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Proteas mentally strong ahead of World Cup, says coach

Russell Domingo says the South African cricket team are mentally strong enough to bring home the trophy as they depart for Australia and New Zealand.

Warner and Clarke bash Proteas

A David Warner knock of 135 steered Australia to 331 for three at the close of play on day one of the third Test at Newlands in Cape Town.

Wicket caused Proteas to lose, says Smith

Following Australia's win over the Proteas at the weekend, Graeme Smith has downplayed SA's under-performance, saying the wicket aided Aussie's win.

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.

Big task ahead for Proteas

An opening stand of 108 runs between Alviro Petersen and Graeme Smith gave South Africa a faint chance of securing a win after day four against India.

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.

Mosimane ready for Sundowns’ big game

Mamelodi Sundowns will start to get their league campaign back on track this week, according to new coach Pitso Mosimane.

Stenson holds on to win SA Open

Swede Henrik Stenson held his nerve on his way to a final-round 71, winning the SA Open by three shots ahead of South African George Coetzee.

Coetzee shoots course record at SA Open

George Coetzee made nine birdies and an eagle on his way to a course record nine-under par 63 in the third round of the South African Open.

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