Latest articles on Jacques Kallis

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.

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.

Kallis scores 45th test century

Jacques Kallis has become the third all-time leading run-scorer in Test cricket with his innings of 115 in his final Test in Durban.

SA cricket greats Pollock, Wessels sing Kallis’s praises

Former Proteas captains Shaun Pollock and Kepler Wessels have hailed Jacques Kallis as one of South Africa's all-time great cricketers.

Kallis quits Test cricket

Proteas all-rounder Jacques Kallis has announced his retirement from Test and first-class cricket after Thursday's Test against India in Durban.

Proteas secure historic draw

Short of a front-line bowler and staring defeat in the face, SA has salvaged a thrilling draw on the fifth day in the first Test against India.

Kallis starts bid to earn place at Cricket World Cup

Jacques Kallis, who hasn't played in a one-day international since 2012, has begun a bid to earn a place in the 2015 Cricket World Cup squad.

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