The Indian cricket team says it has no part in the administrative problems between Cricket SA and the Board of Cricket Control in India.
The SA cricket team's chronic affliction returned in a good game to lose, but their loss against Pakistan on Wednesday bodes ill for the World Cup.
The games against Pakistan have given our cricket players the perfect opportunity to show off their chops.
The Proteas cricketer's fledgling foundation will initially benefit his childhood school, the Alviro Petersen Cricket School and NGO 2nd Chance.
Jacques Kallis is unfairly being allowed to pick and choose when he plays for the national team, according to former Proteas batsman Herschelle Gibbs.
Senior members of the South African cricket team accept it's time they 'started playing some proper cricket'.
Pakistan's wily spinners gave a masterclass in slow bowling to bamboozle South Africa's batting lineup and lead their side to a 66-run victory.
Does the Proteas' miraculous win over Pakistan signal a turning point in their ODI cricket fortunes?
The Proteas say they were outplayed by Pakistan after they suffered a seven-wicket defeat after tea on the fourth day.
The team will need to overcome the lack of practice that led to its lacklustre performance this week if it is to maintain its winning streak.
The Champions Trophy is short and sharp with no room for error as the Proteas take on the world's top teams.
One man's misfortune is another's gain. David Miller owed his place in South Africa's Champion's Trophy squad to Jacques Kallis's withdrawal.
The South African seam attack stepped up to the plate in the absence of the two top bowlers, said Proteas captain AB de Villiers on Sunday.
South African test team aims at nothing but victory over Pakistan.
South Africa suffered their worst defeat in Twenty20 cricket when Pakistan walloped them by 95 runs in their T20 international in Centurion on Sunday.
The disparity between the success of the Proteas Test team and the uncertainty of the ODI and T20 squads is vexing cricket-lovers around the country.
While the third Test between SA and Pakistan is a dead rubber, no extra motivation is required for the players, says Proteas' coach Gary Kirsten.
The Proteas have fought back on the third morning of the second test against Pakistan scoring 109 runs in for the loss of just two wickets.
When Pakistan were rolled over for 49 at the Wanderers many an eyebrow was raised â€“ although not by those who watched the events unfold live.