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Rugby World Cup 2019 is set to kick off in September and the early signs point to a memorable tournament. Japanese fans have set the tone as a video showed a group of over 400 people singing the South African national anthem.
Springbok star Aphiwe Dyantyi is facing doping charges after failing a test which revealed numerous banned substances in his system.
Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus named the 31 players that will form the squad for the rugby world cup in Japan. Two huge talking points are the inclusion of former captain Eben Etzebeth and the omission of Aphiwe Dyantyi.
On Monday, the names of the 31 players who made the Springbok squad for the Rugby World Cup were revealed. Siya Kolisi was once again named the captain. #StrongerTogether.
Springbok player Eben Etzebeth has denied claims that he assaulted a man in Langebaan. Posts have surfaced online which claim the rugby player hit the man and police confirmed a case of assault has been opened.
Actress and media personality, Minnie Dlamini-Jones, recently had the honour of being the Springboks’ flag-bearer at their most recent game. The boks played against Australia and won 35-17.