There’s more where Mapimpi, Kolisi and Am came from

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There’s more where Mapimpi, Kolisi and Am came from

That some franchises have to be reminded to transform spits in the face of the spade work black players put in

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On November 2, a black Springbok captain in Siyamthanda Kolisi lifted the William Webb-Ellis Cup on a night of delirious mayhem in Tokyo.

It was a morning of joy in South Africa, 12 years on from a cold but unforgettable night in Paris, where the Boks celebrated another Rugby World Cup.

In the space of 25 years and seven editions, South Africa has stolen a march on European nations and Australia, who had a two-tournament head start while New Zealand was unexpectedly reeled in...

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