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DA, EFF lack the muscle to keep the ANC in check

And their travails strengthen the scoundrel hand of the anti-Ramaphosa wing of the ruling party

Sports heroes’ memorial an opportunity to unite SA

Springbok captain Jean de Villiers said the deaths of three sporting heroes has united South Africa, as athletes and politicians paid tribute.

Jean de Villiers returns from injury to lead Springboks

Jean de Villiers has recovered from a knee injury is back in the Springbok squad for the Rugby Championship.

Knee injury costs De Villiers Bok training camp spot

Springbok captain Jean de Villiers has been pulled out from several matches due to a knee injury.

All Blacks secure victory over arch rivals Springboks

Securing a 38-27 win, New Zealand retains the Rugby Championship title in their game at Ellis Park on Saturday evening.

Meyer fails to take bullishness by horns

Even if Heyneke Meyer eventually managed to lose his blue-tinted glasses, he has kept his blinkers on.

De Villiers and Strauss declared fit for Boks’ tour

Springbok captain Jean de Villiers and Adriaan Strauss have been declared fit to go on the end of year tour to Ireland, Wales and England.

Boks tie with England in lacklustre performance

England's inbound tour to South Africa drew to a uninspiring close as the teams drew their third and final test 14-14 in Port Elizabeth.

De Villiers aims to make Boks unbeatable

Captain Jean de Villiers says the Boks' victory over England last week is the first step in the process of being unbeatable on South African soil.

Boks beat fierce and physical England

Newly appointed captain Jean de Villiers led from the front to help the Springboks to a 22-17 victory over England in Durban.

De Villiers to lead Boks in England series

National coach Heneke Meyer has confirmed Jean de Villiers as the new Springbok captain to lead South Africa against England in Durban on Saturday.

De Villiers & co issue gale warning

The Stormers captain's quiet authority and top form has boosted the team doing the Super Rugby battle in the antipodes.

Injuries plague Springboks at World Cup

Lock Victor Matfield and centre Jean de Villiers' World Cup dreams are still alive, Springbok team doctor Craig Roberts confirmed on Monday.

De Villiers puts Steyn at the centre of attention

Bok coach Peter de Villiers says he had no choice but to include Francois Steyn in the world champions' midfield for their clash against Wales.

Jean de Villiers on his way back to SA

Jean de Villiers will quit Munster at the end of the season and return home in an attempt to win a place in South Africa's 2011 World Cup squad

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