Relive day one of the first Test between England and Pakistan where the visitors finished on 139-2 in a rain-truncated day at Old Trafford.
Cricket South Africa acting chief executive Jacques Faul has expressed his concern about the numerous leaks of confidential information published in the media recently, adding that their origin will be investigated.
On this day in 2003, Graeme Smith hit 259 against England to record the highest individual Test score from an overseas batsman at Lord’s.
Acting CSA chief executive Dr Jacques Faul will reportedly step down from his post in September.
Stuart Broad took his 500th Test wicket as England bowled West Indies out for 129 to crush the Windies and win the Wisden Trophy.
SA Cricket magazine reader Michael Swartz writes in an open letter to CSA director of cricket Graeme Smith detailing the thing he has to get right.
The SA Cricket magazine team discuss prioritising grassroots cricket, scrapping the quota system and what’s next in the movement for equality.
Former World Cup-winning Springbok captain Francois Pienaar is inspired by what he saw from last weekend’s inaugural 3TC Solidarity Cup.
Lions paceman Aya Myoli has spoken out about an alleged racial assault at the hands of Proteas all-rounder Robbie Frylinck.
Day three of the second Test in Manchester was lost to rain, making England’s task of squaring the series very difficult.
Hashim Amla is the latest high-profile player to support Lungi Ngidi.
The Money Man and Mark Keohane discuss how the Test series between England and the West Indies should be used as the way forward for cricket matches during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Relive this amazing catch by Bermudian cricketer Dwayne Leverock at the 2007 World Cup.
Ashwell Prince has used the weight of his personal experience to shed light on issues of racial inequality in South African cricket.
As cricket returns we look at what makes the game so special.