NEWS: Jano Vermaak's dream of getting a Springbok World Cup call-up starts in Cape Town on July 1.
The four South Section teams in the Vodacom Cup quarterfinals will be out for revenge after none of them progressed past the last eight in 2014.
VODACOM CUP WRAP: The Lions and Western Province finished the league phase of the Vodacom Cup unbeaten and will host quarterfinals.
NEWS: Springbok captain Jean de Villiers has described his recovery process from a serious knee injury as a "miracle".
INTERVIEW: The GLRU is "desperate" for a quick solution to their long-standing dispute with former Springbok assistant coach Dick Muir.
Heyneke Meyer has dropped a bombshell in Johannesburg by announcing that Flip van der Merwe has made himself unavailable for international duty.
Brett Gosper has said the three-year residency rule, which allows foreign-born players to be selected for national teams, could be reviewed.
INJURY UPDATE: Springbok captain Jean de Villiers is ahead of schedule on his road to recovery ahead of the World Cup in England.
The Springboks will return to Buenos Aires for the first time in 10 years, when they face Argentina in a special round of matches in preparation for the World Cup.
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