The Springboks will kick off their 2015 Rugby Championship campaign against Australia in Brisbane on 18 July.
SA should have their best chance yet to win a maiden Rugby Championship title in 2015, writes Rob Houwing
Senior Wallabies continued to back Kurtley Beale despite more revelations about offensive text messages.
Versatile Wallabies back Adam Ashley-Cooper will quit Australia after the 2015 Rugby World Cup to play club rugby in Europe.
Wallabies captain Michael Hooper has said Kurtley Beale should not be sacked and has called for a squad honesty session.
The Wallabies staffer who clashed with Kurtley Beale and sparked a major controversy over team management has quit.
Marcell Coetzee has been pipped only by Richie McCaw to a top stats mantle from the Rugby Championship, writes Rob Houwing.
All Blacks Dan Carter has lost his race to be fit and will miss next week's final Bledisloe Cup match against Australia.
Wallaby Kurtley Beale has been suspended pending a probe into "deeply offensive" text messages he allegedly sent.
Former All Black flyhalf Andrew Mehrtens says Bok flyhalf sensation Handre Pollard can expect teams to "quickly work him out".
In addition to yellow and red cards, has the time come for the introduction of white cards in rugby, asks Herman Mostert.
Jonathan Kaplan has listed his top referee performances in the 2014 Rugby Championship.
The All Blacks have displayed good sportsmanship by congratulating the Springboks on their victory at Ellis Park.
Player ratings featured on a NZ website following the Boks' win over over the All Blacks have drawn the ire of local fans.
Former SA referee Jonathan Kaplan has questioned the decision to award the Springboks a penalty on the back of television replays
Herman Mostert outlines five key lessons learnt from the Springboks’ Rugby Championship campaign.
The Springboks have slashed the gap to New Zealand in the latest IRB world rankings following their win at Ellis Park.
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer has expressed his satisfaction with the depth they have in the scrumhalf position.
Pressure is building on coach Ewen McKenzie after his side's loss to Argentina was labelled as 'ill-disciplined'.
New Zealand media have dismissed the All Blacks' Rugby Championship loss to South Africa as a "minor blip".
New Zealand will seek a new scrumhalf for the northern hemisphere tour after Tawera Kerr-Barlow was ruled out for at least six months.
The Springboks have proved that the gap is closing between them and the world No 1 All Blacks, says former Bok coach Nick Mallett.
Former Springbok great Joost van der Westhuizen made an appearance at Ellis Park on Saturday, inspiring the men in Green and Gold.
The Springboks under Heyneke Meyer will no longer be known as a team with a one dimensional kicking approach.
Former Springbok coach Nick Mallett says the Boks are fortunate to have two top young flyhalves among their ranks.
Rob Houwing has his take on why the Springboks may be tempted to take a largely full-strength squad to Europe.
Springboks captain Jean de Villiers had little doubt that Patrick Lambie could land the kick which helped them beat the All Blacks.
Argentina have dedicated their first Rugby Championship win to Agustin Pichot while Australia fumed over laser-beams.
New Zealand coach Steve Hansen is proud of the way his players fought their way back into contention in their defeat to South Africa
Amid the thrill of victory there was a palpable sense of relief in the South Africa camp following their triumph over New Zealand.
A night that began with a mangled version of the Australian national anthem ended fittingly on a sour note for the Wallabies.