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Boks target Aussies as stepping stones

The three weeks of the Rugby Championship will set the tone for the two months of World Cup rugby that’s pending in September

Keep your eye on the rugby ball

Who knows what’s up with Super Rugby, and there’s the big question about Mbalula and the World Cup.

More bang for the Boks

The Boks coach has instituted a subtle overhaul of the team, which should pay off in the World Cup.

Hope floats for the Bokke and P Div

It's easy for the Springboks to be dismissed ahead of the World Cup, but what about a surge of support, suggests <b>Nickolaus Bauer</b>.

An injury to one is not an injury to all

More questions than answers about 'injured' Springboks, inexperienced players and the World Cup squad.

It’s a fickle old world

2010 was a year in which the Boks came crashing down to earth after the highs of 2009.

Boks dig deep to beat Wales 29-25

World champions South Africa spoiled a sizzling debut from teenage winger George North to beat Wales 29-25 in a pulsating Test on Saturday.

Wales needs backline to spark against Boks

Stephen Jones and Mike Phillips are under pressure to spark Wales' back division as Warren Gatland's side look for only its second victory over SA.

De Villiers defends game-plan

SA coach Peter de Villiers insisted his side could mount a successful defence of the World Cup with a game-plan based on their traditional strengths.

Stegmann gets Bok call-up

Deon Stegmann will make his Test debut for the Springboks against Ireland in Dublin on Saturday, the SA Rugby Union (Saru) has announced.

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