- The nation is still riding the high from Saturday's victory at the Rugby World Cup final
- But our guys are still overseas too far away to understand how widespread the joy they have created truly is
- Soon the Bokke will be setting foot on home soil again and the dates for their victory lap have been revealed
Saturday proved to be a historic moment for South Africa as the Springboks secured their spot as Rugby World Cup champions.
Briefly.co.za reported that the win had been celebrated far and wide as the country basked in the glory of the win.
News24 reports that the squad will be coming home on various days during the course of the next week. Coach Rassie Erasmus and captain Siya Kolisi will be among the first to return on Tuesday.
Supporters will be able to catch a glimpse of the athletes and the William Webb Ellis trophy when the Champions Tour kicks off in Gauteng.
Spanning five provinces the tour will conclude in Cape Town with the full details expected to be confirmed soon.
Have a look at the dates for the parade below:
- Thursday, November 7: Pretoria, Johannesburg and Soweto
- Friday, November 8: Durban
- Saturday, November 9: East London
- Sunday, November 10: Port Elizabeth
- Monday, November 11: Cape Town
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