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Springbok and Sharks lock Pieter-Steph du Toit hopes he can make an immediate impact when he returns to the field after injury.
Sharks and Bok loose forward Marcell Coetzee says Brendan Venter has given the players free reign to express themselves.
Sharks flyhalf Tim Swiel says he has settled in nicely at English club Harlequins, who he joined on loan last year.
Sharks prop Thomas du Toit hopes he can continue the impressive form he displayed during his 2014 debut season.
Forgotten Springbok centre Waylon Murray has received a chance to revive his career at the Sharks.
Sharks assistant coach Paul Anthony says they will be out to play a more attacking brand of rugby in 2015.
Pumas lock Lubabalo "Giant" Mtyanda hopes his training stint with the Sharks will earn him a spot in their final Super Rugby squad.
Pumas lock Lubabalo "Giant" Mtyanda is training with the Sharks as they prepare for the Super Rugby competition.
Brendan Venter has taken charge of the Sharks in pre-season with Director or Rugby Gary Gold still tied up with commitments in Japan.
Pieter-Steph du Toit and Willem Alberts are back training with the Sharks after long injury layoffs.
New Zealand-born wing Jack Wilson has joined the Sharks from English club Saracens ahead of next year's Super Rugby competition.
The Sharks have welcomed the decision to award one of SA’s two Rugby Championship Tests in 2015 to Kings Park.
English club Saracens say that losing lock Mouritz Botha to the Sharks is a massive blow to their fortunes.
The Sharks have announced the signing of English international lock Mouritz Botha on a two-year deal.
Former Golden Lions coach John Mitchell has revealed that he was approached by the Sharks for a job but they could not afford him.
Graham Mackenzie has been re-elected as president of the KZN Rugby Union.
Super failure for SA teams
Does the Waratahs' Super Rugby victory give the Wallabies an edge heading into the Rugby Championship?
The Wallabies were always going to be the team to beat
Nope, no stopping the All Blacks
Springboks all the way!
Pumas to shock one and all...
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