Cricket South Africa has welcomed the apology and statement issued by Quinton de Kock after he agreed to “take the knee” as per the CSA directive for future games.
The commentary at the start of the Proteas T20 World Cup clash against the West Indies has fuelled speculation that Quinton de Kock’s withdrawal from the team is due to the CSA directive that all players must ‘take the knee’.
England all-rounder Moeen Ali on Monday announced he was retiring from Test cricket to focus on his white-ball career, saying the format’s “intensity can be too much sometimes”.
Proteas coach Mark Boucher believes the IPL experience for several South African players in the UAE will serve the team well ahead of the T20 World Cup.
The Proteas thrashed Sri Lanka by 10 wickets on Tuesday to claim a 3-0 series win.
Imran Tahir says the lack of communication and his ultimate omission from the Proteas’ T20 World Cup squad is “really sad” and that he felt disrespected and “worthless”.
Heinrich Klaasen and Keshav Maharaj have been included in an extended 18-man Proteas squad for the T20 World Cup, but there is no place for Faf du Plessis, Imran Tahir or Chris Morris.
India will head to South Africa for a tour which includes a three-Test series starting in December, it was confirmed on Thursday.
Former Proteas captain Faf du Plessis sent out a timely reminder off his quality as a T20 batsman as he smashed a scintillating 120 for the St Lucia Kings.
Proteas captain, Temba Bavuma, has been ruled out of the remainder of the white ball series in Sri Lanka after a freak accident resulted in a fractured right thumb.
Shardul Thakur marked his return to India duty with a record-breaking fifty that saw the tourists fight back on the first day of the fourth Test against England at the Oval on Thursday.
Former Proteas captain and now CSA director of cricket Graeme Smith says retiring fast-bowling superstar Dale Steyn always “produced the goods when it really counted”.
Former newspaper editor and author Gasant Abarder sat down with Dale Steyn just minutes before he officially announced his retirement from all formats of the game – where he spoke candidly about ‘white-line fever’, why his generation of players embodied Protea Fire and the future of cricket.
Former Proteas fast bowling superstar Dale Steyn has confirmed in a statement that he has officially retired from the game, calling it a “bitter-sweet” moment.
Sri Lanka on Monday recalled former skipper Dinesh Chandimal to a 22-member squad led by Dasun Shanaka for a six-match series against South Africa.