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Steyn leaves an indelible mark

Ever the entertainer, the world-renowned bowler is not quitting the limelight

South Africa rest stars for T20 internationals

In order to keep star players fresh for a four day test against Australia in March, the squad will cap several of its new and younger players.

[Updated] JP Duminy powers South Africa to 174-2 at tea

JP Duminy and Hashim Amla continued to lift the run rate with an unbeaten 69-run partnership dominated by Duminy's fine strokeplay

Cricket World Cup 2015: Proteas cruise to semi-finals

Aiming to win their first ever World Cup knockout, the Proteas bowlers removed both openers inside the first five overs against Sri Lanka.

De Villiers praises Miller, Duminy fightback

A record unbeaten 256-run fifth wicket partnership laid the foundation for the Proteas' opening victory of the Cricket World Cup.

Steyn and Duminy steer Proteas to thrilling win

Dale Steyn and JP Duminy led South Africa to a two-run win over Group One rivals New Zealand at the World Twenty20 championship.

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.

Kallis, Duminy secure T20 victory over England

A fourth-wicket stand of 90 between Jacques Kallis and JP Duminy guided South Africa to a comfortable seven-wicket win over England.

Proteas Horn their skills and scale the heights

It seems peculiar that a mountain-climbing polar explorer should make such a material difference to winning a cricket Test series.

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