Now that Faf du Plessis has been appointed as Test captain in an official capacity, give him time to settle into the role.
The charges against Faf du Plessis are ludicrous, as it’s something that’s been happening for the past 20 years.
The Proteas should have four seamers in their starting XI for the first Test against Australia on the pacey Perth track.
The Proteas must find room for Hashim Amla in the next ODI, and Farhaan Behardien seems the logical player to miss out.
The conditions favoured the Proteas more in the first Test at Kingsmead, and they would have gone on to win it.
Dale Steyn needs to prove that he’s got the fitness to last long spells if he wants to continue playing Test cricket.
International cricket will lose its competitiveness if players continue to choose domestic T20 cricket over Test matches.
The Proteas have made the right decision in opting against the day-night Test against Australia.
After another disappointing ICC tournament, it remains a mystery why South Africa keep falling short in big tournaments.
Teams who have used two specialist spinners have been most successful at the World T20 tournament.
South Africa should seriously consider playing two specialist spinners against England on Friday.
South Africa must find a place for Quinton de Kock in their best T20 team despite beating England without him.
The decision to play two all-rounders in the ODI series against England was a good one and should be persevered with.
South Africa’s inconsistency in performances is a growing concern.
It will be unfair to expect too much from Stephen Cook if he plays in the fourth Test at Centurion.