Frans Malherbe

Mapimpi’s RWC dream in jeopardy?

FRESH TAKE: Makazole Mapimpi’s potential place in SA’s RWC squad may be under the microscope, but it’s got nothing to do with his blunder in Wellington, writes KEBA MOTHOAGAE. READ MORE

Keba Mothoagae

Who to start in Rugby Championship?

The AOR team debates which position in the Bok squad needs the most attention during the Rugby Championship to confirm SA’s best matchday 23 for the World Cup. READ MORE

Big Debate

Wrinkles for Rassie to iron out

FRESH TAKE: The 2018 Rugby Championship has arrived, DAWIE BOONZAAIER looks at five areas that Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus will be keeping a close eye on. READ MORE

Dawie Boonzaaier

Do the Bulls have the balls for Mitchell?

So the quick fix has not worked. And given coach John Mitchell’s demand for more marque players, STEPHEN NELL wonders if the powers that be have the stomach for more. READ MORE

Stephen Nell

Trevor fit for tighthead Test

Trevor Nyakane is on track to make his first start in the Springbok No 3 jersey, SIMNIKIWE XABANISA says the Bulls prop has never been more ready for the challenge. READ MORE

Simnikiwe Xabanisa

Dreyer replaces injured Malherbe

Injured Springbok prop Frans Malherbe has been replaced by Ruan Dreyer, the Lions tighthead prop who made his Springbok debut against France in June. READ MORE

All Out Rugby Staff Writer

Marx better than Bismarck – Solly

ALAN SOLOMONS puts World Rugby on notice that, in Malcolm Marx, South Africa’s fleet of forwards will soon have a juggernaut battleship to rival Bismarck du Plessis’ legacy. READ MORE

Alan Solomons

Marx sparked Bok revival

KEN BORLAND credits hooker Malcolm Marx for lighting the fuse that ignited a physically-dominant performance from the Springboks against France. READ MORE

Ken Borland