The International Rugby Board have embarked on a major rebranding programme and will become World Rugby from November 19.
Heyneke Meyer was pleased with the Boks' 13-6 win over Argentina in conditions that captain Jean de Villiers had never played in before....
Saturday's second match kicking off the 2014 Rugby Championship takes place in Pretoria as South Africa host Argentina on Saturday.
If the pressure of making his Bok debut isn't enough, centre Damien de Allende will have to do so playing in an unfamiliar position.
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer did not speak with much conviction about his decision to select Ruan Pienaar at scrum-half for Saturday....
Springbok forwards coach Johan van Graan expects an open encounter against Argentina in the Rugby Championship this weekend.
Following in the footsteps of Fourie du Preez, Cobus Reinach has what it takes to become a great Springbok scrum-half.
South Africa breakdown coach Richie Gray believes the tackle area battle is set to lift in intensity again in the Rugby Championship....
Bok captain Jean de Villiers is looking to end a two-year drought against New Zealand in the Rugby Championship which starts next week....
Serge Blanco is set to start a radical overhaul of the French squad according to reports, starting by blocking the call-up of Rory Kockott....
Experienced international forward Juan Smith has been drafted into the Springboks' squad preparing for Rugby Championship.
Round two of 2014's Women's World Cup saw Ireland beat New Zealand, who lost a first RWC game since 1991 as they went down 17-14.
Springbok second-row Victor Matfield will miss the Springboks' Test against Argentina in Pretoria on August 16 due to injury.
Lock Eben Etzebeth and prop Frans Malherbe, have been released from the Springbok squad to play for WP in the Currie Cup on Friday.
South Africa coach Heyneke Meyer has ruled out captain Jean de Villiers moving to number 13 in the Rugby Championship and beyond.
Bok coach Heyneke Meyer expects a tough challenge when they start their campaign against Argentina in Pretoria on August 16.
South African Women's captain Mandisa Williams has been banned for 16 weeks after being found guilty of eye gouging.