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Pumas confirm Stonehouse resignation
Pumas coach Jimmy Stonehouse had resigned from his position to join Japanese club Toshiba Brave Lupus, the Mpumalanga Rugby Union confirmed on Wednesday. Read full article
And the award goes to...
A change is as good as a holiday, that much we all know. And if you watched any of it, you’d also know then that rugby in South Africa spent 2014 on vacation. Read full article
WP vote against relocation to Greenpoint
The Western Province Rugby Football Union has opted to suspend all talks on a possible relocation from DHL Newlands to the Cape Town Stadium following a Special General Meeting held this week. Read full article
Coaching trio signs up with WP Rugby
Western Province Rugby announced on Monday that Paul Treu, Rito Hlungwani and Hanyani Shimange will be joining their coaching staff, in various capacities, from 2015 onwards. Read full article
Saru takes control of Border's affairs
The South African Rugby Union (Saru) announced on Wednesday that it had assumed control of the financial and administrative affairs of the Border Rugby Football Union. Read full article
Emirates set to sponsor Lions
The Golden Lions success in 2014 has finally brought them on a par with their more cash-flush neighbours, as they are set to announce a partnership with global airline icon Emirates and two other sponsors. Read full article
Carr, Pollard lead nominations for Player of the Year Awards
Nizaam Carr and Handré Pollard lead the full list of nominees released by the South African Rugby Union (SARU) on Wednesday for their annual Rugby Player of the Year Awards. Read full article
Ackermann targeted by Japanese club
The Golden Lions may have just finished off a season of renewal but all indications are they will have to fight to keep their coach Johan Ackermann in South Africa after being targeted by a top club in Japan. Read full article
Botha to bulk up Sharks pack
The list of signings made by the Cell C Sharks since Gary Gold was announced as the new director of rugby at the end of October is starting to grow, with England international lock Mouritz Botha. Read full article
Kirsten to call it a day
Bulls prop Frik Kirsten has retired from rugby, the Blue Bulls Company (BBC) said on Wednesday. Read full article
Sharks looking to strengthen their attack
With Gary Gold’s desire to play exciting, attacking rugby, and in consultation between the coaching brains trust, The Sharks have brought in a specialist in the form of attack coach Brad Mooar. Read full article
Van der Merwe injured again
Springbok lock Flip van der Merwe’s hopes of making an early comeback from a knee injury were put on ice over the festive season as he suffered another injury in training this week. Read full article
Bothma wins big at Puma awards
Steval Pumas outgoing No 8 Renaldo Bothma cleaned up at the rugby union’s annual awards on Wednesday night, taking home the big prizes on offer. Read full article
Duane and Willie in line for top award
Willie le Roux and Duane Vermeulen have both been shortlisted for the International Rugby Board’s prestigious Player of the Year award. Read full article
Bulls' Ross joins Stade Francais
The Vodacom Bulls have granted an early release to loose forward Jono Ross, who will join French club Stade Francais as a medical joker. Read full article
Saracens wings bury WP challenge
A spurt of quick-fire tries from Saracens' speedy wingers halfway through the first half laid the platform for a convincing 46-22 win over Western Province at the Allianz Stadium on Sunday. Read full article
Province eager to play on artificial pitch
Western Province are relishing the prospect of playing on a firm artificial surface unaffected by the prevailing weather conditions on Sunday when they face Premiership side Saracens. Read full article
De Jongh in doubt for WP
There is uncertainty surrounding the fitness of Western Province skipper Juan de Jongh ahead of the South African side's tour match against Saracens at Allianz Park in London on Sunday. Read full article
Tinus Linee passes away
Former South Africa and Western Province centre Tinus Linee has died after losing his battle with motor neuron disease (MND) on Monday, his union have confirmed. Read full article
Champs prepare for Saracens
The DHL Western Province players and management will end their celebrations of their triumph in the Absa Currie Cup as they start their preparations on Monday for one last engagement before the summer recess. Read full article
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