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Proteas must all bloom to steal show
Proteas must all bloom to steal show
We have been here before. Despite losing out to England in the warm-up series, South Africa head into an International Cricket Council (ICC)...
Black cricketers, you’re on your own
Black cricketers, you’re on your own
Lonwabo Tsotsobe, 33, played five Tests, 61 one-day internationals and 23 T20 internationals for South Africa in a career that began with much...
'Gutless' ICC accused of bias
'Gutless' ICC accused of bias
Cricket’s governing body was accused this week of allowing the series between India and Australia to descend into anarchy after Steve Smith and...
Black Caps scrap a thriller
Black Caps scrap a thriller
South Africa’s Test cricket record against New Zealand suggests complete domination, with 12 series victories out of 15 and three drawn. Only one...
Cricket's rising stars run gauntlet
Cricket's rising stars run gauntlet
AB de Villiers and Brendon McCullum laid their sporting souls bare before the epic World Cup semifinal at Eden Park in Auckland two years ago when...
Test championship signals new dawn for five-day game
Test championship signals new dawn for five-day game
On the off-chance that international cricket is played between nations in a meaningful and recognisable format — such as a league — in...
Change sets Proteas on right path
Change sets Proteas on right path
The cliques running cricket have been dismissed, allowing the best players to shine. And this, incidentally, means an embarrassment of riches in the...
Russell Domingo silences his critics
Russell Domingo silences his critics
When Gary Kirsten became national coach in 2012 and appointed Russell Domingo as his assistant, it was, to a degree, payback.
The future of South African cricket is black and bright
The future of South African cricket is black and bright
Just a few weeks in and 2017 has already been quite a year for transformation in cricket. When the Proteas completed an emphatic series win against...
[Updated] JP Duminy powers South Africa to 174-2 at tea
[Updated] JP Duminy powers South Africa to 174-2 at tea
Two quick wickets after lunch failed to stem the flow of runs as South Africa reached 174 for two at tea on the opening day of the first test...
Young Ones come into their own
Young Ones come into their own
In a bleak year worldwide, at least South African cricket supporters had something to cheer about — a triumphant Proteas performance down...
Ball-tampering a Faf about nothing
Ball-tampering a Faf about nothing
Dismissing the controversy of sugarcoating the cricket ball in order to assist with shine, and therefore swing, as a “laughable joke” sounded...

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