Four-day Tests will rob Test cricket of the knockout blows that have shaped the classic five-day battles over the years.
South Africa applied the slow poison on day three at Trent Bridge to leave themselves 10 wickets away from winning the second Test and…
With 15 wickets falling on a dramatic second day at Trent Bridge, South Africa are well in control of a Test match which should…
Can we fault the selectors for giving De Bruyn a go at opening? Based on the other options available, no.
There’s no commitment in sport anymore, so after 106 Tests and 12 years, AB de Villiers is allowed to pick and choose.
The Proteas have a selection issue on their hands when they travel to Australia in November.
Kagiso Rabada is not only a winner on the field but more importantly off it as well.
Russell Domingo carried the air of a man resigned to his fate when he faced the media after another botched assignment.
The Chris Gayle show next moves to England with Somerset, with the West Indian playing in the Natwest T20 Blast.
Kevin Pietersen should be given the chance to work his way into the Proteas squad, when he becomes eligible to play for them next…
It’s good to hear that CSA CEO Haroon Lorgat has promised no knee-jerk reaction to the Proteas latest World Cup failure.
Think of the positives. At least Gulam Bodi is being brought to book and will be accountable for his corrupt activities.
Let’s talk about South Africa, South Africa. Let’s talk about what has gone wrong in 2015.
Every armchair critic is a national selector and no South African squad will ever be met with universal approval.
Many people defended the decision to experiment with Vernon Philander opening the batting as South Africa chased 218 to win the first Test.