Dale Steyn, who was sidelined after the first Test against India, is struggling to play a part in the Test series against Australia.
World No 1 Test bowler Kagiso Rabada is working on improving his action to make himself an opening bowler.
Morne Morkel’s five-for against Zimbabwe lifted him into the top 10 of the ICC Test bowlers’ rankings.
Proteas star Dale Steyn was not missed as the South African XI cut through the Zimbabweans in their day-night warm-up match in Paarl.
Whatever the merits of the Dolphins being in the Ram Slam final, the Titans justifiably regard them as a clear and present danger.
Kagiso Rabada has risen one place, to No 2 on the Test bowlers rankings.
Dale Steyn has been selected for the SA Invitation team to play Zimbabwe from 20-22 December; his first extended match since November last year.
Dale Steyn is returning to the Cape to work on reaching a fitness level that will see him through a Test match.
Dale Steyn is back in the Test team as soon as he has proved his fitness, says head coach Ottis Gibson.
Dale Steyn could be close to a return after tweeting about his shoulder injury on Thursday.
Proteas speedster Dale Steyn is aiming to be back in training by February, after a lengthy time on the sideline.
Dale Steyn takes over Nissan South Africa’s twitter account to answer some interesting questions from the fans.
Proteas team manager Dr Mohammed Moosajee has confirmed that Dale Steyn’s shoulder operation has been a success.
Proteas doctor, Mohammed Moosajee, says that Dale Steyn is likely to undergo surgery for a ‘bony stress reaction’, as his series comes to an end. Continue reading
Dale Steyn has been ruled out of the Australian Test series after breaking his shoulder while bowling.