History of Sports
South Africa

Has South Africa's Springbok ever been held to no score in a rugby test match played in South Africa?

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October 12, 2008 11:28AM

No

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The Springbok ^ The Springbok, African Elephant and Blue Crane are the national animals of South Africa.

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because south Africa has so many of them :)

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Because of the rugby team called springboks.

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the mountains found along the east coast of South Africa is my mom

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the british took south Africas gold,diamonds and other mineral resources hope this helps :)

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by converting coal into petroleum when there was an embargo placed on south Africa during the apartheid

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Because South Africa is below the Equator and east of the Prime Meridian and it doesn't move around a lot.