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Proteas cruise to victory

Vernon Philander was unstoppable helping the Proteas thrash Australia in the fourth and final Test at Wanderers

It’s time to get back to cricket

Now that his hearing is over, fans can look forward to seeing Rabada bring back the heat

South Africa thrash England in 2nd Test

South Africa hammered England by 340 runs to win the second Test at Trent Bridge on Monday

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

​Proteas are finally doing it the SA way

No Test team has ever performed a clean sweep in Australia — but the Proteas are close to it.

Proteas coach defends Philander in ball tampering row

South Africa coach Russell Domingo on Saturday denied his team was earning a reputation for ball tampering.

Proteas close in on victory over Pakistan

South Africa moved ever closer to victory as Pakistan were teetering on 104 for four at tea on the third day of the first Test at the Wanderers.

Proteas’ Philander ‘fit to play’ against New Zealand

Vernon Philander, an integral part of Proteas' bowling attack, will be ready to play the two-Test cricket series against New Zealand in Cape Town.

Proteas on the front foot in bid to win series against Aussies

South Africa has dismissed Australia for 163 to take a first innings lead of 62 on the second day of the third and final test.

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