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Bok centre held at gunpoint

Rohan Janse van Rensburg and two of his family members were held at gunpoint in an armed robbery at their home on Thursday night.


Highlights: Highlanders vs Stormers

The hosts scored nine tries in their 57-14 win in Dunedin. 


New Zealand’s best schoolboy prospect

Etene Nanai plays for St Kent's and is related to Tim Nanai Williams.


Neil de Kock on Saracens’ swansong

The former Springbok scrumhalf will make his 263rd and last appearance for Saracens against Bristol on Saturday.


Highlanders hammer Stormers

The Highlanders scored nine tries in their record 57-14 win over the Stormers in Dunedin on Friday. JON CARDINELLI reports.


Super Rugby teams (Round 10)

SARugbymag.co.za brings you all the Super Rugby team lineups as they are announced.


Super Rugby preview (Round 10, Part 2)

JON CARDINELLI looks ahead to the final four matches of round 10 of the Super Rugby tournament.


Super Rugby preview (Round 10, Part 1)

CRAIG LEWIS looks ahead to the first four matches in round 10 of the competition.


Cheetahs change three for Crusaders

Ox Nche will start at loosehead prop for the Cheetahs against the Crusaders in Bloemfontein on Saturday.


Faf at No 9 for Lions, Cronjé rested

Faf de Klerk will start at scrumhalf in one of three changes to the Lions XV for their match against the Force in Perth on Saturday.


Sharks change eight for Jaguares

Jeremy Ward will start at inside centre for the Sharks against the Jaguares in Buenos Aires on Saturday.


Bezuidenhout to front Rebels

Hooker Martin Bezuidenhout is the only change to the Kings starting XV ahead of their clash against the Rebels in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.


Boom now a Bull

Loose forward Boom Prinsloo has joined the Bulls on a two-year deal until the end of the 2019 season.


Kaino to have knee surgery

Blues flank Jerome Kaino will undergo knee surgery, but should be fit for the All Blacks' first Test against the British & Irish Lions.


Player agents not ‘chasing money’

Player agent Gert van der Merwe insists that it is not their intention to push for talented locally-based players to take up offers abroad, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


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