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Rugby Matters: World champions South Africa must declare war on drugs

Brendan Gallagher examines the underbelly of South African rugby and its vice for PEDs

Wasps flanker Nizaam Carr makes return to South Africa with Bulls

Joining Duane Vermeulen and Josh Strauss at the Bulls in South Africa

David Humphreys in power struggle, as Gloucester braced to lose two South African stars

The Gloucester director of rugby faces challenges to bring in an outside hire to succeed Johan Ackermann as head coach

Will South Africa be able to defend their World Cup title in 2023?

Last year’s Rugby World Cup defied all expectations, as Japan went above and beyond to ensure that it was one that would always stand out. Fans around the world agreed that the competition was a roaring success, and they were even able to get fans to believe that they could have shocked the world and […]

Northampton in advanced talks to sign South African flanker based in France

Former Bulls back row closing in on move to Franklin’s Gardens after two years in France

50 South Africans in the Premiership reflects badly, says Snyman

How South African players have surged past Pacific Islanders as the Premiership’s foremost import

Premiership’s best South African XV: Faf de Klerk misses out

TRP picks a line-up of the all-time best South African players to play in the Premiership

South African lock turns back on Leicester Tigers move

Lions lock Marvin Orie appears to have attracted interest from outside the Premiership

What English rugby can learn from South Africa’s World Cup win

English rugby is almost in crisis after a thrashing at the hands of France in their Six Nations opener, with Eddie Jones’ side eventually going down 24-17 at the Stade de France. South Africa stunned the world with a game of brute force. The final scoreline does not tell the whole story, however, as England […]

Influx of South Africans puts the squeeze of Europe’s Pacific Islanders, warns union chief

Dan Leo points out the shift in recruitment by European clubs from Pacific Islanders in the 80s, 90s and 2000s, to the South Africans

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