The Proteas "won rusty" at the start of their New Zealand tour, but win they did.
India – and money – dictates the game, which is going to bite those who so readily sold out.
The Black Caps are an all-star team and will brutally test the strength of the South Africans.
Those talented enough to make it to KwaZulu's top cricketing schools face enormous language, cultural and academic challenges.
Cricket president N?Srinivasan is infamous for being against player influence, but South African Tony Irish may be just the man to thaw him.
Taking cricket to KwaZulu-Natal's impoverished areas presents several challenges, but the rewards are great.
Nothing but good intentions from CSA, but black players who earned their spot aren't so happy with 'token' places.
A spot in the Dolphins squad could be the first step to greatness for two hard-working teenagers.
Aaron Phangiso has grabbed a belated opportunity to confirm his position as a worthy second Ptoteasspinner behind Imran Tahir.
Their score vindicated De Villiers's point that cricket is played as much in the head as on the field.
The new Proteas all-rounder may only come in at number seven, but he does take regular wickets.
Mahela Jayawardene enjoyed a fitting farewell to Test cricket on home ground as Sri Lanka completed a 2-0 series win against Pakistan.
Following his worst and last series, Jacques Kallis has retired before what would have been his sixth World Cup.
Aggressive hundreds from Quinton de Kock and AB de Villiers gave the SA cricket team their first ODI series win over Sri Lanka on the island.
Why Tahir is so expensive and ineffective in Tests but a wicket-taker in limited-overs cricket.
Tucking into shellfish requires skill and they hold many surprises, not unlike the Sri Lankan team.
The board of Cricket South Africa will only discuss the selection on June 3, but two new players should be on the list having been consistently good.
Cricket South Africa transformation manager Jordaan and high-performance coach Barnes will both sit on the selection debate but will not have a vote.
With no more 'Indian money' to paper over the cracks, cricket's fat is being trimmed and the sport in SA is undergoing a reboot.