Jacques Kallis

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

Slow-starting India can’t be written off

The visitors’ bowlers can clearly cause serious damage but it’s up to their batsmen to rebound

Proteas results prove that critics couldn’t rustle Domingo

The national cricket team's coach has grown into the role he inherited prematurely and is becoming less intransigent and more flexible.

​Kallis’s lesson on continually improving was lost on Cricket South Africa

The outstanding player had mastered a shot that was tucked away — until it was needed by his team.

King Kallis quits quietly

Following his worst and last series, Jacques Kallis has retired before what would have been his sixth World Cup.

‘Kallis fever’ has infected the Proteas

It is the turn of bowling coach Allan Donald to enforce some free-thinking and adaptability on his troops.

Amla guides SA to 304-5 against Sri Lanka

Opener Hashim Amla has smashed 109 off 130 balls to steer South Africa to a formidable 304-5 in the first one-day international against Sri Lanka.

Proteas vs Australia: Super bowlers go to war

The three-Test series between Australia and the Proteas - by a distance, the two best teams in the world - will be decided by their pace attacks.

Australia batsman tells of team’s plans to unravel Proteas

In an upcoming tour of SA, batsman David Warner says Australia aim to use the same intimidatory approach on the Proteas that unravelled England.

Proteas need a new hero in a hurry

Jacques Kallis's absence will be keenly felt when the South African cricket team sets out to beat a swaggering Australia.

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.

Kallis: I lost that little bit of an edge

Jacques Kallis says he knew it was time to call it a day, ending his 166-Test career in Kingsmead, Durban.

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