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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.

Poor form puts Amla’s World Cup place in jeopardy

The Proteas batsman faces being axed from the Wrold Cup squad after a poor run of form against Sri Lanka

Wilting Proteas must accept death

A complacent side and reluctance to take risks and trial new players puts World Cup in jeopardy

SA cricket reels in nightmare week

A series of whacks and punches leaves us searching for answers to woes on the pitch

Bowlers incite our bloodlust

From the stands: Centurion and Wanderers

Proteas want respect for ‘positive’ cricket after Du Plessis banned

Du Plessis was banned for one Test after being found guilty of captaining a team which maintained a slow over-rate

Proteas beat Pakistan by nine wickets to clinch Test series

South Africa lead the three-match series 2-0

Faf backs Amla to regain form

Amla was moved down to number four in the order for South Africa’s most recent Test against Sri Lanka in Colombo in July

Pakistan is either good or ghastly

​Perhaps no cricket-playing nation conjures the vicissitudes and vagaries of the game quite like Pakistan

Sri Lanka close in on whitewash of the Proteas

The Proteas have not been whitewashed anywhere in the world since 2006

Late Proteas implosion gifts India hope

It was far from the high-octane Test cricket that was seen in Cape Town last week, but it was every bit as engaging.

Dream deferred, spectacle born

The hole in the cricket season left by the scrapped Global T20 League has given fans the rare thrill of seeing Proteas in action in domestic games

Hash returns in a blaze of glory

As the Oval celebrates 100 Tests, the model role model goes back to a venue ‘close to his heart’

Editorial: Racism – it’s just not cricket

Racism in Australian cricket or in Mpumalanga - we don't need an explanation and we don't need to "just shrug it off".

​Proteas are finally doing it the SA way

No Test team has ever performed a clean sweep in Australia — but the Proteas are close to it.

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