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Japan, Argentina to join 2016 Super Rugby tournament

Teams from Japan and Argentina have been approved to join the Super Rugby tournament as of 2016, as well as South African team, the Southern Kings.

Super Rugby: Hammett glad to shake off rust against Kings

Mark Hammett is prepared to put his side's 46-30 victory over Southern Kings behind them and target bigger Super Rugby challenges down the road.

Crusaders dethrone Kings 55-20 in Super Rugby game

Brothers George and Luke Whitelock shared four tries and Dan Carter kicked 16 points as the Crusaders trounced the Southern Kings 55-20.

Lions and Stormers triumph in warm-up matches

In two friendly matches the Stormers ran in nine crowd-pleasing tries to beat Boland 57-0 while the Lions triumphed 41-31 over the Southern Kings.

Luke Watson remorseful over 2008 ‘Dutchman’ comment

Southern Kings' rugby captain Luke Watson has expressed remorse about his controversial slur about Afrikaners in 2008, says a report.

A wake-up call for dreaming Saru officials

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

Jantjies back in action for the Golden Lions

Lions flyhalf Elton Jantjies has been included in the upcoming warm-up match against the Super Kings after missing a game due to injury.

Southern Kings to join Super Rugby in 2013

Saru has announced that the Southern Kings will compete in the Super Rugby competition in 2013.

Southern Kings demand Super Rugby

The Southern Kings franchise has demanded that the South African Rugby Union ensure the franchise takes part in the Super 15 competition in 2011.

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