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.
Morne Morkel has pinpointed fitness as the key to beating India in the forthcoming series, starting at Newlands on 5 January.
It is always a nervous time coming back from injury, but Morne Morkel returned with power and confidence, taking three Zimbabwe wickets in 25…
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.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis has demanded a wicket more suited to his pace attack in the second Test against Bangladesh.
Morne Morkel will play no further part in Test series against Bangladesh, but he bowled superbly in the time he had, writes GARY LEMKE.
The Proteas were in firm control of the first Test, 230 runs ahead, when bad light stopped play in Potchefstroom.
Four wickets in a session swung the first Test in favour of the Proteas after a resolute fight by Bangladesh in Potchefstroom.
Morne Morkel is ecstatic with his return to the Proteas setup and has given some insight about his journey to recovery.
With Morne Morkel returning to the Proteas Test side against New Zealand on Wednesday, we uncover his top five performances.
Morne Morkel and Vernon Philander are fit and ready for the Test series against New Zealand starting on 8 March in Dunedin.
Morne Morkel’s back injury almost ended his career, but he is now fit and ready to play for the Titans on Friday.
Heavy rain and Hobart’s history might see spinner Keshav Maharaj sacrificed for an all-out pace attack.