- First test : 1994
- Wiki page : View page
- Number of teams (est) : 100
- Website : View page
- Results : View result history
Relative newcomers to the international game, South Africa played their first test game in 2004. They have since competed in two World Cups – in 2006 and 2010 – and often appear at the Nations Cups. To qualify for the 2014 World Cup South Africa will be part of a qualification tournament for the first time with the burgeoning Elgon Cup in 2013, involving Kenya and Uganda, used to determine their play-off opponent. South Africa are also active in the Sevens game and competed at the 2009 Sevens World Cup.
- Thursday October 10th 2019read more
The biggest ever African Championship takes place in Monastir, Tunisia this weekend with places...
- Saturday October 05th 2019read more
Scotland recorded a 38-15 win against South Africa at the City Park Stadium in Cape Town on...
- Monday September 30th 2019read more
Scotland’s first overseas tour for 14 years began with an impressive 47-5 victory over South...
- Sunday September 22nd 2019read more
Spain completed their three-match South African tour with a 29-12 test-match win against the...
- Saturday September 14th 2019read more
Spain have won the opening game of their three-match South African tour.
- Saturday August 17th 2019read more
After taking the decision to sit out the 2017 World Cup, South Africa will return to world stage...
- Tuesday August 13th 2019read more
In a match-up reminicent of the Lion King, Lionesses will take on Spingboks on Friday to decide...
- Friday August 09th 2019read more
Decisive wins by Kenya and South Africa sets up a two-horse race for World Cup qualification....