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Five talking points for the new Super Rugby season

Here are five talking points for the 24th year of the southern hemisphere club championship

South African rugby’s blackballed coaches

Bevin Fortuin boasts a CV that should make top unions and franchises salivate at the prospect of having him on their books

Little fish battle the Sharks Board

KwaZulu-Natal’s beaches have been closed as shark net employees strike and bosses bare their teeth

Lions SA’s only hope at title

Same old, same old … the Jo’burg side have their work cut out to shake up a stagnant competition

Currie Cup caps a big turnaround

Saturday’s game will be a showpiece of young talent, which is likely to become the norm given the exodus of proven players chasing big money

Madness of King Allister must stop

The Bok coach needs to get a grip on his team selections to give us a shot at restoring dignity

Cheetahs out to draw first Pro14 blood

The once-mighty Currie Cup is bottom of the priority list as the Free Staters look north for glory

Stress test for Stormers and Sharks

Both teams face opponents who will be a true measure of their strength

Bosch caught in tug-of-war

Wanted in the Sharks, Boks and Under-20s, the flyhalf’s path may be laid bare this weekend

Knockout rugby is not for everyone: Lions could roar, Sharks could flounder

The Lions-Crusaders clash looks tasty but the Hurricanes could blow the Durbanites away.

If playing ball was about morality…

In a perfect world, Super Rugby players would stand up for their unpaid Kings colleagues

Tough love gave Bok doc a backup plan

Prop Jannie du Plessis reveals how he almost cut short his medical studies to save the family farm.

Sharks are an endangered species

Can the Durban team sink any lower than last weekend's embarrassing defeat to the Crusaders? Andy Capostagno traces the sad decline.

Steyn faces his forgotten destiny

Battling Sonny Bill Williams will remind the former Bok of the glory he has potentially sacrificed.

Bismarck makes season debut for Sharks against Lions

The captain missed the opening game last week when he withdrew at the last minute due to a shoulder problem, and will replace Kyle Cooper.

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