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Proteas hungry for first ICC trophy

The women’s side won their first game against England, and have not been shy to admit they have what it takes to win the T20 World Cup

‘Friendly’ Aussies ready for hostile tour

Coach Justin Langer and captain Aaron Finch are hopeful the game will be played in good spirits despite the expectation of crowd jeers

Cool-hand Ngidi scuttles England at the death

The fast bowler assured victory for the Proteas in a nail-biter T20 match

Past Proteas run the rule over new-look team

The South African side showed a mixed bag against England in the ODI series, and now have three T20s to build on the positive aspects

Proteas change it up to blossom again

The Proteas have entered the England ODI series with nine changes from their World Cup line-up, as well as a new captain. It’s paying off, so far

This be the year of the Proteas

Years of preparation by the women’s national team have come down to a crucial month of cricket in New Zealand and Australia

When SA cricket went right, Wayne Parnell went left

The former Proteas bowler set the scene alight when he was introduced to international cricket. But now he is essentially a freelancer

EDITORIAL: Sport is for the people

Administrators, from club to national level, would do well to take the example set this month as a reminder that the people is their primary mandate

The meaning of Hashim Amla 

Before he earned legend status, Proteas’ legendary batsman had to endure being reduced to an ‘outsider’

Punch-drunk Proteas must come out swinging in Southampton

The Proteas, like former world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, were stunned by an opponent they thought they would easily knock out

Sine’s a gift that will keep giving

South Africa’s newest Protea Sinethemba Qeshile’s rags-to-riches ascension to first-class cricket couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy

Steyn leaves an indelible mark

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

Fast track bullies must learn Sri Lankan lesson

It is to be hoped that the defeat by Sri Lanka triggers the changes needed for South Africa to reach the top of the World Test Series

Proteas must dare to be elite

The womens’ team’s performance will decide whether they enter the upper echelon of cricket

Sarfraz could learn from the Word Wizards of Oz

Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed is a talented cricketer, but his sledging needs work — and words in the right language

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