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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

No-deal Brexit could be the end of the innings for  ‘Kolpak’  players

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The enigma of Virat Kohli

India’s captain is set on leading on his own terms, no matter what his haters have to say

CSA stumped by Parnell drugs report

Cricket SA has said it had not received any official correspondence after Indian media reported that Wayne Parnell had tested positive for drugs.

SA’s Wayne Parnell released after IPL party raid

Wayne Parnell has been released after being detained, along with about 100 other people, by police in Mumbai following a raid on a party in the city.

Calm Proteas hailed after T20 comeback

Hashim Amla says South Africa's calm approach pulled them out of trouble to spring a surprise Twenty20 victory over Australia at the weekend.

Proteas fight to draw series

South Africa pulled off an unlikely three-wicket victory at the Wanderers Stadium to draw their two-match T20 International series against Australia.

Proteas call up Duminy, Parnell

South Africa on Monday added batsman JP Duminy and left-arm fast bowler Wayne Parnell to their squad for the second Test.

Theron rewarded with Proteas call-up

Rusty Theron of the Warriors is the only uncapped player included in the final Proteas' Pro20 squad for the ICC World Twenty20.

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