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 Lions have strengthened their position at the top of the South African group while the Stormers have slipped down to fourth for the first time in 2016, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The Sharks scored eight tries as they romped to a 53-0 win over the Kings in Durban on Saturday. CRAIG LEWIS reports.
The Sharks quite simply ran the Kings off their feet in a 53-0 win in Durban on Saturday, according to SARugbymag.co.za's Opta-powered stats.
The Boland Cavaliers scored two late tries to beat the Valke 24-22 in round seven of the Currie Cup qualifiers, while there were also wins for the Free State XV, Leopards, Western Province and Golden Lions XV on Friday.
Beleaguered EPRU president Cheeky Watson is set to quit his position in the next month.
The Sharks can’t afford any complacency as they look to come away with a bonus-point win over the Kings in Durban on Saturday, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Steven Sykes is back to lead the Kings as one of seven changes to their starting lineup for Saturday’s game against the Sharks in Durban.
Kings captain Steven Sykes will be joining French club Oyonnax after this Super Rugby season.
THE MONEY MAN is putting R1,000 on the Stormers to win by 13 or more points at Newlands.
Allister Coetzee could select 10 players of colour, on merit, to start for the Springboks against Ireland, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.
The loss of coaching intellect in South Africa is as damning and damaging as the ever-increasing player exodus overseas, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The hosts scored six tries in their 45-25 win in Sydney.View all videos