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World Cup’s his and hers moment

'The revolution has spilled onto the screen'

Proteas in the Caribbean: Triangular series is down to two

Australia and South Africa have chosen strong teams but the Windies home-first rule has sidelined their star players.

Bad game time better than none

The Proteas can use the last matches against the Windies to hone the skills of their reserves.

Why axe fell on 1959 cricket tour

A collection of cricket artefacts in Fordsburg proves Frank Worrell's nonracial credentials.

Windies spinner Bishoo sends Pakistan to defeat

Leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo captured four wickets while Lendl Simmons composed a fluent 65 as West Indies beat Pakistan on Thursday.

South Africa wary of West Indies threat

South Africa are determined to prove themselves on the big stage and shed the unwanted tag of chokers as they take on the unpredictable West Indies.

South Africa keep their cool to edge West Indies

Ryan McLaren kept his nerve to help South Africa to a one-run victory over West Indies, and sweep their two-match Twenty20 series on Thursday.

Gayle leads Windies to crucial victory

Chris Gayle and Narsingh Deonarine hit half-centuries as West Indies beat Zimbabwe by four wickets on Saturday.

Zapiro: Proteas win

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