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​Kallis's lesson on continually improving was lost on Cricket South Africa
​Kallis's lesson on continually improving was lost on Cricket South Africa
The very best cricketers in the world may have been born with part of their talent but, whatever percentage is described as “natural”, it is...
The nice guys of cricket leave being dickheads to, well, the real dickheads
The nice guys of cricket leave being dickheads to, well, the real dickheads
If consistency in cricket is the Holy Grail for batsmen and bowlers then it is surely “balance” for coaches and selectors. All-rounders are the...
CSA's match-fixing investigation is not over but the worst is probably behind us
CSA's match-fixing investigation is not over but the worst is probably behind us
Growing scepticism and mounting pressure on Cricket South Africa (CSA) to provide proof that match-fixing was not being ignored prompted the...
Money challenges the Proteas' allure
Money challenges the Proteas' allure
Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) annual awards jamboree will take place with less to celebrate than in most years of the past decade and more to be...
AB de Villiers takes a small step to the next big thing
AB de Villiers takes a small step to the next big thing
AB de Villiers may have seen today’s crunch, must-win fixture against the West Indies looming because he was eager at the beginning of the week to...
Proteas spin their way back into form
Proteas spin their way back into form
South Africa have produced the best and the worst of the cricket played during the Caribbean triangular series – which is preferable to being...
Proteas go from wilted to winners
Proteas go from wilted to winners
Rarely in the history of South African sport has so much been put right with a single result than South Africa’s 47-run victory against Australia...
Island life no breeze with much at stake
Island life no breeze with much at stake
Guyana’s original international cricket stadium, the Bourda, sits a few hundred metres from the sea but also a few feet below sea level,...
Does CSA really want the answers?
Does CSA really want the answers?
The four-person panel appointed to review the Proteas’ performance over the past year, notably the disappointment of the 2015 World Cup and this...
Coaching booms but some will not Prosper
Coaching booms but some will not Prosper
Cricket coaching is booming in South Africa with more people sitting exams and qualifying through its four stages than ever before – giving...
Transformation: Sports farce in land of pantomime
Transformation: Sports farce in land of pantomime
On Boxing Day 2015, while much of South Africa was nursing a babalas, the country’s domestic cricketers considered industrial action. Chief...
SA cricket goes under the microscope
SA cricket goes under the microscope
The Proteas don’t play another international fixture until June, which may be a source of frustration to their supporters but a blessing in...

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