Kok ready to be ‘targeted’

World Rugby Sevens Player of the Year Werner Kok believes he can become an even better player.

Uys off to Japan

Cheetahs lock Francois Uys has been released for a short stint with Japanese club Toyota Verblitz.

‘Coetzee is the right man’

WPRFU president Thelo Wakefield believes Saru will do the right thing by appointing Allister Coetzee as Bok coach.

Jesse Kriel try and assist

The Springbok centre impressed for the NTT Docomo Red Hurricanes in Japan's Top League.

Eric Rush’s eulogy to Jonah Lomu

Rush made a humourous and heartfelt speech at Lomu's public memorial.

Fourie’s final flourish

Fourie du Preez enhanced his legacy with several outstanding performances at the 2015 World Cup, writes JON CARDINELLI.

Strauss to lead Bulls

Springbok hooker Adriaan Strauss will captain the Bulls in Vodacom Super Rugby next year, while flyhalf Handré Pollard will serve as his vice-captain.

Kings’ payday waiting game

Kings CEO Charl Crous says he is positive that player salaries will be paid for November, writes CRAIG LEWIS.

Hoskins hits back at ANA allegations

Saru president Oregan Hoskins has called for an application made by the Agency for New Agenda regarding transformation to be dismissed with punitive costs.

Saffas in kicking thriller

SARugbymag.co.za looks back at the past weekend's English Premiership, French Top 14 and Celtic Pro12 matches, involving South African players.

Bok job presents Coetzee dilemma

Allister Coetzee’s capability to expand the Springbok game is set to be the major reason for reservations around his suitability to succeed coach Heyneke Meyer, writes CRAIG LEWIS.

Jonah Lomu memorial haka

Lomu's former teammates paid tribute to him at Eden Park.

One to watch: Werner Kok

World Rugby looks at the Blitzbok who was recently named Sevens Player of the Year.

Nadolo set for final Crusaders stint

Nemani Nadolo will leave the Crusaders after next year’s Vodacom Super Rugby tournament to join Jake White’s Montpellier.

Jaguars will have bite

Argentina's new Vodacom Super Rugby franchise will be called Los Jaguares.

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