World Cup winners Faf de Klerk and Cheslin Kolbe will both miss South Africa's autumn Tests in Britain through injury.
South Africa national rugby union team
National sports team
The South Africa national rugby union team, commonly known as the Springboks, is the country's national team governed by the South African Rugby Union. The Springboks play in gold and green jerseys with white shorts, and their emblem is the native antelope springbok. The team has been representing South Africa in international rugby union since 30 July 1891, when they played their first test match against a British Isles touring team.