Neil Manthorp

SA’s living won’t be easy this summer

Acquiring the services of Ottis Gibson as the new coach, although far from straightforward, might be easier although there may be compensation to pay

Hash returns in a blaze of glory

As the Oval celebrates 100 Tests, the model role model goes back to a venue ‘close to his heart’

Greed was cricket’s game-changer

International cricket will be a shadow of its old self in 10 years’ time, Neil Manthorp predicts.

CSA gambles on T20 pot of gold

Others have done it before but the local bid is being attempted at breakneck speed

Proteas don’t have it all sewn up yet

They may have risen to second in the rankings but issues must be resolved before they face England.

Proteas skip IPL ahead of England tour

Only four players in the squad are going to India as the rest focus on staying fit for national duty

‘Get Kane’ to make SA able

Keen to set up win, the Proteas will target the Black Caps captain in the windy second Test

Black Caps scrap a thriller

SA’s under-pressure Temba Bavuma proved instrumental in turning a modest total into a respectable one.

There’s reason behind the risk-taking of SA cricket’s latest all-rounder sensation

Many are hailing him as the next Lance Klusener, but Andile Phehlukwayo is batting and bowling his own path to international recognition.

IPL bids shun budding Proteas

Besides their disappointment, CSA has issued a call-up that will hurt others

Cricket’s rising stars run gauntlet

Both the Proteas and the Black Caps are on the up, which promises an exciting challenge.

Test championship signals new dawn for five-day game

"All the new proposals must be ratified at the next ICC meeting in April, by which time the BCCI might be fully “functional” again"

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