Kings planning nearly completed

Saru CEO Jurie Roux says 'major progress' has been made in preparing an implementation plan for the embattled Kings.

Saru puts Kings plans in place

Saru has established an operational implementation task group to oversee the running of the Kings franchise in Vodacom Super Rugby.

Cheeky: One-year stint a mistake

EPRU president Cheeky Watson says the Kings should not have accepted structures that saw them feature in Vodacom Super Rugby for a single season in 2013. CRAIG LEWIS reports.

Kings crisis a ‘Greek tragedy’

EP rugby president Cheeky Watson has no intention of stepping down, despite the ongoing financial crisis that has seen Saru step in to take control of the Kings.

Saru bails out Kings

Saru has agreed to take control of the Kings franchise in Vodacom Super Rugby due to their ongoing financial woes.

‘Cheeky must take responsibility’

Four former players on whether the Kings can be competitive in Vodacom Super Rugby in 2016 and who should shoulder the blame for the union's financial woes.

Kings crisis a blow for SA

The Kings shambles reflects poorly on Saru and on South African rugby in general, writes JON CARDINELLI.

Kings’ player movements continue

Luther Obi and Sylvian Mahuza have given notice of their intent to leave the Kings, but a number of new players have joined the squad in pre-season training.

Hoskins: Kings’ clock is ticking

Saru president Oregan Hoskins says they are continuing to closely monitor the financial situation at the Kings, reports CRAIG LEWIS.

Kings given food vouchers

At least three EP Kings players have been given food vouchers by the South African Rugby Players' Association. SIMON BORCHARDT reports.

Agaba leaves cash-strapped Kings

Talented loose forward Tim Agaba is the latest player to confirm he will be leaving the Kings.

Gqoboka heading to Bulls

The Vodacom Bulls have swooped to secure the services of Kings prop Lizo Gqoboka.

Kings pledge to tackle wage woes

The EP Kings say they are working tirelessly to address the ongoing cash flow problems that have seen players and staff fail to receive October salaries.

Whitehead quits Kings

Tim Whitehead has confirmed he will be leaving the Eastern Province Kings after ongoing non-payment of salaries. CRAIG LEWIS reports.

Kings in cash crisis

EP Kings players have still not received salary payments for October, and are continuing to be advised of their options by the South African Rugby Players' Association. CRAIG LEWIS reports.

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