Firdose Moonda

Proteas may yet bloom in England

A strong Test side and a rampant women’s team will prove that player drain hasn’t been calamitous

Change sets Proteas on right path

Despite the departure of top players, there is a big pool of young players to draw from.

Kyle Abbott: The embodiment of the past, present and future of SA cricket

The past, the present and the future of South African cricket were all embodied in one man during the Newlands Test this week: Kyle Abbott.

Oliver Mtukudzi: Troubadour for troubled times

Through his soul-stirring music, Mtukudzi is a potent symbol of Zimbabwe’s pain and resilience.

Sri Lanka is a tourist’s cup of tea

The country has had 23.1% more visitors than last year, thanks to its beverage and ?exchange rate that go down well with visitors.

Breaking fresh ground with studio in a 4×4

Wired for Sound is a mobile musical machine. Its pilot project resulted in a 17-track album, a framework to support community radio.

RETRACTED Siphe Mzaidume: A cricket migrant with a difference

This article has been retracted due to factual errors.

Saying goodbye to Grace

Though the Rosebank establishment had the elegance of a real Jo'burg grande dame, that refinement wasn't enough to keep it going.

Majola set to be cleared

An independent forensic audit ordered by CSA is set to clear Gerald Majola of wrongdoing in relation to a hefty bonus he received from the IPL in 2009

Sri Lanka cool and committed

The national team knows exactly what is expected of them, as captain Kumar Sangakkara explained after their semifinal win.

Dhaka electric as World Cup fever runs high

Bangladesh is what South Africa was nine months ago: a boisterous puppy dog, proud and eager to show off all its new tricks.

If it doesn’t feature the Indian team, it’s not really cricket

It's an understatement to think cricket is big in India but to see how it trumps matches between any other teams is an all-consuming reality.

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