The Proteas management remains intent on developing a wider group of players rather than merely a best XI, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Cricket South Africa is taking an encouraging long-term approach by locking down Graeme Smith and easing Quinton de Kock’s workload, writes JON CARDINELLI.
In the first instalment of a two-part series, SA Cricket magazine’s writers pick their best post-isolation Proteas ODI XI.
In the second instalment of a three-part series, SA Cricket magazine’s writers pick their best post-isolation Proteas Test XI.
JON CARDINELLI reflects on the day the Proteas beat England at Lord’s to win the 2012 Test series and claim the mace.
Mark Boucher’s decision to use 23 players across the 12 limited-overs matches against England and Australia will reap short- and long-term benefits, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Quinton de Kock’s failure with the bat proved a blessing in disguise for South Africa in the ODI series against Australia, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The Proteas and Quinton de Kock in particular would benefit from Faf du Plessis and AB de Villiers’ inclusion at the T20 World Cup, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Quinton de Kock proved he has the appetite as well the aptitude for the captaincy in the ODIs against England, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The Proteas ODI side will rely heavily on their new captain during this period of transition, writes JON CARDINELLI.
JON CARDINELLI charts the worrying decline of South Africa’s top six, following the retirement of Jacques Kallis and Graeme Smith six years ago.
The appointment of Mark Boucher as head coach will improve the Proteas’ chances of a long-term turnaround.
The Proteas will be hard-pressed to fire on the batting front when they tour India in the coming months, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The Proteas need to hit the ground running when they begin their challenging Test Championship campaign in India, writes JON CARDINELLI.
A spike in form during the closing stages shouldn’t overshadow the fact that South Africa’s World Cup campaign was derailed by poor batting performances under pressure, writes JON CARDINELLI.