Watch this incredible sighting as a lone serval manages to keep four cheetahs at bay – and survive to tell the tale!
This intense moment show a lost cheetah calling out for its mate, but instead attracts two aggressive baboons.
Thanks to India and Namibia deal that will begin with a first batch of 8 African cheetahs into ‘a carefully chosen location’ in India
A new Currie Cup champion will be crowned next Saturday after a weekend of dramatic semi-final action saw both the Bulls and Cheetahs lose.
Two tries at the death saw the Pumas stun the Cheetahs 38-35 in Saturday’s Currie Cup semi-final in Bloemfontein.
The Cheetahs rediscovered their form at just the right time to defeat the Bulls in Bloemfontein to seal top spot on the Currie Cup standings.
The Cheetahs rediscovered their mojo at just the right time to defeat the Bulls in Bloemfontein and seal top spot on the Currie Cup log.
Last weekend’s penultimate round of Currie Cup matches produced another bag full of high drama leaving the log delicately poised.
South Africa’s involvement into the top-flight of Northern Hemisphere club rugby has received a massive boost.
Frans Steyn has interestingly revealed how and why he opted against a lucrative move to Japan, instead deciding to stay with the Cheetahs.
The Cheetahs have confirmed that Springbok veterans Frans Steyn and Ruan Pienaar have extended their contracts.
The Cheetahs’ hopes of competing in a possible United Rugby Championship second – or ‘B’ division – have been crushed.
A closer look at how the Currie Cup standings look at the halfway mark of the 2022 season. Close your eyes, Lions fans …
A huge collision between WP’s Angelo Davids and the Cheetahs’ Rosko Specman concerned Currie Cup viewers on Wednesday.
Cheetahs vs Western Province LIVE scores.
Highlights of all 3 matches in this weekend’s Currie Cup as the Cheetahs, Sharks and Bulls put daylight between them and the chasing bunch.
The Cheetahs, Sharks and Bulls have put some daylight between them and the chasing bunch in the latest Currie Cup standings.
There wasn’t much movement at the top of the Currie Cup standings, but the Cheetahs, Sharks and Bulls enjoyed good victories this weekend.
The Cheetahs continued their perfect start to the Currie Cup with a 28-17 win over the Pumas in Nelspruit on Saturday.
The Pumas will be looking to bounce back from their loss to the team from the Northern Cape two weeks ago when they host the Toyota Cheetahs in a 14:30 kick-off in Nelspruit.
Currie Cup action resumes on Friday evening, with a number of sides looking to overtake the Bulls at the top of the standings.
Track the action as the Cheetahs travel north to face the Bulls at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria on Wednesday afternoon.
Currie Cup action resumes on Wednesday, 2 February after a break of two weeks with three clashes in Kimberley, Pretoria and Durban.