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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

Five talking points in Super Rugby this weekend

Last year's beaten finalists Golden Lions are desperate to end a three-match losing streak and protect an impressive unbeaten run in local derbies

History-maker Strauss scores hat-trick as Bulls halt losing run

Former Springboks skipper and hooker Strauss made his 149th Super Rugby appearance overtaking another Bull, retired lock Victor Matfield.

Stress test for Stormers and Sharks

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

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.

Blown away by the Hurricanes

Whatever happens to the Stormers on Saturday it is the New Zealand team that has been the most destructive this season.

Deja vu may return to haunt lusty Lions

Saturday's pivotal Super Rugby derby is set to be a battle royal with the conference title at stake.

The crowd can be a player too

Getting the fans behind the team by playing pleasing rugby can be a recipe for success.

Sharks have most bite in SA Super Rugby conference

With the Stormers sweating over injuries and the Bulls needing early momentum, the Sharks look likely to have the best chance of winning Super Rugby.

Allister Coetzee quits as Stormers coach

The man who coached the Stormers to successive South African conference titles in the extended Super 15 in 2011 and 2012 is to coach a Japanese team.

Bulls victory over Stormers boosts Super Rugby chances

Following its weekend win over the Stormers, Bulls chances of reaching the playoffs will be given a boost if the Sharks lose their remaining games.

The bookies have a Super-size problem this rugby season

Given the mixed performances, it's impossible to predict who the top six teams will be for Super Rugby, writes Andy Capostagno.

Cooper kicks Reds to victory over injury-hit Stormers

Wallaby flyhalf Quade Cooper has kicked the Queensland Reds to a slogging 22-17 win over South Africa's Western Stormers in Brisbane.

New Super Rugby signings expected to hit the ground running

South African Super Rugby teams the Stormers and the Bulls have both made "emergency" player signings early in the season.

Stormers had best break out of their teacup

The Cape rugby team have something to prove after a public dressing down from captain Jean de Villiers.

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