Griquas

Stop calling us ‘coloured’ and denying us our diverse African identities

Khoi Revivalists denounce racist groups using its name and want the apartheid category eliminated

Coloured civic ‘bloc’ set to contest poll

But there is already polarisation, as some activists disagree with the racist rhetoric doing the rounds

Griquas surprise Bulls in Vodacom Cup

A last-minute penalty helped the Griquas narrowly beat the Blue Bulls at Loftus in Pretoria.

Griquas and Kings set the pace in Vodacom Cup

Only five unbeaten teams remain after two rounds of the Vodacom Cup, with Griquas setting the marker in the north and the EP Kings ruling the south.

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.

Tenacious Province wear Griquas down in Kimberley

Late tries by Sadie and Engelbrecht proved decisive as Western Province held on to record a narrow 41-35 victory over Griquas on Saturday.

Bulls come out fighting after losing streak

The Blue Bulls will remain one of the top contenders in Currie Cup rugby after Friday's 44-20 victory over the Griquas.

Griquas hold off Leopards

Griquas bagged a morale-boosting win, with a clinical 32-18 victory over the Leopards in Kimberley on Saturday.

Boot of Griquas’ Vogt sinks Sharks

Griqualand West fullback Rudi Vogt kicked 23 points as defending champions Sharks suffered their first Currie Cup defeat of the season.

Griquas outplay Pumas in Nelspruit

Griquas confidently beat the Pumas 40-33 in their Absa Currie Cup match in Nelspruit on Friday.

Lions maul Griquas for second win

The Lions romped home with a first-half try fest to secure a thumping 49-11 Currie Cup victory over Griquas in Kimberley on Saturday.

Changes to Lions’ starting XV

The Lions have made three changes to their run-on team to face Griquas in an Absa Currie Cup match in Kimberley on Saturday.

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