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Kolisi’s race: Nothing and everything

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

Saru ethics take glint off Rassie hire

The new Bok coach’s six-year contract and close bond with his bosses have some crying ‘jobs for pals’

It’s the end of rugby life as we know it

Super Rugby has lost the plot, but the 2019 World Cup will usher in a new global game

Only brutal action will fix South African rugby

Cuts have to be made to make sure there’s enough money to keep the top 150 players at home.

Bruised SA rugby looks for answers

The Boks' poor form should force Saru to make some brutal decisions after its coaching indaba.

Rugby union boss among top officials summoned to the EP Kings’ liquidation hearing

The fate of the team has major implications for the national union and its Super Rugby commitments.

Ban international sports until teams meet racial quotas

Tears flowed when the minister curbed some sports but critics should consider another spin-off; audiences transform when teams transform.

Local rugby had best forget 2015

Besides transformation and money issues very little was memorable - and there is little cheer going into the New Year.

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.

Super Rugby versus the World Cup

Saru will be leaning on the franchises to spare the best players but they have their own problems.

Ditched by Saru, Treu will not let WP rugby down

It is Kenya's loss but South Africa's gain that Paul Treu has now joined the coaching staff at Western Province and the Stormers.

Youth can reignite Eastern Cape rugby

With the seniors tumbling, the striplings may turn the tide of the provincial and national sides.

Erasmus pleased with Springbok Women squad ahead of World Cup

Saru's Rassie Erasmus says he is pleased wth the skills levels of the Springbok Women squad as it gears up for the IRB Women's Rugby World Cup.

Saru to introduce racial quotas

The South African Rugby Union will introduce a racial quota system in its domestic competition next year to encourage more black players to emerge.

Saru trials game-changing rugby laws

A new set of experimental laws will be implemented in all local competitions, the South African Rugby Union has confirmed.

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