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The Bulletjie Line Dance

The Bulls mascot has joined forces with local artists Rea le Roux and Thabiso Mac Rapapali.


Combrinck set for timely return

Lions and Bok wing Ruan Combrinck has confirmed he will return to Super Rugby action in just over two months time.


Kötze’s home away from home

Daniel Kötze, a former Vodacom Cup player, is making the most of his time in France, writes GAVIN MORTIMER.


Tecklenburg blow for Lions

Lions flank Warwick Tecklenburg has retired from rugby in order to focus on his family's farming business.


New Varsity Cup rules explained

The 10th edition of the Varsity Cup will see a number of rule and format changes, which includes the addition of a ninth team to the competition.


Lambie to lead Sharks

Flyhalf Pat Lambie has been retained as the Sharks captain for the 2017 Super Rugby competition.


Calder: Smartphones impact on skills

Dr Sherylle Calder has warned England's Six Nations squad members to spend less time on their mobile phones as she believes it has a negative effect on players' skills and visual awareness.


Bastareaud’s big hit on Lozowski

The Toulon centre stopped Saracens' fullback during their European Champions Cup clash.


Bok prop’s future in the balance

Bok prop Julian Redelinghuys is optimistic about a return to rugby despite doctors advising him against playing again.


Pollard back for Bulls

The Bulls have named a 39-man travelling squad for their trip to Harare in Zimbabwe where they will play the Lions in a pre-season friendly on Saturday.


P Div claims are ‘laughable’

SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux has laughed off claims from Peter de Villiers that members of the South African Rugby Union paid Boland to remove his name from consideration for the head coaching job last year, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Venter commits to Azzurri

Brendan Venter has signed a deal to stay on as Italy's defence coach through to the next World Cup.


SA Rugby winds of change

After a turbulent 2016 season for South African rugby, CRAIG LEWIS looks at three enforceable actions that would be good to see in the new year.


De Villiers alleges SA Rugby vendetta

Former Springbok coach Peter de Villiers has alleged that members of the South African Rugby Union paid Boland to remove his name from consideration for the head coaching job last year.


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