A unique evening where the former Blitzboks captains share their memories of 20 years of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series and how they established those values and culture will be held inside Cape Town Stadium, bringing you closer to the history, traditions and emotions of leading the Blitzboks on the world stage than ever before.
Rassie Erasmus and Siya Kolisi capped a brilliant year for the Springboks by walking away with two coveted SA Sport Awards in Durban on Sunday evening, a week after they won the Rugby World Cup and cleaned up at the World Rugby Awards in Japan.
“Humbled and over-awed” – that was the reaction of Springbok captain Siya Kolisi when the newly-crowned Rugby World Cup champions were welcomed back to South Africa by thousands of supporters, government officials and a huge media contingent at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg on Tuesday evening.
A stellar year for the Springboks was triumphantly crowned on Sunday evening when the team collected the three top awards in the World Rugby Awards at a glittering event in Tokyo.
Fit-again wing Cheslin Kolbe returns to the Springbok team in the only change to the match 23 for Saturday’s Rugby World Cup final against England at Yokohama International Stadium (kick off 11h00 SA time).
Cape Town has been named by World Rugby as host venue for the 2022 Rugby World Cup Sevens.
Additional tickets to South Africa's best live sporting event, the HSBC Cape Town Sevens, will be available on general sale through Computicket (website and outlets) from 09h00 on Monday morning, 28 October.