Wales suffer Halfpenny blow
Leigh Halfpenny has been ruled out of Wales' final autumn international against South Africa after failing to recover from concussion.
Kolisi escapes sanction for 'headbutt'
South Africa captain Siya Kolisi has been cleared to play against Wales this weekend after escaping sanction for an apparent headbutt on Scotland's Peter Horne.
Boks brace for tour's 'most difficult opponent'
Wales will represent South Africa's "most difficult opponent" of the November Tests on Saturday, says Rassie Erasmus.
Matfield leads shortlist for Bulls coach
Springboks and Blue Bulls legend Victor Matfield was announced on a shortlist of candidates for the role of the Bulls Super Rugby head coach on Monday.
Erasmus hails Boks' maturity in Murrayfield win
Rassie Erasmus has credited the Springboks' improved poise in tight matches for their 26-20 victory over Scotland.
Wallabies win, but Dublin classic highlights class gap
Ireland's historic win over the All Blacks was a magic moment for rugby, but highlighted just how large the gap is between Australia and those who actually know how to play the game.
Springboks get smart to shut down flying Scots
Just as Scotland were showing why they are one of the most entertaining sides in world rugby, South Africa shut them down to show why they are one of the world's best.
South Africa v Scotland - Springboks win entertaining clash at Murrayfield
Fly-half Handre Pollard scored 18 points to provide the platform for a narrow 26-20 win for South Africa over hosts Scotland in their Test match at Murrayfield on Saturday.
Springboks 'most physical team in world' - McInally
Scotland vice-captain Stuart McInally says South Africa are "the most physical team in world rugby" ahead of the Springboks' visit to Murrayfield on Saturday.
November Test Predictions - Round 3: Ireland to show who's No.1?
Can Scotland build on their home run against South Africa? And will England's second-string side impress against Japan? ESPN assesses the biggest talking points and players to watch.
Springboks make six changes for Scotland
Embrose Papier makes his starting Test debut while Duane Vermeulen replaces Warren Whiteley as Springboks coach Rassie Erasmus makes six changes to his starting side.
Why Franco Mostert is so important to the Boks
One of South Africa's more understated players, Franco Mostert, seems to bring a calmness to the Springboks' lineout thanks to his calling and skill in the air.
Faf de Klerk released to play for Sale
South Africa have released first choice scrumhalf Faf de Klerk to play for his club Sale Sharks this weekend, allowing him to miss Saturday's test against Scotland at Murrayfield, officials confirmed on Tuesday.
Etzebeth back, Whiteley questionable for Boks
South Africa will have Eben Etzebeth back in contention for Saturday's November international against Scotland at Murrayfield, but could be without number eight Warren Whiteley.
Genia urges fans to stick with Wallabies
Wallabies halfback Will Genia admits nothing less than a convincing Test victory will suffice against European minnows Italy on Saturday.
Hansen open to having chat to Schmidt about NZ job
New Zealand coach Steve Hansen is willing to sit down and have a chat to Ireland's Joe Schmidt about the pressures of the All Blacks job if he is serious about applying for it.
Late TMO call denies England a famous win over All Blacks
New Zealand recovered from 15-0 down after 25 minutes to beat England 16-15 in a thunderous test at Twickenham on Saturday.
Boks must be braver with ball in hand - Williams
South Africa have been too conservative in the opposition half in their past two matches, Springboks legend Chester Williams tells KweséESPN
November Tests predictions - Round 2: England to fall short?
Can Warren Gatland's Wales finally beat Australia? And is Italy-Georgia the match of the weekend? ESPN assesses the biggest talking points and players to watch.
Le Roux, de Klerk, Mostert back for Boks
The trio of European-based players, who were unavailable to play England at Twickenham because the match fell outside the Test window, are the only changes to the run-on team to play France.
Power rankings: Rugby's best spines this November
Rugby is a team game, yet there are certain positions across the backs and forwards that have great influence over a team's success. We've looked at the spines for each of top 10 nations this November, rating them against their world rankings.
Owen Farrell tackle decision an 'absolute disgrace'
How was no action taken against Owen Farrell for his terrible tackle on Andre Esterhuizen? The decision not to penalise, or cite, is a disgrace -- Craig Dowd writes.
World Rugby aware of Erasmus video
The governing body has refused to comment about the video in which Springboks coach Rassie Erasmus shows André Esterhuizen how to tackle without using his arms.
Etzebeth may be fit to face France
Springboks' lock Eben Etzebeth is back in contention after the ankle injury he suffered against England turned out to be less serious than initially thought.
Rassie needs to rethink Boks' bench strategy
The use of Springboks' bench has come in for a lot of scrutiny over the last month following narrow defeats by the All Blacks in Pretoria and England at Twickenham on Saturday. It's something Rassie Erasmus needs to get right before next year's World Cup.
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