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Former Bok hooker arrested

James Dalton will appear in court in Cape Town on Monday for assault, intimidation and resisting arrest.


Sharks lock gets two-week ban

Etienne Oosthuizen has received a two-week suspension for foul play during their match against the Reds in Brisbane.


Venter hits back at angry Eddie

Italy defence coach Brendan Venter has defended the team's tactics against England at Twickenham on Sunday.


Bok barometer (Round 1)

JON CARDINELLI picks a form South African XV based on performances in round one of Super Rugby.


England overcome inventive Italy

England overturned a shock half-time deficit to secure a 36-15 bonus-point win over Italy at Twickenham on Sunday. CRAIG LEWIS reports.


Best Super Rugby tries (Round 1)

The top five-pointers from the past weekend's Super Rugby action.


Mnisi’s season over

Lions centre Howard Mnisi will be out of action for at least nine months as the result of a serious knee injury.


Stormers, Lions make winning start

The DHL Stormers and Lions recorded important derby wins, while the Sharks blew a golden opportunity on the opening weekend of the 2017 Super Rugby tournament, writes JON CARDINELLI.


‘Stormers playing like Kiwis’

What former Bok coach NICK MALLETT had to say on SuperSport about the past weekend's Super Rugby matches involving South African teams.


Venter, Smith on board for Boks

Brendan Venter and Franco Smith will officially join the Springboks' coaching staff ahead of the team’s first training camp next weekend.


Willie opens his Wasps account

SARugbymag.co.za looks back at the English Premiership and Celtic Pro12 matches played this weekend.


Racing sack Williams amid drugs claim

Racing 92 have parted ways with ex-All Blacks lock Ali Williams following his arrest for allegedly buying cocaine in Paris.


Five takeaways from past weekend

What we learned from the opening round of Super Rugby, according to CRAIG LEWIS.


Highlights: Stormers vs Bulls (2017)

The hosts claimed a 37-24 win at Newlands having led 24-0 at half-time.


Italy identify loophole in laws

Italy's tactics saw their defenders stand in England's backline after a tackle as no offside line had been formed.


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