The Border Rugby Football Union's fleet of vehicles has been repossessed by the bank.
Three months ago, Saru withdrew financial support and called for Border to be put under administration.
Now some vehicles have been removed from the union and sent to Rose-Innes Auctioneers in Braelyn, according to the Daily Dispatch.
One of the vehicles had ANC branding on its mirrors and it is alleged that some of the vehicles were used for election campaigns in the Buffalo City area.
'The repossession of the vehicles coincided with a decision taken to release them as they were too draining [financially] for the union,' said BRFU administrator Monde Tabata. 'This won’t affect the quality of rugby here.'