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Habana confirms Toulon move


After news broke earlier in the week that Springbok and Stormers wing, Bryan Habana is negotiating with French club Toulon, the winger confirmed that he has signed a pre-contract agreement.

Execution over innovation


It is a term one of the most successful coaches of Springbok rugby used on the magazine show Boots & All last night to describe Heyneke Meyer and our current Springbok playing style.

Habs gets top honours


Springbok winger Bryan Habana was on Thursday named South African Rugby Player of the Year for the third time, while DHL Western Province picked up a brace of awards as their Absa Currie Cup and Vodacom Cup success was recognised at a glittering ceremony at the Cape Town International Airport. The Sharks also scored off the field, with three awards heading to Durban.

Habs at 13 for Stormers


Coach Allister Coetzee today named his team to take on the Reds on Friday night at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, in the teams’ third tour match.

Habana starts at 13 for Stormers


Bryan Habana has been selected at outside center for the DHL Stormers when they take on the Hurricanes in their opening fixture on Saturday.

Habana at 13 for Canes?


DHL Stormers coach might look to spring a surprise for this weekend’s opening game against the Hurricanes at Newlands.

Habana signs for WP


Springbok Bryan Habana has signed to stay at Western Province for another three years, turning down more lucrative offers from abroad.

Stats favour Habana over Basson


Bjorn Basson will come to Newlands this week with two personal goals: to improve on the Bulls try-scoring record he jointly holds with Bryan Habana and to stake his claim for the Springbok No 11 jersey.

Habana, Jean out, Jantjes back


DHL Stormers coach, Allister Coetzee, were forced to make some changes to his team following some injuries.

Coetzee hits out at media over Habana


DHL Stormers coach Allister Coetzee lashed out at the media on Saturday when asked about the out-of-form Bryan Habana.

Habana ruled out


Bryan Habana was forced out of the Springbok tour of Britain and Ireland on Tuesday because of a hand injury.

Habana’s defense exposed


It has not been the prettiest of years for the Springboks.  They have conceded a record number of tries this year and their defense has been questioned numerous times, but what is more worrying, is the fact that one of our most celebrated players have been the one seemingly left wanting.

Habs is back


Bryan Habana may have been jeered by Springbok supporters this year, but his team-mates never doubted his ability as a rugby player.

Habs one of the best


Bryan Habana is probably going through the worst dip in form of his career but not everyone believes the Bok win should be discarded, at least not the Aussies.

We let ourselves down


The lights were on but no-one was at home!

Boks for Bafana


Here are some quotes from Bok management and players in support of our National Soccer team who will kick off the Soccer World Cup this Friday when they take on Mexico.

Combo’s and Super 14 form were deciding factors


The form of the Vodacom Bulls and the Vodacom Stormers during the 2010 Super 14 is reflected in the selection of the Springbok team to face Six Nations champions France in a one-off encounter at Newlands in Cape Town on Saturday.

Flip set for Bok debut


Springbok coach Peter de Villiers has selected his strongest available team for Saturday’s Test against France at Newlands.

Habana to meet his match


No-one is happier than Gerhard van den Heever that the Bulls are playing the Stormers in the Super 14 final at the Orlando Stadium in Soweto on Saturday.

Habs out, Joe back on Stormers bench


Bryan Habana won’t be rushed back which sees Tim Whitehead getting a starting spot on the left wing for the Stormers clash against the Sharks this Saturday in Durban.

Habs to miss Sharks clash


Tim Whitehead is likely to start at wing for the Stormers in Saturday’s Super 14 derby against the Sharks in Durban.

Habana doubtful for Sharks


A place in the semi-finals and maybe even home ground advantage will be up for grabs when the Stormers travel to Durban this weekend for their Super 14 derby clash with the Sharks.

It is not about Bryan


The individual is never big in the Stormers team, says Bryan Habana, and he has been very impressed with the Stormers “collective” in the last 11 weeks.

Stepping out of Habana’s “Shadow”


Bryan Habana is not irreplaceable after all.

You ain’t seen nothing yet…


Stormers superstar Bryan Habana may have scored two tries for his new team in last week’s Super 14 victory over the Waratahs but he says he is “not where I want to be” just yet.

Hab’s ready to rock


Bryan Habana is looking forward to wearing the colours of the Stormers for the first time in Saturday’s Neo Africa Tri-Series match against Western Force, but he will delay any nerves until the opening Super 14 match against the Lions in Johannesburg on February 13.

Bok duo reports for Stormers duty


Two of world rugby’s ‘galacticos’ showed up for their first day of training with the Stormers on Monday, but coach Allister Coetzee immediately made it clear that a superstar culture is not the path forward for the Cape franchise.

Habs is the man!


Springbok wing Bryan Habana is South Africa’s favourite sports star, beating the likes of Makhaya Ntini, Teko Modise, Graeme Smith and Morné Steyn to the number one spot in 2009.

Habana cleared of foul play


Springbok wing Bryan Habana has been cleared of committing an act of foul play by the IRB’s Judicial Officer Professor Lorne Crerar – reportedly after it was revealed that the citing itself had not been made within the necessary time period.

Boks will leave legacy behind


The Leicester defeat was a shock, but our top Boks are determined to leave a winning legacy behind.

Habana on his move to WP


Bryan Habana chatted to Rob Houwing from News24 on is recent move down to Cape Town and what he expects.

Habana looking good, Chiliboy doubtful


Western Province bound Bryan Habana looks set to achieve his one remaining goal at the Blue Bulls.