Rugby returns in New Zealand a the Super Rugby Aotearoa competition kicks off on Saturday with two clashes with Crusaders the team sitting out this weekend.
Lions Rugby Company Senior Physiotherapist Preven Appalsamy has credited Elton Jantjies’ worth ethic stating that he is “probably the most professional person that I’ve come across” in his long career at the union.
South African Minister of Sport and Arts & Culture Vusumuzi Mkhize has confirmed that while professional non-contact sports can resume next week as the country goes to level 3, contact sports will have to wait until level 1.
Bulls pivot Manie Libbok has officially joined the Sharks as Jake White’s overhaul in Pretoria continues.
Lions prodigy Wandisile Simelane has committed his future to the union after signing a contract extension keeping him at Ellis Park until 2022.
Malcolm Marx and talented Lions youngster Tyrone Green were amongst the names of the South African based player departures caused by the COVID-19 while Pieter-Steph du Toit could become another one.
Springbok World Cup-winning captain Siya Kolisi has ruled out a move overseas anytime soon saying everything he needs is already in South Africa.
The Bulls Rugby Company confirmed on Friday 1 May that they have parted ways with Head Coach Pote Human with immediate effect.
Crusaders coach Scott Robertson has revealed plans that New Zealand has for a 10 week Super Rugby if the return to sport is allowed in the country.
The Bulls have made a bid to once again cement themselves as the top South Africa franchise as they announced the appointment of World Cup winning coach Jake White as Director of Rugby.