The Springboks will be looking to secure top spot in Pool B and a place in the World Cup quarter-finals when they face the USA on Wednesday.
Springbok captain Fourie du Preez has described the pressure on his team over the past two weeks as the greatest of his career.
South Africa took a giant step towards the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals on Saturday with a comprehensive 34-16 victory over Scotland in...
Bok number eight Duane Vermeulen says his team still have their "backs against the wall" ahead of Saturday's clash against Scotland.
Scotland lock Richie Gray will not underestimate South Africa ahead of their highly anticipated Pool B fixture at St. James' Park on...
South African coach Heyneke Meyer has defended his rotation policy, which often sees players swapping in and out of the side.
Bok lock Lood de Jager expects a tougher challenge from Scotland on Saturday than he did on his debut against them in 2014.
South Africa head coach Heyneke Meyer has named his team for the Pool B match against Scotland on Saturday.
Springbok Sevens scrum-half Branco du Preez has undergone corrective surgery and will miss the rest of the year because of the injury....
The Boks face a captaincy dilemma following the news that lock Victor Matfield is an injury doubt ahead of their game against Scotland....
Schalk Brits harped on the importance of South Africa's clash against Scotland on Saturday, indicating it is a must win for the team....
Springbok captain Jean de Villiers has been ruled out of the remainder of the Rugby World Cup after suffering a fracture to his jaw.
South Africa are sweating over the fitness of Jean de Villiers, who will require an X-ray after injuring his jaw against Samoa.
Samoa have never beaten South Africa. But neither had Japan. The Springboks will be playing for their RWC lives in Birmingham.
South Africa have made ten changes to their starting XV for Saturday's crucial World Cup showdown with Samoa in Birmingham.
Bryan Habana is expecting a huge physical battle against Samoa as South Africa try to get their World Cup campaign back on track.
Rugby World Cup bosses have clarified the role of TMOs following several incidents during the tournament's opening round of games.