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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

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

McLaren takes up heavy Kallis mantle

The new Proteas all-rounder may only come in at number seven, but he does take regular wickets.

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Test captain Graeme Smith has been withdrawn from last three one-day internationals against Pakistan because of "post concussion syndrome".

Proteas World Cup woes: It’s not choking, it’s panic

Panic is a plausible way of understanding what went wrong in England in 1999 when SA had perhaps its best side and most realistic chance of winning.

New beginnings for Kirsten and Proteas

A new coach and a new captain marks the beginning of rebuilding phase in the South African cricket team, according to new head coach Gary Kirsten.

South Africa’s AB sticks to the ABC of batting

South Africa's AB de Villiers says there's no secret to his outstanding World Cup form; he's just concentrating on batting basics.

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