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Proteas may yet bloom in England

A strong Test side and a rampant women’s team will prove that player drain hasn’t been calamitous

Test championship signals new dawn for five-day game

"All the new proposals must be ratified at the next ICC meeting in April, by which time the BCCI might be fully “functional” again"

​Bavuma stops clock in sizzling style

Time often stands still during moments of sporting greatness, and this week’s unbelievable runout must rank among the best.

The sun shines on a rising star

CSA's Domestic Newcomer of the Season Kagiso Rabada expects much talent to be found in the townships.

Spectacular Proteas in full bloom

The team has proved it has a core of great players, despite the loss of Smith and Kallis.

Proteas vs Australia: Super bowlers go to war

The three-Test series between Australia and the Proteas - by a distance, the two best teams in the world - will be decided by their pace attacks.

Kallis: I lost that little bit of an edge

Jacques Kallis says he knew it was time to call it a day, ending his 166-Test career in Kingsmead, Durban.

Kallis quits Test cricket

Proteas all-rounder Jacques Kallis has announced his retirement from Test and first-class cricket after Thursday's Test against India in Durban.

India ‘shocked’ by Proteas Test draw decision

Virat Kohli says India was surprised by the Proteas' decision to draw the five-day Test, but their Test captain Graeme Smith has defended the choice.

Graham Smith leads Proteas from the front

Cricket's dismal administrators eclipse the SA captain's ability to make a double century and rouse his team in the second Test against Pakistan.

Proteas fight back against Pakistan at Newlands

The Proteas have fought back on the third morning of the second test against Pakistan scoring 109 runs in for the loss of just two wickets.

Test cricket: Just ‘leave’ might be the best advice for Pakistan

When Pakistan were rolled over for 49 at the Wanderers many an eyebrow was raised – although not by those who watched the events unfold live.

Size and swing could sway Proteas

There are no big names in this Pakistan Test side, but they have the skill to trouble South Africa, writes Neil Manthorp.

Proteas: The final leg of the Test run

The Proteas have been fed on marathon metaphors. Can they now go the distance?

Proteas ready to bloom in England

Proteas captain Graeme Smith says his squad is psychologically prepared for the three-Test series against England.

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