SA Rugby has announced that the U21 Championship, featuring five provincial teams, will be held in Johannesburg between 4-30 October.
The Free State Cheetahs’ 1976 Currie Cup-winning squad has written an open letter to SA Rugby demanding the union’s continued participation in the PRO14.
SA Rugby has confirmed that the seven teams participating in the new domestic competition will battle for Vodacom Super Rugby Unlocked and Currie Cup honours at various intervals of the tournament which kicks off next month.
Wing Rabz Maxwane has opened about why he moved to the Lions, what he hopes to achieve, and working towards his Bok dream.
Proactive interactions with a therapist helped Oupa Mohoje overcome a career-threatening injury, writes DYLAN JACK in the latest SA Rugby magazine.
English second division club the Ealing Trailfinders have announced the signing of Abongile Nonkontwana from the Vodacom Bulls on a two-year deal.
Cheetahs fullback Rhyno Smith claimed the top try-scorer award for the curtailed 2019-20 PRO14 season after dotting down 10 times.
Both the Cheetahs and Western Province came agonisingly close to beating the British & Irish Lions during their 2009 tour to South Africa, with two future Springbok stars – Heinrich Brussow and Duane Vermeulen – featuring for their respective provincial sides. Look back at the full match replays of those matches.
The coaches from South Africa’s seven franchises expressed their delight and excitement at getting the green light to return to contact training.
A revised double-round domestic competition – dependent on all regulation approvals – is expected to kick off in the first half of October, writes CRAIG LEWIS.