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Proteas harvest the spoils on Indian soil

Despite a tense political backdrop, the SA team is drawing superb ODI performances out of its hat.

Windies blown away by Proteas in ODI opener

AB de Villiers led his side to a comfortable 61-run Duckworth-Lewis victory over West Indies in their one-day international match in Durban on Friday.

Concussion knocks Graeme Smith out of ODIs

Test captain Graeme Smith has been withdrawn from last three one-day internationals against Pakistan because of "post concussion syndrome".

Pakistan spinners choke Proteas to level ODI series

Pakistan's wily spinners gave a masterclass in slow bowling to bamboozle South Africa's batting lineup and lead their side to a 66-run victory.

Clinical England win ODI series against New Zealand

Eoin Morgan and Joe Root ensured England completed a comfortable five-wicket victory over New Zealand in the final one day international match.

Multitasker McLaren is the right man for the job

The disparity between the success of the Proteas Test team and the uncertainty of the ODI and T20 squads is vexing cricket-lovers around the country.

Miracle of the one-day cricket recovery

Good planning has rescued an event on which even cricket's diehard supporters were giving up, writes Neil Manthorp.

Proteas have fun keeping ’em guessing

Gary Kirsten and AB de Villiers are breathing life into the Proteas' ODI squad with their refreshing approach to the game.

India takes ODI series against West Indies 4-1

India beat the West Indies by 34 runs in the final one-dayer in Chennai on Sunday to take the One Day International series 4-1.

Pakistan lifted to 262-7 by Akmal and Afridi

Umar Akmal scored 59 and Shahid Afridi hit 42 off 27 balls as Pakistan made 262-7 in the second One Day International against Bangladesh in Dhaka.

Cricket ODIs face over-40 blues

When an ODI was born in 1971, little did the cricket world know it would mark its 40th anniversary amid doubts it was able to hold fans spellbound.

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Sounding the alarm on shack fire losses

A tech solution to fires in informal settlements comes with insurance that pays out the victims of these blazes

How smuggled gold destined for Dubai or Singapore has links to France and Mali

Three Malagasy citizens were apprehended at OR Tambo International airport, but now the trail is found to connect to France and Mali

Zuma, Zondo play the waiting game

The former president says he will talk once the courts have ruled, but the head of the state capture inquiry appears resigned to letting the clock run out as the commission's deadline nears

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