South Africa Rugby has confirmed the venues for the Springboks’ three-Test series against England next June.
The matches will be played at Ellis Park on 9 June, Free State Stadium a week later, with the third Test at Newlands on the 23rd. Kick-off times are still to be confirmed.
England last visited South Africa in 2012 when the Boks won the first two Tests, while the final encounter ended in a draw.
England have not won a Test in South Africa since the two teams clashed in Bloemfontein in 2000. Out of the 13 previous Tests between the Boks and England in South Africa, the visitors have won three, while one ended in a draw.
However, England will go into the series as favourites, having won 22 out of 23 Tests since Eddie Jones was appointed head coach.