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We need more anger about racism in South Africa

Those who want a non-racial and equal society need to unite against both whites and blacks who collaborate to entrench a racist system

Siyabonga, South Africa: Amla retires from international cricket

One of the greatest to ever pad up for the Proteas has stepped down from all formats of the game.

‘I thought I would never play again

Raisibe Ntozakhe lost her World Cup spot due to illegal bowling and has been forced to reinvent her technique

SABC appointed official broadcaster of T20 cricket league

This comes after broadcaster SuperSport pulled out as CSA's equity partners in the event.

SA, India can now kiss and make up

The ‘special relationship’ between the two cricketing nations soured nastily, but sanity will hopefully prevail now Haroon Lorgat has gone

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.

Hash tagged for captaincy

Hashim Amla's appointment as SA's Test cricket captain is likely to be ratified next week in a surprise turnaround from his usual reluctance to lead.

Proteas’ biggest enemy is self-doubt

With their confidence rattled in Sri Lanka, the Proteas must dig deep to find their way back to aplomb.

Lorgat stumps Cricket SA

Haroon Lorgat is the best man to head up local cricket, but is a pesky thorn in the side of the game's global elite.

Mbalula: I expected better from Majola

Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula has hit back at suspended Cricket South Africa CEO Gerald Majola for calling him an apartheid-style minister.

Smith, Amla centuries put SA in charge

Hashim Amla and Graeme Smith hit centuries as South Africa wiped out England's lead in the first test at The Oval, closing on 403-2.

Mbalula: Do the right thing, CSA (and be brutal)

Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula has called for immediate action from Cricket SA in the wake of the findings of the Nicholson enquiry.

Ali Bacher’s CSA cameo: For the love of the game?

Ali Bacher's appearance at Judge Nicholson's probe into the state of CSA has elicited a burning question about the former cricket boss's motives.

Bacher to explain R5m ‘precedent’ to CSA probe

Dr Ali Bacher will today explain a R5m payout cited by Cricket SA boss Gerald Majola as a precedent for his own controversial handling of bonuses.

Proteas ODI squad without Kallis and Amla

Cricket SA has announced the Proteas' one-day team will be without Jacques Kallis and Hashim Amla for the rest of their ODI series against Sri Lanka.

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