|Union||South African Rugby Union|
|Head coach||Lawrence Sephaka|
|World Rugby ranking|
|Current||13 (as of 23 November 2020)|
| South Africa 5–8 Wales |
( Port Elizabeth, South Africa 29 May 2004)
| South Africa 38–0 Kazakhstan |
( Al Ain, Dubai 10 April 2010)
| England 101–0 South Africa |
( Surrey, England 14 May 2005)
|Appearances||3 (First in 2006)|
|Best result||10th place, 2010, 2014|
The South Africa women's national rugby union team are a national sporting side of South Africa, representing them in the rugby union. The side first played in 2004.
South Africa have appeared in three World Cups since their debut in the 2006 Women's Rugby World Cup, and are currently ranked 15 in the world.
Squad to 2014 Women's Rugby World Cup:
|Player||Position||Date of Birth||Caps||Club|
|Thantaswa Macingwana||Hooker||13 January 1994||Border Bulldogs|
|Denita Wentzel||Hooker||31 March 1990||Western Province|
|Portia Jonga||Prop||4 November 1988||Eastern Province|
|Cebisa Kula||Prop||19 May 1981||Eastern Province|
|Nwabisa Faith Ngxatu||Prop||25 October 1983||Border Bulldogs|
|Asithandile Ntoyanto||Prop||6 May 1991||Border Bulldogs|
|Celeste Aneurin Adonis||Lock||7 June 1992||Western Province|
|Nolusindiso Booi||Lock||29 June 1985||Border Bulldogs|
|Nomathamsanqa Yolanda Faleni||Lock||3 March 1985||Eastern Province|
|Rachelle Geldenhuys||Flanker||20 January 1987||Blue Bulls|
|Lamla Momoti||Flanker||27 March 1985||Border Bulldogs|
|Vuyolwethu Vazi||Flanker||11 July 1987||Blue Bulls|
|Shona-Leah Weston||Number 8||25 November 1991||Blue Bulls|
|Mandisa Williams||Number 8||8 November 1984||Border Bulldogs|
|Tayla Kinsey||Scrum-half||5 September 1993||KwaZulu-Natal|
|Fundiswa Plaatjie||Scrum-half||4 December 1985||Border Bulldogs|
|Siphosethu Tshingana||Scrum-half||12 October 1987||Eastern Province|
|Zenay Jordaan||Fly-half||4 April 1991||Border Bulldogs|
|Lorinda Brown||Centre||16 December 1983||Eastern Province|
|Bella Benele Makwezela||Centre||16 January 1986||Western Province|
|Ziyanda Tywaleni||Centre||26 November 1987||Border Bulldogs|
|Phumeza Gadu||Wing||21 June 1985||Eastern Province|
|Veroeshka Jasmine Grain||Wing||11 December 1990||Western Province|
|Sinazo Nobele||Wing||5 October 1988||Blue Bulls|
|Siviwe Basweni||Fullback||17 October 1990||Border Bulldogs|
|Cindy Cant||Fullback||9 October 1982||Blue Bulls|
Full internationals only. Last updated 25 November 2018
See List of women's international rugby union test matches for information about the status of international games and match numbering.
|2004-05-29||South Africa||5–8||Wales||Adcock Stadium, Port Elizabeth||[1/86/1]|
|2004-06-05||South Africa||15–16||Wales||Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria||[2/87/2]|
|2005-04-30||Wales||9–24||South Africa||Ebbw Vale||[93/3/3]|
|2005-05-14||England||101–0||South Africa||Imber Court, London||[112/4/1]|
|2006-06-17||South Africa||35–0||Netherlands||Port Elizabeth||[5/76/1]|
|2006-08-31 (WC)||Australia||68–12||South Africa||Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton||[18/7/1]|
|2006-09-04 (WC)||England||74–8||South Africa||Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton||[121/8/2]|
|2006-09-08 (WC)||Ireland||37–0||South Africa||Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton||[77/9/1]|
|2006-09-12 (WC)||Samoa||43–10||South Africa||St. Albert Rugby Park, St. Albert||[12/10/1]|
|2006-09-16 (WC)||Kazakhstan||36–0||South Africa||Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton||[37/11/1]|
|2009-08-10 (NC)||France||17–17||South Africa||Oakville||[135/12/1]|
|2009-08-13 (NC)||Canada||35–17||South Africa||Oakville||[70/13/1]|
|2009-08-16 (NC)||South Africa||0–39||United States||Oakville||[14/88/1]|
|2009-08-19 (NC)||England||25–0||South Africa||Oakville||[154/15/2]|
|2010-04-08||Kazakhstan||17–22||South Africa||Al Ain, Dubai||[44/16/2]|
|2010-04-10||Kazakhstan||0–38||South Africa||Al Ain, Dubai||[45/17/3]|
|2010-08-20 (WC)||New Zealand||55–3||South Africa||Surrey Sports Park, Guildford||[54/20/1]|
|2010-08-24 (WC)||South Africa||15–10||Wales||Surrey Sports Park, Guildford||[21/133/4]|
|2010-08-28 (WC)||Australia||62–0||South Africa||Surrey Sports Park, Guildford||[30/22/2]|
|2010-09-01 (WC)||South Africa||25–10||Kazakhstan||Surrey Sports Park, Guildford||[23/49/4]|
|2010-09-05 (WC)||South Africa||17–29||Wales||Surrey Sports Park, Guildford||[24/136/5]|
|2011-08-02 (NC)||Canada||52–17||South Africa||Oakville||[88/25/2]|
|2011-08-05 (NC)||England||46–8||South Africa||Chatham-Kent||[175/26/4]|
|2011-08-09 (NC)||United States||23–26||South Africa||Oakville||[81/27/2]|
|2011-08-13 (NC)||United States||29–9||South Africa||Oakville||[82/28/3]|
|2013-07-30 (NC)||United States||32–22||South Africa||Northern Colorado University, Greeley||[89/29/4]|
|2013-08-04 (NC)||England||18–17||South Africa||Northern Colorado University, Greeley||[203/30/5]|
|2013-08-07 (NC)||Canada||53–15||South Africa||Northern Colorado University, Greeley||[94/31/3]|
|2013-08-10 (NC)||United States||61–5||South Africa||Infinity Park, Glendale||[92/32/5]|
|2013-09-07||South Africa||63–3||Uganda||East London, Eastern Cape||[33/19/1]|
|2014-08-01 (WC)||Australia||26–3||South Africa||CNR , Marcoussis||[35/36/3]|
|2014-08-05 (WC)||France||55–3||South Africa||CNR , Marcoussis||[188/37/3]|
|2014-08-09 (WC)||Wales||35–3||South Africa||CNR , Marcoussis||[160/38/6]|
|2014-08-13 (WC)||South Africa||25–24||Samoa||CNR , Marcoussis||[39/22/1]|
|2014-08-17 (WC)||South Africa||0–36||Spain||CNR , Marcoussis||[40/110/1]|
|2018-11-10||Wales||19–5||South Africa||Cardiff Arms Park||[190/41/7]|
|2019-08-09 (AC)||South Africa||89–5||Uganda||Johannesburg||[44/26/2]|
|2019-08-13 (AC)||South Africa||73–0||Madagascar||Johannesburg||[45/2/1]|
|2019-08-17 (AC)||South Africa||39–0||Kenya||Johannesburg||[46/25/1]|
|2019-09-21||South Africa||12–29||Spain||WJ De Wet Stadium, Despatch||[47/132/2]|
|2019-09-30||South Africa||5–47||Scotland||City Park Sports Grounds, Cape Town||[48/193/3]|
|2019-10-05||South Africa||15–38||Scotland||City Park Sports Grounds, Cape Town||[49/194/4]|
|2021-09-18 (WC)||France||v||South Africa||Eden Park, Auckland||[-/50/4]|
|2021-09-23 (WC)||England||v||South Africa||Semenoff Stadium, Whangārei||[-/51/6]|
|2021-09-28 (WC)||South Africa||v||Fiji||Waitakere Stadium, Auckland||[-/52/1]|
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