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TweetThe Aveng Group today announced that it has concluded a major sponsorship deal with the Southern Kings and the Eastern Province Rugby.
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TweetThe Southern Kings announced their reduced, 35-man squad for their Super Rugby campaign which still contains 5 foreign players. The tug-of-war between the Kings and SARU on the number of foreign based players allowed for […]
TweetThe Southern Kings responded to media speculation that SA Rugby will not allow them to field more than 2 foreign players in their squad.
TweetAs South African rugby and the franchises are locked in meetings today to figure out how to accommodate the Kings, it has emerged that the Lions former equity partner, Guma-TAC, is now looking at partnering […]
TweetSA Rugby has postponed their planned visit to Oz for a 16th team in SupeRugby 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, […]
TweetA further milestone in the establishment and operation of a Super Rugby franchise in the South Eastern Cape was reached earlier this week in Port Elizabeth when representatives of Border Rugby Union, Eastern Province Rugby […]
TweetIt appears the Southern Kings’ inclusion in an expanded Super Rugby competition in 2013 is even less likely than when they went by the name of the Southern Spears and promised inclusion in 2007.
TweetThe value of the Kings victory over the weekend should not only be measured in the final score or their ‘readiness’ program for Super Rugby 2013.
TweetThe South African Rugby Union has reaffirmed its commitment to the establishment of the Southern Kings franchise in the Southern and Eastern Cape rugby regions.
TweetPlayers and fans in the black rugby stronghold of South Africa’s Eastern Cape say officials have broken promises to get their local side into Super Rugby.