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Proteas change it up to blossom again

The Proteas have entered the England ODI series with nine changes from their World Cup line-up, as well as a new captain. It’s paying off, so far

Lions welcome back Alviro Petersen

Ahead of their domestic four-day series clash with the Warriors, Alviro Petersen has returned to the Highveld Lions - who were bowled out last week.

Lions captain steps down after ‘interference’

Alviro Petersen has quit as Lions captain after "interference" by the convenor of the selectors and board, says the Gauteng Cricket Board.

Alviro Petersen sets up charitable foundation

The Proteas cricketer's fledgling foundation will initially benefit his childhood school, the Alviro Petersen Cricket School and NGO 2nd Chance.

SA end dry spell with sweeping victory over Sri Lanka

South Africa has won their first home Test series in over three years by beating Sri Lanka by 10 wickets with more than a day to spare in Cape Town.

Petersen and Kallis earn centuries at Newlands

After making a "pair" in Durban, Jacques Kallis celebrated his 150th Test by scoring an unbeaten 159 in the final Test against Sri Lanka at Newlands.

SA on edge to recover against Sri Lanka

Captain Graeme Smith says South Africa needs to bounce back when they face Sri Lanka in the third and final Test at Newlands.

Steyn takes six wickets as India dismissed for 205

Dale Steyn took his 15th Test "fifer" as India were dismissed for 205 before lunch on day two of the second Test at Kingsmead on Monday.

Bangladesh tour a guide to SA cricket’s future

The future of South African cricket has a chance to catch the eye of national selectors when the South Africa A side departs for Bangladesh this week.

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