Odd, isn’t it, that of all the changes we are prepared to make to Test cricket, the colour of the clothes the game is played in appears sacrosanct?
Cricket SA chief executive Haroon Lorgat says the structural and governance reforms voted for in the International Cricket Council are manageable.
The International Cricket Council board has passed key structural and financial reforms, effectively placing India, England and Australia in charge.
Cricket South Africa has met to discuss the proposed new administration of the game, but wants further talks before reaching agreement on the revamp.
England and Australia players have rejected claims that bats may have been tampered with during the Ashes series to avoid infrared camera detection.
Veteran Jacques Kallis has moved back into the top spot in the Test rankings for all-rounders in the latest International Cricket Council ratings.
The ICC has launched an "urgent investigation" after allegations were levelled by India TV that several umpires were willing to fix matches for money.
World cricket's new CEO has defended a U-turn over appeals technology, adding he won't drag powerful India "kicking and screaming" into accepting it.
Dave Richardson, the new chief executive of the International Cricket Council, is certainly no pushover, writes Neil Manthorp.
The International Cricket Council has decided to expand the World Twenty20 tournament and four more berths to the upcoming 2014 edition.
Ehsan Mani has advocated for the legalisation of betting in India, saying it should be better regulated because illegal betting is causing corruption.
Pakistan cricketer Mohammad Amir has expressed his anger at former teammate Salman Butt, saying Butt should not have 'involved me in all this'.
CSA boss Gerald Majola has pleaded innocent after a ministerial inquiry recommended he be suspended and made to repay a R1.75-million bonus.
Future International Cricket Council presidents are likely to have reduced powers after the governing body's board recommended splitting the job.
The Proteas could regain a top spot in the world Test rankings and pocket about R1.4-million if it secures a whitewash over New Zealand in March.
The MCC World Cricket Committee says lifetime bans for captains, vice-captains and coaches found guilty of corruption will help root out the problem.
According to the International Cricket Council, Jacques Kallis has climbed back to second position in the world rankings for batsmen and all-rounders.
Proteas medium fast bowler Vernon Philander rocketed up 12 places on the Reliance ICC Test Bowling rankings released on Monday.
Australian fast bowler Ryan Harris says two-Test series' are pointless and that the International Cricket Council needs to get their priorities right.