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Proteas skip IPL ahead of England tour
Proteas skip IPL ahead of England tour
Only four of South Africa’s likely starting XI for the third and final Test of the series in New Zealand, starting on Saturday, will have their...
‘Get Kane’ to make SA able
‘Get Kane’ to make SA able
Faf du Plessis admitted that both teams had waited for the other to make a mistake during the Proteas’ hard-fought first Test against New Zealand...
There’s reason behind the risk-taking of SA cricket’s latest all-rounder sensation
There’s reason behind the risk-taking of SA cricket’s latest all-rounder sensation
Certain things are just as you would expect with Andile Phehlukwayo, but others are not as they might seem. It may appear, for example, that he...
Cricket's rising stars run gauntlet
Cricket's rising stars run gauntlet
AB de Villiers and Brendon McCullum laid their sporting souls bare before the epic World Cup semifinal at Eden Park in Auckland two years ago when...
Change sets Proteas on right path
Change sets Proteas on right path
The cliques running cricket have been dismissed, allowing the best players to shine. And this, incidentally, means an embarrassment of riches in the...
Proteas results prove that critics couldn't rustle Domingo
Proteas results prove that critics couldn't rustle Domingo
When Gary Kirsten became Proteas coach in 2012 and appointed Russell Domingo as his assistant he was, to a degree, returning the favour for the...
The future of South African cricket is black and bright
The future of South African cricket is black and bright
Just a few weeks in and 2017 has already been quite a year for transformation in cricket. When the Proteas completed an emphatic series win against...
Abbott, Rossouw have given up their right to play for SA, says Lorgat
Abbott, Rossouw have given up their right to play for SA, says Lorgat
On a day where the Proteas should have been celebrating their sterling victory over Sri Lanka, Cricket South Africa (CSA) instead announced that...
Dean Elgar leads South Africa back into the breach in second test against Sri Lanka
Dean Elgar leads South Africa back into the breach in second test against Sri Lanka
An unbeaten 76 from opener Dean Elgar led a South African fightback as they reached 147 for four at tea on the opening day of the second test...
South Africa need five wickets to win first test
South Africa need five wickets to win first test
South Africa need five wickets on Friday to secure victory in the first test after Sri Lanka provided dogged resistance and were 240 for five at...
[Updated] JP Duminy powers South Africa to 174-2 at tea
[Updated] JP Duminy powers South Africa to 174-2 at tea
Two quick wickets after lunch failed to stem the flow of runs as South Africa reached 174 for two at tea on the opening day of the first test...
Young Ones come into their own
Young Ones come into their own
In a bleak year worldwide, at least South African cricket supporters had something to cheer about — a triumphant Proteas performance down...

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