SA Rugby puts Southern Kings into voluntary liquidation

published 19.09.2020 17:18

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• February 2016: Kings return to Vodacom Super Rugby when the competition expands to 18 teams.

• November 2015: SA Rugby takes control of the franchise when EPRU‚ to whom the operation of the franchise had been granted‚ ran into financial trouble.

• August 2013: Kings lose place in Vodacom Super Rugby in a two-legged play off against the Emirates Lions.

• February 2013: Kings compete in the Vodacom Super Rugby competition as one of five South African teams.

• September 2020: The board of SA Super Rugby (Pty) Ltd – which trades as the Southern Kings – places the company into voluntary liquidation.