SA Rugby will continue to conduct a ‘due diligence examination’ of the business rescue plan that has been tabled to bail out the cash-strapped Eastern Province Rugby Union. CRAIG LEWIS reports.
The Kings have confirmed that captain Shane Gates and No 8 Aidon Davids have signed contracts to play in Japan and France respectively.
The Blue Bulls will host the Sharks XV in what should be an absorbing encounter on Friday, writes MARIETTE ADAMS.
The Sharks XV claimed a 34-26 bonus-point win over the EP Kings in their Currie Cup qualifier in Port Elizabeth on Friday.
The Eastern Province Rugby Union has again avoided the possibility of a liquidation application becoming final after court proceedings were postponed to 4 August. CRAIG LEWIS reports.
Western Province edged Griquas 24-23 at Newlands, while there were also Currie Cup qualifier wins for the Blue Bulls, Leopards and Griffons on Saturday.
The hosts scored three late tries against 12 men to win 29-22 in PE.
The Kings fired late to claim a 29-22 bonus-point win against a 12-man Jaguares side in Port Elizabeth on Friday. JON CARDINELLI reports.
Poor handling and discipline nearly cost the Kings a victory over the Jaguares, according to SARugbymag.co.za's Opta-powered stats.
Scrumhalf Martín Landajo holds the key to the Jaguares' attacking success against the Kings in Port Elizabeth on Friday, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Wandile Mjekevu will start for the Kings in Friday's clash with the Jaguares in Port Elizabeth.
The Cheetahs have bolstered their front-row ranks for next season, with Kings prop Tom Botha signing a two-year deal.
A business rescue plan for the cash-strapped Eastern Province Rugby Union has revealed a UK company is willing to invest R100-million over the next few years to bail out the beleaguered union. CRAIG LEWIS reports.
Winger Wandile Mjekevu has joined the Kings on loan from the Sharks for the rest of the Super Rugby season.
Three players will not be available for the Kings' game against the Jaguares in Port Elizabeth on Friday.
THE MONEY MAN is putting R2,500 on the Springboks to beat Ireland in the final Test at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium.
The Springboks’ ability to find grass with their attacking kicks will hinge on their communication as much as their decision-making and execution, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The Springboks must be honest about their performance against Ireland at Ellis Park, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.
The hosts scored six tries in their 46-6 win in Dunedin.View all videos