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Time to look north as Super Rugby keeps dropping ball

In the television age, it makes little sense to divide the rugby world into north and south, and thus partner with countries across wide time zones.

Six Eastern Cape rugby players feared dead

Six players from an Eastern Cape rugby club are feared dead after being swept out to sea during a post-practice ocean swim.

A wake-up call for dreaming Saru officials

Rugby union's announcement of Southern Kings' inclusion in Super rugby tournament is a thorny issue.

Former Springbok Solly Tyibilika shot dead

Former Springbok Solly Tyibilika has been shot dead in what appears to be a random shootout at a tavern in Cape Town. He was 32 years old.

Absa named new Springbok sponsor

Absa Bank will be the new official sponsors of the Springboks, the South African Rugby Union (Saru) announced on Thursday.

If Div gets the boot …

This week Saru reminded the press that there is a process to be followed and that, at least for now, Peter de Villiers remains the coach of the Boks.

South Africa, New Zealand in apartheid rugby apology

New Zealand and South Africa's rugby unions made apologies on Friday for excluding Maori and black players from their teams during the apartheid era.

Deputy Alexander to oppose Hoskins in Saru elections

Oregan Hoskins, president of the South African Rugby Union (Saru), will be opposed by his deputy Mark Alexander at the Saru elections next month.

Cape Town to host France-Boks clash

South Africa will play France in a Test match on June 12 in Cape Town, dispelling doubts over a clash in scheduling with Soccer World Cup.

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