EAST LONDON – The Springboks victory parade will this weekend take over the Eastern Cape as fans across the country continue to celebrate their world cup success.It’s been exactly a week since South Africa were crowned 2019 Rugby World Cup champions after beating England 32-12 in the final in Japan.On Friday, the Boks were in Durban for the second leg of the tour that started in Gauteng on Thursday.#SpringboksTour Siya Kolisi addressing the crowd at DBN City Hall earlier today. pic.twitter.com/4195zCpBDc— EWN Sport (@EWNsport) November 8, 2019It’s an overcast morning in East London, but that hasn’t affected the mood as people wearing Springbok jerseys can be spotted walking all over the street.Day three of the five-day parade will officially start at 9:30am.Along the route it will take on Saturday, the championship bus will also make a stop in Buffalo City the hometowns of heroes Makazole Mapimpi and Lukhanyo Am.WATCH: Springboks World Cup celebratory Gauteng bus tour