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COVID-19 Diaries Part 19: Baby formula and virtual coaching

Managing the national lockdown by sharing parental duties at home with his wife, coaching online and getting enough daily exercise is the “new normal” for Springbok assistant coach Mzwandile Stick.

COVID-19 Diaries Part 20: Supporting from the sidelines

For Ashleigh Murray, one of South Africa’s leading female referees, the last few weeks have been a case of home training and supporting her police officer fiancé from the sideline during lockdown.

COVID-19 Diaries Part 18: No rest for the referees

SA Rugby’s Referees’ Department is leaving no stone unturned in its quest to continue producing world-class referees, with conference calls, game analysis and even learning from a cricketing umpire on their agenda during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Quiz: Vodacom Super Rugby (1996-2020)

This year, we are celebrating 25 years of Vodacom Super Rugby. Test your knowledge of this fantastic competition with our latest quiz.

COVID-19 Diaries Part 17: Building and backyard camping?

As a scrumhalf, one would expect Tayla Kinsey to be creative, but this Springbok Women’s player admits she has surprised even herself during lockdown by training with bricks as barbell weights and trying to use a tent to design a kicking net.

Rugby heroes take on gamers in Vodacom Super Cup Series

Vodacom Esports is about to take gaming to the next level as South Africa’s Vodacom Super Rugby stars swop their line drives for hard drives and take on the country’s top gamers in the new Vodacom Super Cup Series in partnership with Mettlestate.

Get to know the Imbokodo – Part One

The Springbok Women's Sevens team were due to contest the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Challenger Series tournament in Stellenbosch last weekend, but instead the Imbokodo found themselves in lockdown, like all other sports teams.

COVID-19 Diaries Part 16: Care for the elderly and frail

Springbok coach Jacques Nienaber is an avid runner, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown in South Africa, he has had to come up with some rather ingenious plans to keep fit, but also to keep working as they prepare for the rest of the season.

COVID-19 Diaries Part 15: “It feels good to help others”

Springbok Women’s No 8 Aseza Hele may not be directly on the frontline in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, but being in the essential services industry, she admits it feels good to help others in these challenging times.

Video: Vodacom Super Rugby Classic Match - 2001 Semi-final

The Cell C Sharks were just too strong for the Cats and won this all-South African Vodacom Super Rugby semi-final by 30-12 in Durban.

Relive: Vodacom Super Rugby Classic Match - 2009 Final

The Vodacom Bulls were in sublime form as they beat the Chiefs by a record score of 61-17 in a rather one-sided Vodacom Super Rugby final in Pretoria in 2009.

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COVID-19 Diaries Part 19: Baby formula and virtual coaching

Managing the national lockdown by sharing parental duties at home with his wife, coaching online and getting enough daily exercise is the “new normal” for Springbok assistant coach Mzwandile Stick.

COVID-19 Diaries Part 20: Supporting from the sidelines

For Ashleigh Murray, one of South Africa’s leading female referees, the last few weeks have been a case of home training and supporting her police officer fiancé from the sideline during lockdown.

COVID-19 Diaries Part 18: No rest for the referees

SA Rugby’s Referees’ Department is leaving no stone unturned in its quest to continue producing world-class referees, with conference calls, game analysis and even learning from a cricketing umpire on their agenda during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Quiz: Vodacom Super Rugby (1996-2020)

This year, we are celebrating 25 years of Vodacom Super Rugby. Test your knowledge of this fantastic competition with our latest quiz.

COVID-19 Diaries Part 17: Building and backyard camping?

As a scrumhalf, one would expect Tayla Kinsey to be creative, but this Springbok Women’s player admits she has surprised even herself during lockdown by training with bricks as barbell weights and trying to use a tent to design a kicking net.