• Jonhenry Wilson

    Jonhenry Wilson
    Elgar, De Kock thwart Sri Lanka

    Elgar, De Kock thwart Sri Lanka

    Dean Elgar welcomed a career-best score and and Quinton de Kock a complementary milestone, as South Africa climbed to a formidable 297 for six on day one of the second Test against Sri Lanka at Newlands in Cape Town on Monday.

    Elgar leads Proteas' recovery

    Elgar leads Proteas’ recovery

    Dean Elgar moved to 76 not out, as South Africa recovered to 147 for four at tea on day one of the second Test against Sri Lanka at Newlands in Cape Town on Monday. Elgar and captain Faf du Plessis shared a 76-run partnership, which almost saw the visitors go without a wicket through a second session played under substantially… Read more →

    Unchanged South Africa lose toss, bat first

    Unchanged South Africa lose toss, bat first

    Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews won the toss and opted to bowl first on day one of the second Test against South Africa at Newlands in Cape Town on Monday.

    Saffas to watch in the CPL

    Saffas to watch in the CPL

    A host of South African cricketers will be on show during June and July’s Caribbean Premier League.

    CSA awards: The case for Elgar

    CSA awards: The case for Elgar

    While Faf du Plessis should be named the T20 International Cricketer of the Year and AB de Villiers and Imran Tahir are ostensibly the frontrunners for the ODI Cricketer of the Year accolade, the Test Cricketer of the Year category promises due reward for Dean Elgar. Elgar is in competition with Hashim Amla and Dale Steyn for the prestigious award… Read more →

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    We mark each of South Africa’s World Cup squad out of 10. See who clinched a great 9.5, who settled on 5 and who endured a terrible 2.

    Exclusive Kyle Coetzer Q&A

    Exclusive Kyle Coetzer Q&A

    SA Cricket magazine spoke exclusively to Scotland’s in-form World Cup batsman Kyle Coetzer, whose connection to South Africa is alive and well – and will soon have the chance to rekindle yesteryear’s success with Richard Levi and Rory Kleinveldt.

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    Ryan McLaren’s rejection and Wayne Parnell’s poor form are quickly becoming moot points, as South Africa explore the depths of the part-time bowling ranks in Australasia.

    The case for David Wiese

    The case for David Wiese

    Now, not after serious injury to a first-choice player or a belated admission of incorrect selection, is the time to act – and David Wiese must be drafted into South Africa’s World Cup squad.