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Zim rugby team off the streets

The Sables along with their coach refused to stay in the booked accommodation in Tunisia because it was reportedly in disgusting condition

De Villiers: Bok team ‘too white’, dividing SA

Former Springbok coach Peter de Villiers says by making the national team too white, black South Africans were being alienated from the sport.

De Villiers takes on Western Cape varsity rugby post

Former Springbok coach Peter de Villiers will take up a new post as director of rugby at the University of the Western Cape.

New Springbok coach has his work cut out for him

The newly appointed Bok coach must be ready to face a myriad of hurdles in the country's most important coaching role.

Stormers coach looks at new opportunities

Rassie Erasmus will consider a number of possible options after resigning as senior professional coach of the Stormers.

SA rugby can expect a topsy turvy 2012

SA will get a new coach, captain, stars and possibly style in 2012 as they make a fresh start after surrendering the Rugby World Cup trophy.

All eyes on Bok top job

Appointing a new coach for the Springboks will be a top priority for the Saru while they re-evaluate the implementation of the quota system.

Peter de Villiers makes Springbok coach shortlist

Despite the Springboks' knock out from the World Cup this year, Peter de Villiers has made the Saru shortlist of potential Bok coach candidates.

Whistles, Wallabies and Wales

Whether or not the ref helped Australia against South Africa, the Wallabies could now upset the All Blacks and face the resurgent Welsh in the final.

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