Heyneke Meyer has deviated from his usual selection tactics and made drastic changes to the Springbok rugby squad heading to Europe.
Springboks coach Heyneke Meyer senses his team is getting stronger and will be ready for the challenge against New Zealand next weekend.
Springbok coach has finally got his wish with the return of Du Preez. But for how long?
Luck is on the Springbok coach's side and his confident young team should be more than a match for Scotland
Coach Heyneke Meyer is breaking out of the mould at last, but he has just three weeks to fine-tune the team he has selected.
Even if Heyneke Meyer eventually managed to lose his blue-tinted glasses, he has kept his blinkers on.
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer is counting on the fact that victory, not conservative rugby, will be remembered, writes Andy Capostagno.
It's hard to understand why certain teams give the Boks sleepless nights. Wales have produced plenty of champion sides and yet they have but one win.
Gwede Mantashe was right to say black rugby players are not given the support to perform on the field in the starting 15, writes Lloyd Gedye.
When the Springboks play at the Aviva Stadium against Ireland, it will be three weeks short of exactly 100 years since they first played there.
Gwede Mantashe says the black players Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer has are good enough to play internationally and should be selected for the team.
Despite some odd choices, Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer has chosen a squad that can win all three matches, writes Andy Capostagno.
The Springboks will travel to the Northern Hemisphere with five uncapped players, and without their all-time leading try-scorer, Bryan Habana.
Following a Test match season that failed to ignite for South Africa, the domestic year draws to a close over the next month in schizophrenic fashion.
New Zealand handed out a harsh lesson to Argentina last week and in the process won the inaugural Rugby Championship with a match to spare.
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer's decision to drop Morne Steyn from the national side was long overdue and may herald a bold new era for the team.
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer says it was a difficult decision to drop flyhalf Morne Steyn for their Rugby Championship match against Australia.
Bok coach Heyneke Meyer was left to sweat over his team selection for Saturday's game against Australia with a number of players nursing injuries.
The Lions have been dealt a harsh blow with news that two of their key players will be unavailable for the next two weeks because of Springbok duty.