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Cricket SA’s myopic new hierarchy

The English Tests have offered some promising performances but there’s little reason to be excited about the future of the Proteas

Graeme Smith heeds call to help stabilise SA cricket

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England pulls plug on Pietersen’s hopes for a return

South Africa-born batsman Kevin Pietersen's hopes of a recall to the national team were in tatters due to "lack of trust" in the player.

New era for SA cricket as Amla made skipper

Hashim Amla's appointment as permanent skipper signals changing times for the Proteas.

Graeme Smith bows out a different captain

The caring, empathetic man who has left the cricket field is a far cry from the brash young batsman who took the Proteas helm more than a decade ago.

Harris bowls Australia to Proteas series win

Australia's Ryan Harris took the last two wickets as South Africa came within five overs of saving the third Test - skipper Graeme Smith's final game.

Proteas still hope for draw against Australia

Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers helped the Proteas to 71 for four, at stumps on day four of the third Test against Australia.

Smith’s retirement brings SA’s reality into stark contrast

Graeme Smith's departure from international cricket will push the Proteas into a new period - lacking experience and, potentially, a leader.

Proteas Test captain Graeme Smith quits international cricket

Proteas Test captain Graeme Smith has announced an end to his international career, which will take affect after the current series against Australia.

Proteas bowled out for 287

South Africa has been bowled out for 287 in their first innings against Australia on day three of the third Test.

Wicket caused Proteas to lose, says Smith

Following Australia's win over the Proteas at the weekend, Graeme Smith has downplayed SA's under-performance, saying the wicket aided Aussie's win.

Proteas’ win a tribute to Kallis, says Smith

SA captain Graeme Smith says his team's victory over India was part of "a fitting tribute" to Jacques Kallis, who has announced his retirement.

Proteas bid King Kallis farewell with series victory

Jacques Kallis has bowed out of his final Test match for SA, playing a crucial part in the 10 wicket win over India.

India ‘shocked’ by Proteas Test draw decision

Virat Kohli says India was surprised by the Proteas' decision to draw the five-day Test, but their Test captain Graeme Smith has defended the choice.

Concussion knocks Graeme Smith out of ODIs

Test captain Graeme Smith has been withdrawn from last three one-day internationals against Pakistan because of "post concussion syndrome".

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