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Chester Williams and the making of modern South African rugby

Williams, the only black South African player in the 1995 Rugby World Cup, was a complex figure in complex times. He deserves to be remembered as such

Cheetahs out to draw first Pro14 blood

The once-mighty Currie Cup is bottom of the priority list as the Free Staters look north for glory

Sithole: Sharks are gelling nicely ahead of Currie Cup semifinal

Sharks utility back S'bura Sithole says the team has every chance of toppling the Lions in Saturday's semifinal.

Western Province cement top spot

Two tries within five minutes gave Western Province a crucial 23-18 victory over the Bulls to cement their place at the top of the Currie Cup log.

Province beat Kings 35-16

Western Province overcame a poor first half to pull away from the Eastern Province Kings with a 35-16 victory in their opening Currie Cup rugby match.

Mtembu makes history as Sharks’ new captain

The 23-year-old loose forward will lead the side in defending their Currie Cup crown.

Lions clinch home final

The Lions ground their way to a well deserved 29-20 win over Western Province at Ellis Park to clinch their first home Currie Cup final since 2002.

Sharks book place in final

Second half tries from Tendai Mtawarira and Odwa Ndungane helped the Sharks turn around a deficit to book their place in the Currie Cup final.

Bulls defeated in thrilling match

The Griquas pulled off a stunning 48-44 victory over the Blue Bulls in a thrilling Currie Cup match in Kimberley.

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