SA Rugby sides face pay cut challenges

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A happy coach Jake White behind his winning captain Duane Vermeulen celebrates the Vodacom Bulls’ victory in the Super Rugby Unlocked competition. Picture: Gordon Arons / Gallo Images
A happy coach Jake White behind his winning captain Duane Vermeulen celebrates the Vodacom Bulls’ victory in the Super Rugby Unlocked competition. Picture: Gordon Arons / Gallo Images

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December 31 marks the end of the collectively bargained industry salary plan, which was part of SA Rugby’s industry financial impact plan to cut costs in response to the Covid-19 outbreak earlier this year. It kicked in at the end of May.

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