S’bura Sithole, Rowan Gouws, Khaya Majola and Stephan Coetzee have joined the Kings on loan from the Sharks for the duration of the Pro14 competition.
The Kings have confirmed that coach Deon Davids has signed a three-year contract with the franchise.
Former Springbok wing Cornal Hendricks has agreed terms to play for the Kings in the forthcoming Pro14 competition.
Coach Deon Davids has committed to rebuilding the Europe-bound Kings over the next three seasons. JON CARDINELLI reports.
The Cheetahs will field their strongest possible team in the Pro14 and possibly a second-string side in the Currie Cup playoffs. JON CARDINELLI reports.
The Kings face a testing few weeks ahead as they look to ensure a new-look squad is suitably prepared for their entry into the Pro14, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The Cheetahs and Kings will start their Pro14 campaigns with two away matches.
Lions coach Johan Ackermann says Sanzaar should have axed the Sunwolves and Jaguares from Super Rugby.
The visitors scored two late tries to claim a 21-20 win in Port Elizabeth.
The Cheetahs scored 15 points in the last 12 minutes to defeat the Kings 21-20 in Port Elizabeth on Friday, writes MARIETTE ADAMS.
Craig Lewis makes his predictions for this weekend's Super Rugby matches involving SA teams.
Wilhelm van der Sluys returns to the Kings' second row for their last-ever Super Rugby match against the Cheetahs in Port Elizabeth on Friday.
Kings scrumhalf Rudi van Rooyen says a lot of South Africans would rather play in the Pro12 than Super Rugby.
The fraud and money laundering case involving former EP Rugby president Cheeky Watson has been postponed to 13 October.
Elton Jantjies must make a timely statement in this Rugby Championship campaign as Handré Pollard nears full fitness, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
A second-place finish for the Springboks in the Rugby Championship would signify progress – but only in the context of a nightmare two-year period, writes JON CARDINELLI.
SA Rugby has only itself to blame for the sad demise of the Currie Cup, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.
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