Captain’s armband will not change Sharks’ Am

Durban in the News: Captain's armband will not change Sharks' Am: Lukhanyo Am is a man who prefers to let his actions on the field do the talking, but the decision to make him Sharks captain was a popular one. KZN horror crash: Truck driver who killed 24 people released from prison: Swazi-born truck driver Sanele Goodness May, who was at the wheel of a truck that killed 24 people in 2013, has been released from prison, his supporters have said. Fugitive wanted for string of KwaZulu-Natal killings arrested: A KwaZulu-Natal fugitive … [Read more...]


CELL C SHARKS CAPTAIN AND SQUAD ANNOUNCEMENT: Durban, 21st January 2020: The Cell C Sharks are delighted to announce the appointment of Springbok centre, Lukhanyo Am, as our captain for the 2020 Vodacom Super Rugby competition. The 26-year-old started his rugby at Border before his career took off with the Southern Kings in 2016. Later that year he made the move north to Durban and hasn’t looked back. Reacting to his appointment, Lukhanyo said: “It is a huge honour and privilege to be chosen to lead this team of brothers. We have an … [Read more...]

Sharks backline: As potent as ANY in 2020?

Durban in the News: Sharks backline: As potent as ANY in 2020?: If the Sharks are genuinely committed to new ways this year, their backline has the potential to be among the most explosive in Super Rugby, says Rob Houwing. Bok centre Am named Sharks captain for 2020: Springbok centre Lukhanyo Am has been named captain of the Sharks for the 2020 Super Rugby season. 'Drunk' stepfather allegedly killed 3-year-old girl by slamming her against the floor: A month after allegedly assaulting his girlfriend and brutally murdering his 3-year-old … [Read more...]

Sharks name 9 Boks to face Stormers at Super Hero Sunday

Durban in the News: Sharks name 9 Boks to face Stormers at Super Hero Sunday: Nine Springboks have been included in the Sharks' starting XV for their Super Hero Sunday match against the Stormers. Sharks far too strong for Russia - again: For the second successive week, the Sharks demolished the Russian national team. Click HERE to submit your Durban and Kwa-Zulu Natal news. … [Read more...]