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    Neil McKenzie

    McKenzie extends role with SA

    Neil McKenzie will continue as the Proteas batting consultant for the duration of coach Russell Domingo’s contract, which expires in April 2017.

    AB de Villiers

    Pressure block

    Until South Africa learn how to perform under pressure, they will never win a World Cup in any format.

    Dale Steyn

    ‘SA must improve yorkers’

    SACricketmag.com asked Dave Nosworthy, Fanie de Villiers and Lance Klusener to analyse South Africa’s first two World T20 games.

    Dale Steyn and Kyle Abbott

    What we’ve learned

    Five lessons from South Africa’s T20 series against Australia before their World T20 campaign starts next week.

    Hashim Amla

    Amla forces a rethink

    Hashim Amla’s recent performances have forced the selectors to revisit the make-up of South Africa’s batting line-up.

    Australia seal series victory

    Australia seal series victory

    A 79-run partnership between Steve Smith and David Warner guided Australia to a comfortable six-wicket win at Newlands to clinch the series 2-1.

    Hashim Amla

    Aussies chase 179 to win series

    Hashim Amla scored his highest T20 score and second fifty in a row as South Africa reached 178-4 batting first at Newlands. It was a majestic innings by the opener who came back into the side for AB de Villiers, who is reportedly struggling with a shoulder injury. Amla (97 off 62 balls) made the most of his opportunity, just as… Read more →

    Plays of the day (2nd T20)

    Plays of the day (2nd T20)

    Kobus Pretorius reflects on the players and moments that shaped the second T20I between South Africa and Australia at the Wanderers on Sunday. 

    Aussies edge tight contest

    Aussies edge tight contest

    David Warner and Glenn Maxwell shared a match-winning 161-run partnership as Australia levelled the series 1-1, beating South Africa by five wickets at the Wanderers on Sunday.

    Faf guides SA to 204-7

    Faf guides SA to 204-7

    Faf du Plessis’s 79 off 41 took South Africa to 204-7 after South Africa were put in to bat first by Australia in the second T20I, at the Wanderers. The regular fall of wickets in the middle overs threatened to derail South Africa’s innings and prevent them from setting an imposing target for the Aussies to chase. However, Du Plessis smashed… Read more →