New Proteas ODI call-up Rilee Rossouw and Temba Bavuma both scored tons on day two of SA A’s unofficial Test against Australia A.
Norman Gordon, the world’s first Test cricketer to reach the age of 100, passed away peacefully on 2 September at 103. SA Cricket magazine spoke to him on the occasion of his 100th birthday three years ago, about his extraordinary international career and the current state of the game. By Clinton van der Berg.
The struggling Proteas leg-spinner has re-signed with the Dolphins, along with former Knights off-spinner Thandi Tshabalala.
The first Youth Test match between SA U19 and England U19 ended in a draw after the SA U19s declared on 300-7 at Cambridge on Monday, with an overall lead of 381 runs.
Dale Steyn, Morne Morkel and Vernon Philander have been rested for the ODI leg of the Zimbabwe series, while four members of the SA A squad have been called up to the senior side.
AB de Villiers’ ability to pull off the improbable has made him a major asset for the Proteas in all three formats of the game. By MARK KEOHANE.
Former Proteas captain Graeme Smith has admitted that Hashim Amla wouldn’t have been his first pick as the new Test skipper.
ODI captain AB de Villiers says he has more faith in his ability to lead following a string of good results.
Watch this clip from Adam Sandler’s latest film, Blended, which features Dale Steyn.
Vernon Philander was the unlikely hero with bat in hand, surviving 98 deliveries to help South Africa bat out day five in Colombo and win the Test series.
Get to know a little bit more about Proteas assistant coach Adrian Birrell. By Ryan Vrede.
South Africa weathered a storm to reach stumps on 98-3, after dismissing Sri Lanka for 421 earlier in the day.
Australia A bounced back from their shock 52-run loss to the National Performance Squad (NPS) when they beat South Africa A by six wickets in the fifth match of the A-quadrangular 50-over series in Darwin on Thursday.
Former Proteas bowler Makhaya Ntini has launched his long-awaited cricket academy in Mdantsane.
South Africa A have had an up and down tour of Australia so far, with one victory and one loss.