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Boks beat England to win series

The Springboks clinched the series with a 23-12 victory over England in the second Test at Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein on Saturday.

Tendai Mtawarira to hit 100 caps

Tendai Mtawarira will make his 100th Test appearance for South Africa in Bloemfontein on Saturday in the key second Test against England.

Blitzboks retain series title after Paris Sevens triumph

South Africa were crowned World Rugby's 2017/18 Sevens Series champions after beating England in the Paris Sevens Final on Sunday.

Trevor Nyakane withdraws from Springbok squad

Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus has reduced his squad to 35 players for the last two matches of their three-Test series against England.

Boks fight back to stun England

South Africa came from 21 points behind to secure an excellent 42-39 triumph over England in a thrilling game at Ellis Park in Johannesburg.

Boks name side to face England

S'busiso Nkosi, Aphiwe Dyantyi and RG Snyman will make their Bok debuts on Saturday when South Africa face England in Johannesburg.

Boks fall to Wales in Washington

Wales secured a 22-20 victory over South Africa in their international game played at Robert F Kennedy Stadium in Washington on Saturday.

Du Toit captains new-look Boks

Pieter-Steph du Toit will lead a young Springbok XV featuring seven uncapped players in the starting line-up against Wales on Saturday.

Season over for Smit

The Bulls have been dealt a setback with the news that Roelof Smit suffered a season-ending injury against the Brumbies last weekend.

Siya Kolisi to lead Boks against England

Siya Kolisi will lead the Springboks against England next month while Pieter Steph-du Toit will captain the side against Wales on Saturday.

Ruan Botha suspended for four weeks

Sharks second-row Ruan Botha has been banned for four weeks after he was found guilty of foul play in Friday's encounter with the Jaguares.
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