World Rugby reveals details of new global calendar
World Rugby has released details of the post-2019 global calendar, which it says will increase matches between Tier One and Two nations by 39 percent.
How unbeaten England stack up against history
One way to get some perspective on the achievement of Eddie Jones's England in winning 18 straight international matches is to consider the record marks set by other rugby nations.
Super Rugby set to downsize to 16 teams
Cheetahs CEO Harold Verster insists his side will retain their Super Rugby status but that the competition will be reduced from 18 to 16 teams for next season.
South Africa triumph at Las Vegas Sevens
South Africa took the Las Vegas leg of the World Rugby Sevens Series as they beat Fiji in the final to extend their lead at the top of the standings.
South Africa to tighten overseas eligibility rules
SA Rugby has moved to tighten its eligibility rules, meaning Springboks playing overseas with less than 30 caps will not be available for selection from July 1.
SA Rugby needs to take some Stick
While Mzwandile Stick is the only casualty of SA Rugby's coaching review, Kwese Sports' John Goliath argues that there should have been complete clean-out at the top.
Allister Coetzee remains as Springboks coach
The South Africa Rugby Union has announced Allister Coetzee will continue as Springboks coach for 2017 with Cheetahs boss Franco Smith joining his backroom staff.
Stormers' De Allende out for 3 months
Damian de Allende picked up a serious ankle injury in the Stormers 37-24 win over the Bulls in the first round of Super Rugby.
Northampton bring in Springboks No.9 Reinach
Northampton Saints have completed the signing of South Africa scrum-half Cobus Reinach ahead of next season.
Joost a hero twice over in one extraordinary life
The Springbok legend leaves a legacy on and off the field, from an era-defining tackle on Jonah Lomu, to his fight against Motor Neurone Disease and his J9 Foundation.
Van der Westhuizen remains critical
World Cup winner Joost van der Westhuizen remains in a critical condition in hospital.
Springbok great Joost Van Der Westhuizen in critical condition
Former South Africa captain Joost van der Westhuizen is in a critical condition in hospital as he continues to fight Motor Neurone Disease
Bryan Habana extends Toulon stay
South Africa star Bryan Habana has signed a new one-year deal with Toulon.
SARU plans to make 'significant changes' next week
The South Africa Rugby Union will announce the results of its review into the Springboks' abject 2016 next week.
Lions flanker Tecklenburg leaves rugby for farming
Lions flanker Warwick Tecklenburg has retired from rugby with immediate effect to focus on his family's farming business.
Munster optimistic over extending Taute stay
Munster are optimistic they will get permission from the Irish Rugby Football Union to extend Jaco Taute's deal.
2016 in numbers: From a lack of drop-goals to the 110-year wait
It was the year of Eddie's England, of the Irish in Chicago and all of the All Blacks continuing to win, most of the time anyway. This was 2016, by the numbers....
Racing 92 announce Goosen's shock retirement
Racing 92 have announced the shock retirement of Springbok playmaker Johan Goosen at the age of 24.
Worcester seek compensation for Hougaard injury
Worcester Warriors are seeking compensation for the injury Springboks star Francois Hougaard suffered while on international duty.
Craig Joubert retires from refereeing 15s
Craig Joubert has retired from refereeing 15s to take up a mentorship and talent identification role at World Rugby.
Pollard should be fit for Super Rugby start
Springboks fly-half Handre Pollard should be fit for the start of the 2017 Super Rugby season.
What happened next to the teams who went a year unbeaten?
England have gone the year unbeaten, something only achieved four times in the professional era. But what happened next to the other teams who went unbeaten?
Springboks need 'open and honest' debate - Habana
Bryan Habana has called for "open and honest discussions" between the key stakeholders of South African rugby as they attempt to restore pride in the Springboks jersey.
Boks fall to sixth in latest World Rugby rankings
South Africa have dropped to their lowest ever placing in the World Rugby rankings after a dismal 2016.
The rugby power rankings
With just England's match against Australia to come, we give our take on the true order of world rugby, ranking the Rugby Championship and Six Nations sides as 2016's rugby calendar nears its end
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