Latest articles on T20

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

‘I thought I would never play again

Raisibe Ntozakhe lost her World Cup spot due to illegal bowling and has been forced to reinvent her technique

Rabada in hot water for ‘aggressive’ send-off

The cricketer now has five demerit points and has been fined 15% of his match fee.

South Africa rest stars for T20 internationals

In order to keep star players fresh for a four day test against Australia in March, the squad will cap several of its new and younger players.

What a difference a summer makes!

Three months ago, South African cricket was in the doldrums. Now the sun has risen on better days

Call for CSA to pay T20 players

SA’s cricket season now sports a gaping hole after the shock postponement of the Global League

Why Proteas must think on their feet

Forward-thinking teams in the T20 are not constrained by the conventions that govern other formats.

Cricketers slowly get to grips with T20

Gradually an understanding is emerging about how the shortest form of the game can be played to even the odds.

Cricket SA gives ICC the middle finger

But by bringing AB de Villiers home the real losers are Bangladesh's cricket lovers.

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