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South African cricket seems stumped for solutions
South African cricket seems stumped for solutions
Winning the Rugby World Cup had an odd side-effect: it got us talking about cricket again. In hushed whispers perhaps, but talking nonetheless.
Netball is shining on court but still struggling off it
Netball is shining on court but still struggling off it
Netball became a symbol of comfort in July when African countries flexed their talent at the World Cup in Liverpool, England. These women dared to...
Stumped: What now for Proteas?
Stumped: What now for Proteas?
Danish philosopher Søren...
Sine’s a gift that will keep giving
Sine’s a gift that will keep giving
Neil Rogers, who describes himself as Sinethemba Qeshile’s “stand-in uncle”, tells a story that’s a metaphor for the new Proteas wicketkeeper-batsman’s career: “When he was about nine, Sine was left out of the cricket team at Gonubie Primary School and my son Kyle —...
Kunjani! Cricket scores isiXhosa
Kunjani! Cricket scores isiXhosa
Black Africans have been playing cricket with style, flair and success since it was first introduced to the continent but it is only now that...
Rabada cleared to play against Aussies
Rabada cleared to play against Aussies
Kagiso Rabada's bid to overturn an international Test ban has succeeded.
Rabada needs a miracle to play in Cape Town
Rabada needs a miracle to play in Cape Town
Proteas speedster Kagiso Rabada's appeal against his two-Test suspension has given South African cricket fans a smidgen of hope.
Dream deferred, spectacle born
Dream deferred, spectacle born
Unperturbed by the rain, frolicking young children run tirelessly up and down the grass embankment. The increasingly greasy surface hosts some...
Lonwabo Tsotsobe charged with breaching CSA's anti-corruption code
Lonwabo Tsotsobe charged with breaching CSA's anti-corruption code
Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Monday charged former Proteas and Highveld Lions player Lonwabo Tsotsobe with several breaches of its Anti-Corruption...
​Proteas are finally doing it the SA way
​Proteas are finally doing it the SA way
South African cricket, the national team and even the administration, attempted to emulate Australia for the best part of 15 years because they...
​Kallis's lesson on continually improving was lost on Cricket South Africa
​Kallis's lesson on continually improving was lost on Cricket South Africa
The very best cricketers in the world may have been born with part of their talent but, whatever percentage is described as “natural”, it is...
Cricket SA torpedoes review panel before it starts
Cricket SA torpedoes review panel before it starts
On Friday afternoon, shortly before the start of the first ODI in Guyana, came a Cricket South Africa (CSA) press release so full of doublespeak that...

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