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# South Africa

'I feel sorry for Farrell a little bit in terms of what he’s picking from compared to Rassie'
Last week
16th June 2024 - 22nd June 2024
South Africa too strong for Wales in first Test since World Cup triumph
Here's the Irish rugby lineup that will take on South Africa this summer
JGP and Conan miss tour as Ireland include 3 uncapped players
Sam Prendergast, Jamie Osborne, and Cormac Izuchukwu have been included by Andy Farrell.
This month
June 2024
A taste of what's to come - Ireland's spicy series with Springboks looms
South Africa president Cyril Ramaphosa re-elected as his ANC party strikes late coalition deal
Conan and Ringrose to travel with Leinster to South Africa
Spain to join South Africa's ICJ case against Israel
South Africa's ANC having 'talks about talks' in effort to form coalition after losing majority
Last month
May 2024
South Africans turn out to vote as ANC party rule in balance
Munster set to sign South African flyer Thaakir Abrahams
Top UN court to rule on South Africa's Gaza ceasefire bid
'Israel must be stopped': South Africa urges UN court to order military withdrawal from Gaza
Rescuers search for workers still alive after apartment building collapse in South Africa
This year
Boosted by returning big guns, Munster had a brilliant tour of South Africa
Graham Rowntree’s men flew home with a maximum 10 points.
Fianna Fáil MEP accuses Ursula von der Leyen of ‘silence’ on genocide case against Israel
Bus plunges off bridge in South Africa, kills 45 passengers
'It has to stop': Ireland will intervene in South Africa's genocide case against Israel
Murphy proud that Ulster 'stayed in the fight' in humid South Africa
President Higgins discusses ICJ case against Israel in phone call with South Africa president
South Africa to face Wales at Twickenham before Ireland games this summer
ICJ rejects South Africa's request to put more legal pressure on Israel over Gaza
Israel responds to South African ICJ request for new orders, calling it 'peculiar and improper'
Rassie Erasmus hospitalised with chemical burns in freak accident
UN Security Council to meet after ICJ ruling on South Africa's case against Israel
ICJ makes orders against Israel, agrees to hear South Africa's Gaza genocide case
The ICJ makes its initial ruling in the Israel genocide case today - what's likely to happen?
South Africa has accused Israel of violating the Genocide Convention during its military campaign in Gaza.
Opposition rounds on govt's 'dithering' on South African genocide case against Israel
South African police arrest man after he tells inquiry he started a deadly fire to hide murder
Irish MEPs say Ireland should have supported South Africa's genocide case against Israel
Irish lawyer tells Hague that Gaza is 'first genocide in history' being broadcast in 'real-time'
South Africa begins genocide case against Israel at The Hague
South Africa argues that Israel is breaking its commitments under the UN Genocide Convention.
Genocide: South Africa's case against Israel at the International Court of Justice
Sinn Féin, Labour, PBP and SocDems call on Govt to join genocide case against Israel in ICJ
The government has been accused of making a “shameful political calculation” not to join the case out of deference to Washington and the US.
Varadkar rules out joining South African genocide case against Israel in UN Court
Irish senators call on Government to join South Africa's genocide case against Israel
Pistorius to be released this Friday after serving nearly 10 years for girlfriend's murder
Pistorius to be released this Friday after serving nearly 10 years for girlfriend's murder
Last year
'The bombs keep falling on us': Gazans desperate for war to end as Israel presses offensive
The Israeli army is keeping up its campaign across the length of the Gaza Strip in the face of mounting international pushback.
Richard Boyd Barrett defends remarks labelling Israel a ‘filthy, racist regime’