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Lions change two for Jaguares clash

Ross Cronje and Aphiwe Dyantyi will start for the Lions against the Jaguares on Saturday as they look to make a third successive semi.

Tendai Mtawarira to hit 150 in Sharks quarter-final

Sharks boss Robert du Preez has been able to name an unchanged 23 on Saturday, with Tendai Mtawarira set to make his 150th appearance.

Springboks pick five uncapped players

Salmaan Moerat, Marco van Staden, Damian Willemse, JD Schickerling and Cobus Wiese are the five uncapped players invited to a Bok camp.

Cape Cobras join forces with WP Rugby and Cape Town City FC to honour Madiba

The Nelson Mandela Foundation in partnership with Habitat for Humanity SA and the Department of Human Settlements is honouring Tata Madiba’s legacy by building 100 homes for 100 families across 3 provinces: Western Cape, Gauteng & KwaZulu-Natal.

Sharks make play-offs after edging Jaguares

The Sharks progressed to the Super Rugby play-offs at the expense of the Rebels as they beat the Jaguares 20-10 at Kings Park on Saturday.

Lions win to seal second place

The Lions secured second place in the Super Rugby standings and a possible home semi-final after defeating the Bulls 38-12 at Ellis Park.

Kwagga Smith heading to Japan on short-term deal

Lions back-row Kwagga Smith will leave the Johannesburg-based side on a temporary basis after joining Japanese club Yamaha Jubilo.

Bulls sweating on Handre Pollard injury

The Bulls are sweating over the fitness of Springbok fly-half Handre Pollard ahead of Saturday's encounter with the Lions in Johannesburg.

Duane Vermeulen joins Kubota Spears

Springbok number eight Duane Vermeulen has signed a deal with Japanese club Kubota Spears, after his contract with Toulon recently came to an end.

Adriaan Strauss hangs up boots

Bulls hooker Adriaan Strauss has announced that he will be retiring from professional rugby at the end of the 2018 Super Rugby season.

South Africa lose in Cape Town but win series

England finished their tour of South Africa on a high when they claimed a 25-10 victory over the Springboks in the third Test.
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