Returning overseas players to benefit, as Saru increases salary caps by R18 million

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Rian Oberholzer was at the meeting.
Rian Oberholzer was at the meeting.
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This was approved at a meeting of the SA Rugby Employers’ Organisation (Sareo).

Another change to the SA Rugby Collective Agreement that was unanimously approved at the meeting was that the salary cap for the Bulls, Sharks, Stormers and Lions would be increased to R95 million each for the period from July 1 next year to June 30 2025.

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