Springbok assistant coach John McFarland believes conditions in the Northern Hemisphere favour the South Africans.
Lawrence Dallaglio has urged England to defeat their November Test rivals and set the tone for their World Cup campaign next year.
2015's Rugby Championship season will start with New Zealand hosting Argentina in Christchurch on Friday 17 July.
Morné Steyn is set to be left out of South Africa's touring squad with Handré Pollard and Pat Lambie to get the nod at ten.
Jake White will return to international coaching as part of the Tonga set-up for the November Tests, serving as a technical advisor.
The International Rugby Board has announced the match official appointments for November, with Craig Joubert given USA v New Zealand....
Stade Français are keen to release Springbok fly-half Morne Steyn from his contract, according to reports in the French media.
Twenty Springboks contracted by SARU will take part in a training camp in Stellenbosch from 20 to 24 October.
Heyneke Meyer described his side's 27-25 win over New Zealand as one of the best matches in which he had been involved.
The All Blacks are undefeated in two years, but Bok captain Jean de Villiers believes his side can beat them in Johannesburg on Saturday....
The Springbok Sevens team have called up one uncapped player, Ruhan Nel, for the Gold Coast Sevens which kicks-off next weekend.
A step-up in big match temperament is all the Springboks need to get that long overdue win against the All Blacks, says Victor Matfield....
Bok wing JP Pietersen proved on Tuesday that he is wise beyond his years when he kept quiet instead of confirming what everybody knows....
Stade Français prop Heinke van der Merwe will be out of action for four months after he tore a tendon in his bicep.
Four years since he last faced the All Blacks, Springbok flanker Schalk Burger is ready to make an impact against them again.
Bok back-row Duane Vermeulen's recovery from injury will be managed this week in the build-up to their Test against New Zealand.
Springbok captain Jean de Villiers says his team's late surge to race past the Wallabies at Newlands on Saturday was no accident.