Ox Nche, Jason Jenkins, Kwagga Smith, Nizaam Carr, Travis Ismaiel, Curwin Bosch and Cameron Wright were all sent back to their franchises as Erasmus starts shaping his ideal team of 23.
Brits called time on his career last month following a nine-year stay at Premiership champions Saracens, but has been added to the Springboks group for the second Test against England. Tune into Sky Sports Action and Main Event from 3pm on Saturday June 16 to follow the Rose on England's journey to the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
England's record in South Africa isn't great.
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South Africa director of rugby Rassie Erasmus said Brits had "extensive inside knowledge" of the English game. It could have gone bad really for us.
"We all took charge and told the guys to calm down".
"We got the snakes. We want to do something special on this tour and the players are all incredibly excited about this challenge and opportunity we have". "I was worried‚" said Erasmus.
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Mr Trump said he had formed a "very special bond" with Kim and that relationship with North Korea would be very different. The United States and DPRK will join their efforts to build a lasting and stable peace regime on the Korean Peninsula.
The Sunday social was pre-planned by the players as they hosted a barbeque in the hotel grounds as a means of bonding and shaking off the miseries from the stunning 42-39 reversal at Ellis Park.
"There were a lot of individual errors that led to the ill-discipline, so first up we've got to be honest with ourselves, brutally honest at times, and hopefully that will lead to coaches not having to say too much".
"Our replacements all went to the United States of America last week and I expected them to run out of steam a bit after some time, but all of them made a big impact. It is going to be a massive one in Bloemfontein".
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