A dramatic Six Nations championship reached a fitting conclusion on Friday, with Wales celebrating in a record-breaking year.
Rugby SA are in full support for the British and Irish Lions to tour South Africa in July and August, despite coronavirus complications.
Ireland wrapped up their Six Nations campaign with a comfortable win over England in Dublin, much to the delight of skipper Johnny Sexton.
Ireland completed their 2021 Six Nations campaign with a third win in a row, seeing off England 32-18 at the Aviva Stadium.
Wales need a win in Paris to complete a Grand Slam and seal their second Six Nations title in the space of three years.
CJ Stander was born in South Africa but has played international rugby for Ireland since making his debut in the 2016 Six Nations.
Scotland fought back from 24-10 down to draw level against Ireland, only for a late penalty to end their Six Nations title hopes.
Conor Murray must settle for a place on the bench after Andy Farrell has picked Jamison Gibson-Park to start for Ireland at Murrayfield.
England are out of the Six Nations title race but they could have a major say in who takes the championship by beating France on Saturday.
Ireland head coach Andy Farrell has added Jacob Stockdale to his squad for the trip to face Scotland at Murrayfield.