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The grey areas in Jake White’s coaching career

The World Cup-winning coach has an impeccable CV, with an illustrious coaching career that has taken him all over the globe. But he has a reputation problem

Injured Bulls prop sues union for R45-million

Morne Mellett says he was examined by the team doctor on the field and cleared to to keep playing the match

Kolisi’s race: Nothing and everything

The significance of his being the first black Bok captain can’t escape race-plagued SA

History-maker Strauss scores hat-trick as Bulls halt losing run

Former Springboks skipper and hooker Strauss made his 149th Super Rugby appearance overtaking another Bull, retired lock Victor Matfield.

Betting on it is the new sport

For a long time, sports betting was just not cricket. But the country has come a long way

Lions rugby fans swell with pride

But the team will have to reinvent itself to stay ahead after thrashing the Blue Bulls at Loftus.

Bulls must grab make-or-break tour by the horns

The boys from Pretoria are in an excellent position to top the South African conference but must first overcome a gruelling overseas trip.

The crowd can be a player too

Getting the fans behind the team by playing pleasing rugby can be a recipe for success.

RugbyU: Defending Super 15 champs fight to save season

The table-topping Wellington Hurricanes put their unbeaten run on the line against the defending Super 15 champions NSW Waratahs.

Ludeke lauds Bulls after Cheetahs victory

The Blue Bulls coach has applauded his team for beating Cheaters; placing them second in the SA conference and fifth on the overall log.

Bulls have got to kick the blues

Coach Frans Ludeke has a lot riding on this weekend's match against the Sharks.

Sharks have most bite in SA Super Rugby conference

With the Stormers sweating over injuries and the Bulls needing early momentum, the Sharks look likely to have the best chance of winning Super Rugby.

Former Blue Bulls player convicted of murder

Former rugby player Phindile Joseph Ntshongwana knew it was wrong when he killed his four victims with an axe, the Durban High Court ruled.

Sharks, Bulls face make-or-break clash

The two powerhouse teams have found themselves falling behind, and both need wins to have a fighting chance in the Currie Cup.

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.

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