The Proteas have played some good cricket in this series, but the real test is the series Down Under.
It was a sad day for cricket when the transformation targets were introduced.
CSA must be more open if they want to avoid the media speculating on the selection policies.
Playing overseas has huge financial benefits, but the workloads are unrelenting, and CSA must accept that and prepare accordingly.
The Proteas were finally able to express themselves against West Indies, and now I can’t see any other side winning the series.
The ODI series against West Indies and Australia is a great opportunity to give some fringe players an extended run.
Black cricketers need confidence instilled in them from their coaches and captains in order to thrive.
South Africa’s chances of beating West Indies will depend on their flexibility in taking risks and being brave in everything they do.
South Africa have to be more flexible if they want to be successful at the T20 World Cup.
Scoring 726 runs in the One-Day Cup makes this probably the best season of my one-day career in South Africa.
CSA will have to embrace the rich T20 leagues around the world if they want to hold on to their best players.
South Africa’s impressive victory at Centurion could be a turning point for them in the series but they must remain wary of England.
If Stephen Cook makes his debut for South Africa at Centurion, so should Rilee Rossouw.
If South Africa decide to go with four seamers at the Wanderers, Hardus Viljoen would be my choice.
Hashim Amla should be praised for resigning after the Newlands Test instead of earlier in the series.