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That treacherous peak beckons the Proteas — again

Proteas looking to have another crack at the Test rank summit.

ICC ponders return of timeless Tests

The ICC is considering scrapping time limits for the final of the inaugural world Test championship in 2013, returning cricket to the 1930s.

ECB ready to stage more Pakistan matches

English cricket's senior administrator said on Monday the country was ready to stage more Pakistan 'home games' in light of the security problems affe

Exit Arthur and the questions remain

The Proteas have completed a thrilling pair of Tests in India without without answering the questions Cricket South Africa was so concerned about.

Botha recalled to Proteas Test squad

Off-spinner Johan Botha and left-arm fast bowler Lonwabo Tsotsobe were on Monday named in a 15-man South African squad for two Test matches in India.

Proteas hold onto second place Test ranking

South Africa's victory over England in the final Test at the Wanderers saw the Proteas retain their position as the world's number two Test team.

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