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SA put faith in experience for final India Test

The Proteas will face India at Kingsmead in their final Test, fighting not only a strong Test team but a four-defeat jinx at the Durban pictch.

Tahir gives SA early advantage against Pakistan

On the opening day of the second Test against Pakistan, Imran Tahir's five-wicket haul has given the Proteas an early advantage.

Duminy’s injury scare dampens SA’s solid start

JP Duminy has taken some of the gloss off South Africa's brilliant opening day in the first Test against Australia with an injury scare.

Proteas push for No. 1 Test ranking in NZ series

The Proteas have their claim to the world No. 1 Test ranking to keep in mind when they begin their three-match Test series against New Zealand.

Coach Kirsten says he’s happy with Proteas

Gary Kirsten says he is proud of his team despite their loss to Australia in the second Test because of the competitiveness of the levelled series.

Australia snatch nerve-wracking win against Proteas

Australia chased 310 for victory on the final day of their Test against the Proteas and managed to nab a two-wicket win to level the series.

Proteas turn the tables in Aussie Test

The Proteas had a turn of luck in their second Test against Australia, bringing down the visitors with fine bowling, scoring a 30-run lead.

SA wins toss, chooses to bowl first

Proteas' captain Graeme Smith has won the toss and chose to field in the first of two Tests against Australia at Newlands, Cape Town.

Cricketer of the year award goes to Kallis

Jacques Kallis has been crowned South Africa's Cricketer of the Year at the 2011 South African Cricket Awards in Johannesburg.

Slowly does it for the Proteas

South Africa have two bowlers among the top 10 leading wicket takers at the World Cup -- and neither of them is Morne Morkel or Dale Steyn.

South Africa look for repeat of Nagpur magic

South Africa are hoping for a repeat of Nagpur magic when they meet India on Saturday as the Proteas attempt to get their campaign back on track.

Tahir to rest for 10 days, still in the World Cup

Injured SA leg-spinner Imran Tahir is set to miss the rest of the World Cup group stage to nurse a fractured thumb, but he is still in the tournament.

India on the verge of last eight, Kamran faces axe

India virtually wrapped a World Cup quarter-final place on Wednesday as Pakistan's keeper Kamran Akmal faced being deposed by his own brother.

South Africa suffer Tahir injury scare

South Africa suffered a World Cup injury scare after it was discovered in-form leg-spinner Imran Tahir had fractured his left thumb.

SA gamble on uncapped Tahir for World Cup

Uncapped leg-spinner Imran Tahir was on Tuesday named in South Africa's 15-man squad for the Cricket World Cup from February 19 to April 2.

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