Tweet Eastern Province Rugby Union (EPRU) President, Cheeky Watson, left Port Elizabeth this afternoon for New Zealand, to go and address the Southern Kings touring squad following the announcement from the SA Rugby Union (SARU) relating to the foreign player issue.
Tweet SA Rugby have released a statement with regards to Kings selections of foreign players.
Tweet Kings captain Luke Watson has said that SARU’s decision to relegate the Lions was unfair and expressed sadness at the Lions’ Super Rugby exit.
Tweet When will SA Rugby realise that our future lies north, and not in an expanded Super Rugby tournament?
Tweet The foundation from which our deep routed passion and love for rugby is built on in South Africa comes from a long and very proud history of our domestic teams.
Tweet Can this become more of a cock-up? I am actually afraid to ask in the fear of tempting fate…
Tweet The remaining two rugby Tests between South Africa and England will be broadcast live on radio, the SABC announced on Wednesday.
Tweet SARU has promulgated a new regulation to ensure that the contracting of promising schoolboy rugby players is done above board, according to a report on the SuperSport website.
Tweet The South African Rugby Union (SARU) reported a pre-tax profit of R24m in 2011 – a year during which participation at the IRB Rugby World Cup traditionally increases costs, while depressing the earning capacity of international rugby federations. The result was due to an 18% increase in earnings, allied to cost containments in operating…
Tweet Our good friends over at Gilbert announced that they have extended their ball and equipment sponsor contract with the South African Rugby Union (SARU) for another 5 years!
Tweet Hands up from those who feel utterly embarrassed by SA Rugby’s latest move to convince SANZAR to include a 16th team in the SupeRugby competition in 2013…
Tweet It’s February, the Super Rugby season is about to start, and – shock, horror – the South African provinces are having an almighty whinge. Greg Growden February 14, 2012 So, what’s new? One year, they are complaining that the tournament scheduling is unfair because, they argue, it favours the Australian and New Zealand teams.…
Tweet RuggaWorld has reliably learned that given the recent failures in Super Rugby, the South African Rugby Union has taken drastic steps to improve the state of stupidity throughout all 14 provinces.
Tweet Newly appointed SARU CEO, Jurie Roux answered some of the supporters questions posed to him.
Tweet A storm is brewing for SANZAR over the host of the 15th Super rugby team.