The draw for 2015's Super Rugby season has been released, with defending champions the Waratahs hosting Western Force in Round 1.
Western Province Rugby have announced the signing of Bulls hooker Bongi Mbonambi, who will join them ahead of the 2015 campaign.
Bulls number eight Pierre Spies says he is planning to extend his career with a move overseas after the 2015 season.
Bulls tighthead prop Frik Kirsten has been advised by doctors retire due to a serious neck injury.
Bulls lock Victor Matfield is hoping to make it eight wins out of eight on home soil this year when his side takes on the Rebels on Friday....
To say the Rebels face a tough task against the Bulls in Pretoria on Friday could be the understatement of this year's tournament.
Waratahs utility forward Jacques Potgieter has turned down the chance to return to the Bulls for next year's Super Rugby tournament.
Flanker Roelof Smit will make his first start for the Bulls in Friday's clash with the Melbourne Rebels in Pretoria.
The Bulls saw their play-off hopes disintegrate on Saturday as they went down 16-0 against the Stormers at Newlands in Cape Town.
The Bulls have confirmed that three incumbent Springboks, Jan Serfontein, Handrè Pollard and Marcel van der Merwe will stay in Pretoria....
The Stormers and Bulls might not be amongst the top teams, but both will be highly-motivated when they meet in Cape Town on Saturday....
South Africa hooker Adriaan Strauss has reportedly rejected a contract extension from the Cheetahs and will join the Bulls.
Victor Matfield has played 12 times for the Bulls and four times for the Boks this season. Still, though, no rest is forthcoming.
Former Tonga second row and captain Inoke Afeaki is optimistic Singapore can secure the soon to be open spot in Super Rugby.
SANZAR will introduce a strengthened concussion test for players in Super Rugby in line with moves made by the IRB.
The Bulls have confirmed the departure of promising young lock Paul Willemse to ambitious Top 14 club Grenoble.
Bulls fly-half Jacques-Louis Potgieter has signed an extension to his deal until 2016, the Pretoria-based team confirmed on Tuesday.