Yeah it’s the weekend!
The BOKKE of course! The Springboks take on Fiji on Saturday at 8:00 am!
Springboks are still wary of Fiji threat
WELLINGTON, 16 Sept. – Fiji will have the chance to rewrite the ending of their last encounter with South Africa at a Rugby World Cup when the two sides meet again in Pool D of RWC 2011 at Wellington Regional Stadium on Saturday, 17 September.
“Momentarily tense” is how the 37-20 quarter-final victory by the Springboks four years ago in Marseille is now described by South Africa’s media management, but their players involved still shudder when they recall how close Fiji came to tipping them out of the World Cup tournament that they went on to win.
Nine of South Africa’s starting XV this time around played in that match, which guarantees there will be no complacency on South Africa’s part when the two sides meet in Wellington.
One round in to the 2011 tournament and South Africa already have injury concerns, losing centres Butch James (hip flexor) and Jean de Villiers (rib cartilage), plus wing Bryan Habana (knee tendon) and second row Victor Matfield (hamstring). Second row Johann Muller also lost his place on the bench on Friday after a hamstring injury failed to clear up.
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Dance: Waiting for the rain
Choreographed by Mziyanda Mancam, Ina Wichterich-Mogane and Jacqueline Manyaapelo, Waiting for Rain features Jazzart's trademark fusion of contemporary dance genres performed with their celebrated mix of athleticism and technical prowess.