World Rugby’s WXV 2 Returns to South Africa in September

Six of the best women’s teams on the planet will return later this year for the second instalment of WXV 2, after World Rugby announced South Africa among the three host venues for their flagship annual women’s tournaments, on Wednesday, 28 February, 2024. Photo: SA Rugby

Six of the best women’s teams on the planet will return later this year for the second instalment of WXV 2, after World Rugby announced South Africa among the three host venues for their flagship annual women’s tournaments on Wednesday

Lerato Makua Returns for Springbok Women in Friendly Against Rhinos

Lerato Makua will make a welcome return to the Springbok Women team at flanker when they take on the San Clemente Rhinos at False Bay Rugby Club in Cape Town on Tuesday, 19 September 2023. Photo: Women Boks (Twitter/X)

Bulls Daisies’ Lerato Makua will make a welcome return to the Springbok Women team at flanker in their friendly against San Clemente Rhinos today at 16h00 CAT, since being cleared to return to match action after picking up an injury in the Women’s Premier Division final.

SARU Pays Tribute to Sandile Sibeko

SA Rugby President, Mark Alexander, and Springbok Women’s coach, Stanley Raubenheimer, pay tribute to Springbok Women’s and Imbokodo Strength and Conditioning coach, Sandile Sibeko, who passed away on Saturday, 23 January 2021, at the age of 42 years old. Photo: SARU

SA Rugby President, Mark Alexander, and Springbok Women’s coach, Stanley Raubenheimer, extend messages of condolence as Springbok Women’s and Imbokodo Strength and Conditioning coach, Sandile Sibeko passes on.

Latsha: From Khayelitsha to African Trendsetter

Springbok Women’s captain, Babalwa Latsha, inspires and motivates the youth through her groundbreaking achievements. She reflects on her journey from Khayelitsha to being the first contracted 15s rugby player in Africa.

How Rugby Changed Aseza Hele’s Life

2019 SA Rugby Women’s Achiever of the Year, Aseza Hele, believes she is a new person on and off the field due to playing rugby. She chats about how she stumbled across the sport.

Simmers’ Journey to Women’s Boks Success

Springbok Women’s scrumhalf, Mathrin Simmers, is in line to play her way into the national women’s team for the 2021 Rugby World Cup. She chats about her rugby journey after making her debut in 2013.