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The Nigerian king who cursed the sex traffickers

Edo State is Nigeria’s capital of human trafficking, and local authorities are seemingly powerless. Enter His Royal Majesty Oba Ewuare II

Does Solinas have balls to reinvent?

Solinas must ensure Chiefs produce results consistently, injuries notwithstanding

Bulls prop gets 3-game ban for horror tackle

Conrad van Vuuren was found guilty of foul play after high tackling the Chief's fullback Damian McKenzie

Kiwi Assassin makes short work of Chiefs

Striker Jeremy Brockie has reversed SuperSport’s indifferent run of form and upped his own game.

Waratahs beat Chiefs 33-17 in Super Rugby

Fullback Israel Folau scored his 11th try of the season as the Waratahs beat the Chiefs 33-17, likely ending the Chiefs' two-year reign as champions.

Chiefs bounce back to beat Lions

Wholesale changes to the Waikato Chiefs produced the desired result as the defending Super 15 champions downed the Golden Lions 38-8.

Crusaders edge Chiefs 18-17 in Super Rugby

Flyhalf Colin Slade kicked six goals, taking advantage of a one-sided penalty count, to boost the Crusaders to an 18-17 win over the Chiefs.

Chiefs beat Rebels 22-16 in Super Rugby match

Gareth Anscombe stepped comfortably into the boots of injured All Blacks flyhalf Aaron Cruden, kicking 17 points to steer the Chiefs to a win.

Indomitable spirit is Sharks’ Chief hurdle

If the Hamilton team's determination is anything to go by, the Sharks have a mountain to climb if they want to win the Super Rugby title.

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