Former Proteas wicketkeeper Mark Boucher says it's unlikely that he will play professional cricket again after being hit in the eye with a bail.
The doctor treating former South Africa wicketkeeper Mark Boucher says he could regain some vision in his left eye and play again.
South Africa lost one of its most prized cricketing assets when Mark Boucher was forced to call time on his cricket career, writes Nickolaus Bauer.
Wicketkeeper Mark Boucher's injury might have ironically given the Proteas the extra edge they need to face England, writes Neil Manthorp.
Highveld Lions wicketkeeper Thami Tsolekile has been recalled to the Proteas, after eight years in the wilderness, as a replacement for Mark Boucher.
Veteran Proteas wicketkeeper Mark Boucher has announced his retirement from international cricket after undergoing surgery on his left eye.
Mark Boucher will undergo eye surgery after suffering a freak accident during the first day of the Proteas' tour opener against Somerset.
The Proteas have their claim to the world No. 1 Test ranking to keep in mind when they begin their three-match Test series against New Zealand.
Recording the largest victory margin in South African first-class cricket, the Titans beat the Dolphins to almost lift the SuperSport Series trophy.
Wicketkeeper Mark Boucher has six months of Test cricket left before his Proteas career ends.
Proteas medium fast bowler Vernon Philander rocketed up 12 places on the Reliance ICC Test Bowling rankings released on Monday.
South Africa went one-up in the three-Test series, beating Sri Lanka by an innings and 81 runs on day three of the opening Test at SuperSport Park.
While South African cricket battles with its management, Sri Lanka have nothing to lose in their upcoming series, which spells danger for the Proteas.
In a three-way charity putting competition against Mark Boucher and Barry Richards, Jacques Kallis put his colleagues to shame at Simola Golf Estate.
Jacques Kallis was hailed as a cricketing great by teammate Mark Boucher and opponent Harbhajan Singh on Wednesday.
Jacques Kallis grafted a brave unbeaten half-century to lift SA to 212-6 at tea on the fourth day of the third Test against India on Wednesday.
South Africa named batsman Colin Ingram in their squad on Tuesday for the limited-overs series against Zimbabwe and Pakistan next month.
The Proteas' laid-back selectors have their work cut out for them.
Jacques Kallis and Mark Boucher have recovered from injury and will be available to the Warriors for the Standard Bank Domestic Pro20 Final on Friday.
The scenic town of Paarl is braced for a night to remember when the MTN40 semifinal between the Cape Cobras and the Warriors takes place on Friday.