Gallo Images leaps into action this weekend as we travel to Durban and Cape Town to cover the Currie Cup semi-finals. John Mitchell's coaching nous seems to have done the trick in recent weeks. After a string of positive results, his Vodacom Bulls side have surged into the top 4. However, their opponents in the forthcoming match, the Cell C Sharks, are smarting from a home loss to DHL Western Province, which saw the Cape based team secure a home semi-final. Province are up against the Xerox Golden Lions and with the Springboks returning to their respective Provinces, it should see some healthy interest in both fixtures. We also have coverage of the Division 1 Final, as Down Touch Griffons take on the Leopards on Friday night.

Other notable events in the coming days include boxing from Emperors Palace, the Soweto Derby at FNB Stadium, while Bangladesh continue with their tour of the country.

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