Here’s a comprehensive list of PRO14 player transfers involving South Africans ahead of the 2020-21 season.
Veteran scrumhalf Ruan Pienaar is adamant the Cheetahs will not be booted from the PRO14 if the competition is expanded to 16 teams.
Out-of-contract Cheetahs wing Sibahle Rabz Maxwane is poised to join the Lions on a two-year deal.
The Southern Kings have confirmed the signing of Sharks scrumhalf Cameron Wright on a two-year deal.
Lock Reniel Hugo says he is ready to make the most of the opportunity he has to play for the Cheetahs again.
Lock Reniel Hugo is poised to return to the Cheetahs following a two-year stint at Japanese club Toyota Verblitz.
Cheetahs coach Hawies Fourie and his Kings counterpart, Rob Kempson, are cautiously excited about the possibility of the PRO14 resuming on 22 August.
Ahead of the Munster squad’s return to training next Monday, the club released the player profiles of their new signings, including South Africans Damian de Allende, RG Snyman and Keynan Knox.
Flyhalf Demetri Catrakilis has announced his retirement from the sport on Wednesday.
World Rugby has announced that a final decision on the 2020 rugby calendar will be made by its council vote on 30 June.