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Illegal betting syndicates target MSL cricket
Illegal betting syndicates target MSL cricket
It was a sweltering, late-winter day on March 19 2000 and India were playing host to the Proteas in a one-day international on a dry Nagpur wicket....
Proteas must dare to be elite
Proteas must dare to be elite
The Proteas Women must decide where they fit into the international cricket hierarchy. Are they worthy of concern Down Under? Or are they destined...
Proteas’ habitual arrogance belies their status
Proteas’ habitual arrogance belies their status
The crows in Sri Lanka are ubiquitous. The cynical suggest this is because of the bodies piled up during the 30-year civil war between the...
SABC appointed official broadcaster of T20 cricket league
SABC appointed official broadcaster of T20 cricket league
Cricket South Africa (CSA) and the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) on Tuesday announced a joint exclusive partnership for the new...
Smith slams decision to overturn Rabada ban
Smith slams decision to overturn Rabada ban
Australia captain Steve Smith has criticised the 
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.
Slow-starting India can’t be written off
Slow-starting India can’t be written off
The last time India arrived in South Africa as the No 1-ranked team in the world, they had a local hero as their coach. Gary Kirsten wanted to...
Call for CSA to pay T20 players
Call for CSA to pay T20 players
South Africa’s planned T20 Global League has been postponed for a year, which could leave players seeking compensation.
Quotaless T20 a big step backwards
Quotaless T20 a big step backwards
Earlier this year, Cricket South Africa (CSA) said it would be launching a Global T20 League. Up to this point, South African interest in our T20...
CSA gambles on T20 pot of gold
CSA gambles on T20 pot of gold
It is hard to imagine now but English football was in sharp decline in the late 1980s and, following a five-year ban from European competition in...
Resorting to quotas is a result of the expensive failure to produce black cricketers
Resorting to quotas is a result of the expensive failure to produce black cricketers
A week during which the rest of the major cricket nations were furrowing their brows over the lack of context and relevance in bilateral cricket...
CSA's match-fixing investigation is not over but the worst is probably behind us
CSA's match-fixing investigation is not over but the worst is probably behind us
Growing scepticism and mounting pressure on Cricket South Africa (CSA) to provide proof that match-fixing was not being ignored prompted the...

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