But by bringing AB de Villiers home the real losers are Bangladesh's cricket lovers.
Parliament's opposition are in a rare agreement: SA embarrassed itself by letting Bashir violate a court order and leave the country.
The serious news this week that just can't be taken seriously.
Under the Rome Statute, South Africa would still have to co-operate on unresolved matters such as Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir's departure.
The Bashir saga uncovered the blatant hypocrisy and double standards that operate at the behest of powerful nations such as the United States.
The International Criminal Court could step in and effectively overrule the National Prosecuting Authority if the NPA does not or cannot act.
Cricket president N?Srinivasan is infamous for being against player influence, but South African Tony Irish may be just the man to thaw him.
While prosecutors at the ICC seek access to Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta's bank and phone records, his government denies intimidating witnesses.
Cricket South Africa has met to discuss the proposed new administration of the game, but wants further talks before reaching agreement on the revamp.
Former Test opener Lou Vincent has confirmed he is one of three New Zealand past players being investigated for match fixing by the ICC.
The UN Security Council is to vote on a resolution calling for crimes against humanity charges against Kenya's leaders to be deferred.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has been granted his request to be excused from some court sessions during his trial at the ICC.
An extraordinary summit this weekend seeks to ease tension between the African Union and the ICC.
Former UN secretary general Kofi Annan has come to the defence of the ICC, which has been criticised for "unfairly targeting Africans".
The fact that all the court’s cases are focused on Africa does not mean they are without basis. The AU must stand firm with the victims.
Will Kenya's withdrawal from the Rome Statute be a missed opportunity for positive complementarity, asks Allan Ngari.
Kenya's Vice-President William Ruto has pleaded not guilty to charges against him at the opening of his trial at the International Criminal Court.
England and Australia players have rejected claims that bats may have been tampered with during the Ashes series to avoid infrared camera detection.