Bulls confirm Mitchell’s departure to England
John Mitchell joined the Bulls ahead of the 2018 Super Rugby season and leaves just one year into his three year deal with the Pretoria Union.
Rassie Erasmus to take charge of the Barbarians
Rassie Erasmus has a confirmed Twickenham date with the Barbarians when they take on Argentina in the Killik Cup match on Saturday, 1 December.
PSL to probe Black Leopards chairperson's threat against ref
The PSL’s executive committee and the board of governors will on Thursday hear Black Leopards’ chairperson David Thidiela’s matter into threats he made to referee Victor Hlungwane after the 1-0 loss to Bloemfontein Celtic.
Currie Cup teams receive Bok boost
A number of Currie Cup teams have received a timely boost with news that a few of their Springbok players will be available for selection this coming weekend.
Castro, Mathoho sidelined for Chiefs clash with Free State Stars
Kaizer Chiefs have confirmed that striker Leonardo Castro and defender Eric Mathoho will not be involved in their away game to Free State Stars on Tuesday night due to ankle and groin injuries respectively.
Jardine named Golden Lions Rugby Union president
Following the resignation of former Golden Lions Rugby Union president Kevin de Klerk last month, the union has announced that Neville Jardine has been appointed as the newly elected president.
Motlhalo hat trick sinks Malawi in Banyana’s final Cosafa group game
Banyana went into the match on the back of two impressive wins in their first two matches of the group and have now clinched Group A with maximum points.
New Zealand commentator slams display of apartheid flag in Wellington
The flag, which symbolises a segregated and hurtful period of the country’s history, was carried by some South African fans at the stadium.
Bloemfontein Celtic duo Komphela, Ndengane win PSL monthly awards
The Bloemfontein Celtic duo of Steve Komphela and defender Alfred Ndengane were awarded the coach and player of the month awards for August respectively on Monday.
'You come here for the last time,' Leopards' chairperson warns ref after loss
Black Leopards Chairman David Thidiela lost his cool with referee Victor Hlungwane in his side’s 1-0 to Steve Komphela’s Bloemfontein Celtic at the Thohoyandou Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Kolisi: Boks eager to build on Wellington win
The Springboks returned home on Sunday evening from their historic 36-34 win over New Zealand at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington for the first time since 2009.
PSL Wrap: Chiefs, Chippa register first wins
Kaizer Chiefs claimed their first win of the Absa Premiership season with a comfortable 4-1 away win against Cape Town City at the Cape Town Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Luus inspires Proteas Women to series opening win over WI Women
A half-century by Suné Luus and forties from Dané van Niekerk and Laura Wolvaardt set up victory by 40 runs for the Proteas in the opening match of the ICC Women’s Championship ODI series at Kensington Oval on Sunday.
Western Province thrash Lions in entertaining Currie Cup clash
The North/South derby saw two of the competition's unbeaten sides come up against each other in a mouth-watering clash at Ellis Park.
Springboks stun All Blacks 36-34 in Wellington thriller
South Africa beat New Zealand 36-34 in a 10-try thriller at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington for their first win at the ground since 1998.
[WATCH] Your weekend sport in 60 seconds
Springboks, Kaizer Chiefs and Berlin Marathon: EWN Sport's Philasande Sixaba takes a look at the sporting weekend ahead.
Steyn, Tahir back in Proteas ODI squad for Zim series
Dale Steyn and Imran Tahir have returned to the Proteas ODI squad for the three match ODI series against Zimbabwe at the end of September.
Jesse Kriel: We want to convert the opportunities we missed last week
Springbok utility back Jesse Kriel says the team wants to make sure they convert the opportunities they missed against Australia last weekend when they take on the New Zealand Allblacks at the Wespac Stadium in Wellington on Saturday.