Springbok and Bulls No 8 Pierre Spies is on the road to recovery - and looks meaner than ever! Watch out All Blacks!
New Springbok call-up Rudy Paige is over the moon after his inclusion in the Bok squad.
SA's bakkie specialists, Isuzu, have announced that they have partnered with the Blue Bulls as their official vehicle partner.
The Blue Bulls have confirmed the extension of contracts with promising junior players Marvin Orie and Joshua Stander.
The Eastern Province Kings have announced the signing of Blue Bulls flyhalf Tony Jantjies ahead of the 2015 season.
Pierre Spies, who is recovering from a bicep injury, is expected to be back on the training field early in the new year.
The Blue Bulls have confirmed that Werner Kruger, Akona Ndungane and Duncan Matthews have extended their contracts.
Loose forward Jono Ross says his move from the Bulls to French club Stade Francais will start an exciting new chapter in his career.
The Blue Bulls have granted loose forward Jono Ross an early release from his contract to join French club, Stade Francais.
Expect a significantly superior Super Rugby 2015 group effort from the South African sides, says Rob Houwing .
The Golden Lions have snapped up a quartet of Blue Bulls players - including two SA Under-20 stars and a Springbok Sevens player.
The Bulls are likely to lose the services of hooker Callie Visagie for the first few weeks of the 2015 season as he undergoes surgery.
As the Blue Bulls sit and contemplate their loss against WP, there are a number of uncomfortable questions that need to be answered.
In the aftermath of their defeat to WP, Blue Bulls coach Frans Ludeke has highlighted the positives they can take from the season.
WP's good start and half-time lead effectively put the match beyond the reach of Blue Bulls in their Currie Cup semi-final.