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Andy Capostagno

Currie Cup caps a big turnaround

Saturday’s game will be a showpiece of young talent, which is likely to become the norm given the exodus of proven players chasing big money

Imagining rugby – beyond 2020

Vested interests must be put aside, and a new cross-border, global approach needs to be adopted.

Will Boks be lambs to the slaughter?

By keeping the ball and focusing our kicking game, we may at least avoid another drubbing

Madness of King Allister must stop

The Bok coach needs to get a grip on his team selections to give us a shot at restoring dignity

Kiwis taunt the Boks

The justifiably self-assured All Blacks need their skills to be put to the test but much depends on the young South African players coming up

Now the Boks face a real Test

Some claim that their five-win run has less to do with their capabilities than with their opponents’ shortcomings

Cheetahs out to draw first Pro14 blood

The once-mighty Currie Cup is bottom of the priority list as the Free Staters look north for glory

The Lions’ long journey to the final

The foundations for this season’s success were laid in 2012

Hurricanes to put Lions to the test

The will to win may well give the Jo’burg men the edge over one of Super Rugby’s strongest sides

Leaner, hungry Lions eye history

The last time they dominated Super Rugby was 20 years ago, but this team is a very different beast

Hockey amateurs stick to their guns

Despite being part-timers, South African players are displaying real character in the World League

It’s the end of rugby life as we know it

Super Rugby has lost the plot, but the 2019 World Cup will usher in a new global game

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