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‘Friendly’ Aussies ready for hostile tour

Coach Justin Langer and captain Aaron Finch are hopeful the game will be played in good spirits despite the expectation of crowd jeers

SA cricket reels in nightmare week

A series of whacks and punches leaves us searching for answers to woes on the pitch

India end 10-year win drought in Australia first Test nail-biter

Rishabh Pant made history by matching the record 11 catches in a Test currently held by England's Jack Russell and South Africa's AB de Villiers

Sport audit 2018: How SA’s national cricket teams performed

If our national teams are adverts of who we are then it’s little wonder we are so quick to hold them to account. So let’s do just that

AB de Villiers retires from international cricket

The batsman scored 8765 runs in 114 Tests while smashing 9577 in 228 ODIs. He has the records for the fastest 50, 100 and 150 in the ODI format

It’s time to get back to cricket

Now that his hearing is over, fans can look forward to seeing Rabada bring back the heat

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

AB de Villiers: Timing and luck led to smashing victory

The Proteas ODI captain's knock of 149 of 44 balls was a combination of the two factors, and he won't try and repeat it in the next game.

Cricket: De Villiers leads South Africa’s bid to rein in West Indies

AB de Villiers stood firm as South Africa reached 313 for five at lunch, on day three of the third Test between South Africa and the West Indies.

Proteas gear up for ICC World Twenty20

The South African cricket team have set their sights on gaining some early momentum in the tournament, beginning with their match against Sri Lanka.

AB De Villiers is keeping critics busy

His antics behind the wicket and with the bat are proving sceptics wrong, even if they won't admit it, writes Neil Manthorp.

Proteas close in on victory over Pakistan

South Africa moved ever closer to victory as Pakistan were teetering on 104 for four at tea on the third day of the first Test at the Wanderers.

Proteas leave Australia with record chase

Australia will have to produce the greatest run chase in Test history to beat South Africa in the third Test at the WACA Ground.

T20 is the proverbial whole new ball game

Disparagers of T20 cricket may not like hearing this, but the game has pushed the boundaries of tactical strategising.

Bangalore coast to victory in IPL

Tillakaratne Dilshan and AB de Villiers put on an unbroken 122-run stand as Royal Challengers Bangalore defeated Rajasthan Royals in the IPL.

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