WP have announced that Paul Treu, Rito Hlungwani and Hanyani Shimange are set to join their coaching structures in 2015.
Bok hooker Scarra Ntubeni will be gleefully reunited with his lost (then found) dog after the Bok tour, writes Rob Houwing .
English club Bath are reportedly setting their sights on signing Springbok No 8 Duane Vermeulen after next year's World Cup.
Western Province coach Allister Coetzee has hinted that the union could add more players to their squad ahead of the 2015 season.
All three of the Stormers' new front-row recruits for 2015 will be in action for WP in their one-off meeting with Saracens.
Western Province have paid tribute to three front rankers - Pat Cilliers, Brok Harris and Tiaan Liebenberg - who have left the union.
WP boss Gert Smal is hoping a deal can be negotiated allowing Seabelo Senatla to play Super Rugby for the Stormers.
Expect a significantly superior Super Rugby 2015 group effort from the South African sides, says Rob Houwing .
Injuries have forced Springbok and Western Province hooker Tiaan Liebenberg to call time on his rugby career.
Western Province coach Allister Coetzee believes they can carry the momentum gained from winning the Currie Cup into Super Rugby.
Springbok and WP flank Siya Kolisi has listed regaining his Stormers starting berth as first target for 2015.
Springbok and Stormers No 8 Duane Vermeulen has been named as the Western Province Rugby Union's best forward players of the year.
Western Province and Stormers loose forward Nizaam Carr was the big winner at the 2014 WP Rugby Awards evening.
Rob Houwing reckons South Africa’s “big three” powers have little to grumble about in 2015 Super Rugby roster terms.
Contracted Springboks could well be rested for certain periods during next year's Super Rugby competition.