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Embattled Denel can’t pay full salaries for June

The embattled arms manufacturer says it has alternative but to cut back on salaries

Botha seeks better fielding ahead of final T20

Johan Botha says the Proteas still need to improve in the field despite Sunday's emphatic win over New Zealand in their second T20 match.

Botha shines in Rajasthan’s win over Mumbai

All-rounder Johan Botha shone with both bat and ball to help Rajasthan Royals secure a comfortable seven-wicket victory over Mumbai Indians.

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.

Botha praises SA’s ‘clinical performance’

Paceman Lonwabo Tsotsobe and off-spinner Johan Botha on Tuesday took three wickets apiece to help SA beat Pakistan by six wickets a T20 clash.

Proteas set for Pakistan challenge

Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi hopes his beleaguered side is focused enough to counter a spirited South African team.

Zim no longer nerds from the north

Zimbabwe's cricketers are no longer the skinny nerds who get beach sand kicked in their face by the body builder in front of the girls.

Steyn and Botha have West Indies on the rack

South Africa look certain to wrap up a 2-0 series win after reducing West Indies to 134-7 on the third day of the third and final Test in Barbados.

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.

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