Employers, players, staff and SA Rugby have combined in continuity planning aimed at cost saving in the face of expected shortfall in revenues due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
SA Rugby do not have a confirmed domestic or international calendar for the rest of 2020 at this time, but plans have been made for every eventuality, according to CEO Jurie Roux.
We look back to the five seasons when the tournament was known as the Super 14 and only two sides won the competition, the Vodacom Bulls and the Crusaders.
SA Rugby magazine caught up with former Springbok, Vodacom Bulls and Boland hooker Dale Santon.
Check out this exclusive video from Sharks centre Jeremy Ward as he demonstrates some of the workouts he has been completing while at home.
Stormers head coach John Dobson says the Western Province Rugby hierarchy has done well to set it up to survive the break in the season due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
In an interview with SA Rugby magazine in 2018, Hacjivah Dayimani revealed how he escaped a life of crime and poverty and why he defied his father to pursue rugby rather than boxing.
World Rugby chief Bill Beaumont says there won’t be a decision for at least a month on whether the July internationals will go ahead.
In the second part of a segment from the latest SA Rugby magazine, WADE PRETORIUS looks back at a selection of iconic moments from the competition’s 25-year history.
During this time of lockdown, check out this preview of a new video analysis we’ll be bringing you as experienced coach Omar Mouneimne breaks down the Sharks’ strong start to the season.