’m getting into my usual state of organised chaos ahead of an overseas trip. Read full blog
Bulls unleashed, the future looks bright
It was a day or so before the end of Frans Ludeke’s reign as coach of the Vodacom Bulls that I found myself in the Loftus parking lot having a chat with Nollis Marais. Read full blog
Fringe players make a point
The Springboks got the show back on the road and snapped their unwanted four-match losing streak with an assured display against Argentina in Buenos Aires this past Saturday. Read full blog
Faith and confidence have been restored
Both the All Blacks and the Springboks restored some faith and confidence with bounce-back wins. Read full blog
Let’s return to the bigger picture
Many people appear to have misunderstood the point of what became the Springbok mission in Buenos Aires this past weekend. Read full blog
Meyer must dare to be different
South Africa’s performance against Argentina at Growthpoint Kings Park was as bad as I have seen the Springboks play in a long time. Read full blog
Bad science, necessity and arrogance
The reaction to the Springbok defeat at the hands of Argentina at the weekend has reminded me of what went through my mind when Shane Warne was asked to give his tuppence worth. Read full blog
Boks and All Blacks need to improve
The All Blacks loss in Australia wasn’t entirely unexpected, they could only draw there last year. Read full blog
Double-edged sword for Boks
If the Springboks perform poorly against the Pumas it will be a hammer blow, as all the good work done over the first two Rugby Championship tests against Australia and New Zealand would be lost. Read full blog
Cheating is a loaded word
There’s been some really great debate and discussion since last weekend, which helped to fill in the gap in the Rugby Championship. Read full blog
Why I envy Steve Hansen
The All Black success over the past few years – and their ability to snatch victory from defeat last Saturday – truly made me think again about the state of South African rugby. Read full blog
Reason to feel Bok-proud
The Springboks produced a cracking performance against a committed team in the All Blacks at Emirates Airline Park. It was a heart-breaking loss because they played so well for such long periods. Read full blog
Game of inches
Saturday's latest epic in the great continuing saga of All Black-Springbok rugby was decided by the smallest of margins. Read full blog
Du Plessis brothers make a statement
The Springboks have learned the hard way over the past two weekends that at the highest level domination of opponents ends up counting for little if you don’t take your opportunities and if you concede momentum with soft moments in a game. Read full blog
Battle lines drawn at the breakdown
The result in Brisbane this past Saturday was a big disappointment. With 30 seconds remaining on the clock and the ball in the Springboks’ possession, to end up losing the test match was a shocker. Read full blog
Boks are in a good space
There is some justice in the fact that Schalk Burger will become the 55th Springbok captain in the Castle Lager Rugby Championship clash with the All Blacks in Johannesburg on Saturday. Read full blog
I’m no great stickler for stats
There’s a trend for “Best Of the Week” teams being picked purely on statistical data for example, when the numbers simply don’t tell the whole story. Read full blog
Bok oldies are indispensable
Saturday’s loss to the Wallabies was a cruel moment in sport, one of those that draws us in so willingly and leaves us in despair when the result doesn’t go our way. Read full blog
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Brendan Venter
And the Springbok squad is…
Friday’s announcement of the Springbok World Cup squad can’t come soon enough for Heyneke Meyer.

Gavin Rich
There is no room for sentiment
Heyneke Meyer is going into three of the most critical days of his career as Springbok coach.

Tony Johnson
It's almost showtime
The wheels are starting to turn quickly, the World Cup is coming up fast, and I’m getting into my...

Brenden Nel
Bulls unleashed, the future looks bright
It was a day or so before the end of Frans Ludeke’s reign as coach of the Vodacom Bulls that I...