Latest articles on Jacques Kallis

Proteas: Kallis can’t be picky about when he plays, says Gibbs

Jacques Kallis is unfairly being allowed to pick and choose when he plays for the national team, according to former Proteas batsman Herschelle Gibbs.

Kallis wants ‘just one more shot at it’

The Jacques Kallis says he isn’t picking and choosing but he would really like a cricket World Cup win.

Kallis keen to represent SA at 2015 World Cup

After opting not to play ODI cricket for the last 17 months, Jacques Kallis says he wants to be part of the Proteas team at the 2015 ICC World Cup.

Steve Waugh: Kallis the greatest of all time

Former Australia cricket captain Steve Waugh has rated South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis as the greatest cricketer of all time.

Kallis-less Proteas look to Miller for the X factor

One man's misfortune is another's gain. David Miller owed his place in South Africa's Champion's Trophy squad to Jacques Kallis's withdrawal.

Protea’s pacemen plough through Pakistan to set record-low downfall

Pakistan crashed to their lowest Test total when they were bowled out for 49 by a South African pace barrage on the second day of their first Test.

Proteas: Being ‘the best’ is more than sum of its parts

Victory against New Zealand will not assure Graeme Smith's Proteas team the status they crave -- greatness.

Inspirational Du Plessis carries Proteas to Test draw

Faf du Plessis hit an inspirational century as South Africa drew against Australia in the second Test, ending on 248-8 in a nail-biting finish.

Proteas vs Australia: The uphill battle to save 2nd test

Australia have dismissed SA for 388 on the third day of the second test, after Jacques Kallis and Faf Du Plessis guided the team past the follow-on.

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