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That roar is coming from the Boks

The Lions players have transformed a lacklustre national team in a way few people thought possible

Super rugby, super action, super (confusing) system

But Elton Jantjies is shaping up to be the ‘special one’ and should be the Boks’ first-choice flyhalf.

The last-chance Super 15 saloon

For several teams this weekend's rugby action will determine who can still secure a play-off spot.

Returning to Super Rugby – Lions tackle fresh challenges

After nearly two years of not playing in the Super Rugby, the Lions may find adjusting to the elite tournament tricky when they make their return.

Jantjies, Van der Merwe renew contracts with Lions

Springbok flyhalf Elton Jantjies and lock Franco van der Merwe have signed new two-year contracts with the Lions Super Rugby team.

Stormers ring in team changes for Rebels meet

The Stormers have made seven changes to their team for the final match of their Super Rugby overseas tour against the Rebels in Melbourne, Australia.

Only instinct can save rugby from grid-iron inertia

Are the Stormers going to win the conference by playing the way they did against the Sharks, or are they capable of more?

New blow to Lions Currie Cup campaign

The Lions have been dealt a harsh blow with news that two of their key players will be unavailable for the next two weeks because of Springbok duty.

Lions pull off rare win against Rebels

The Lions capped their final home game of the 2012 Super Rugby with a 37-32 win over the Melbourne Rebels.

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