Young Janneman Malan will rightly grab the headlines after his stunning century in the second ODI against Australia, but don’t overlook the gritty maturity of a reborn David Miller, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Check out this incredible piece of play as Faf du Plessis and David Miller combine to complete a crucial catch in the second T20I clash with Australia on Sunday.
Temba Bavuma’s important message off the field was as powerful as his strokes were on it this past Tuesday, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Kevin Pietersen has come to the defence of English keeper Jos Buttler, who sparked outrage with his expletive-laden sledging to Vernon Philander in the second Test at Newlands.
The arrival of Anrich Nortje as the Proteas’ new bowling enforcer is a massive boon for Mark Boucher’s team, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
If cricket is a gentleman’s game, Hashim Amla will always be the living, breathing example of what that stands for, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
AB de Villiers’ statement to clear the air over controversial World Cup allegations may serve as a reminder about the perils of jumping to conclusions, but there are still questions to be answered, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Correspondent DANIEL GALLAN catches up with some fans ahead of the clash between the Proteas and Australia at Old Trafford.
Australia’s captain Aaron Finch dismissed suggestions that he would need to keep a lid on his team as they square off against South Africa at Old Trafford on Saturday. DANIEL GALLAN reports.
A second successive century from Jonny Bairstow laid the foundation for England to claim a 119-run win over New Zealand in Durham on Wednesday.
The Proteas’ World Cup woes should not overshadow a much-needed grand farewell for the one-of-a-kind Imran Tahir, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Proteas keeper and opening batsman Quinton de Kock was in a relaxed mood ahead of South Africa’s must-win clash with New Zealand on Wednesday, writes DANIEL GALLAN in Birmingham.
Check out the highlights from India’s emphatic 89-run win over Pakistan in a rain-affected clash in Manchester on Saturday.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis is drawing confidence from the green pitch and short straight boundaries at Sophia Gardens, and believes the ground may aid his beleaguered team, writes DANIEL GALLAN in Cardiff.
CRAIG LEWIS and WADE PRETORIUS sit down to discuss an eventful week for the Proteas with a view how they might recover this week.