The legal case between Stellenbosch University and SA Rugby chief executive Jurie Roux will reportedly go to arbitration in November.
SA Rugby chief executive Jurie Roux has maintained that he is not guilty of mismanaging Stellenbosch University funds days before his fraud trial was meant to get under way.
SA Rugby has posted a modest post-tax profit of R2-million after two years of losses.
SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux says the concept behind World Rugby’s Nations Championship is ‘interesting’.
The Hawks have reportedly arrested former Stellenbosch University deputy head of student fees, Chris de Beer, in a case linked to SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux
SA Rugby will meet with the Human Rights Commission after an alleged racial incident took place before the Rugby Championship match between the Springboks and All Blacks at Loftus Versfeld last year.
The University of Stellenbosch’s case against SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux is likely to be heard in 2019.
The hearing into the financial mismanagement case against SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux could only take place in 2019. Roux is being sued by Stellenbosch University after he allegedly manipulated funds to favour the rugby programme during his time as the chairperson of the Maties Rugby Club. This happened over a period of nine years when Roux had access to… Read more →
Jurie Roux says SA Rugby is more likely to bid for the 2022 Sevens World Cup than the 2027 World Cup.
SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux admits it is becoming increasingly difficult to compete on an international level as a result of the player exodus. In an interview with Rugby World magazine, Roux highlighted the challenges facing South African rugby due to the ever-increasing player drain. ‘Last year we had 373 players playing in European club competitions. Any other country that… Read more →