The bookmakers have given New Zealand little hope of going one step better than their 2015 run as they prepare to face hosts England in the World Cup final.
The team of the 2019 World Cup group stages basically picks itself, such has been the number of standout performers in England. Do you agree with this starting XI?
Faf du Plessis addresses the media after the Proteas returned to South Africa after a disappointing 2019 World Cup campaign.
Proteas coach Ottis Gibson addresses the media after the Proteas returned home from a disastrous 2019 World Cup campaign.
The semi-finals will be the platform for the intense battle between Rohit Sharma and David Warner to sit on top of the run-scorers chart as the World Cup reaches the business end.
Mitchell Starc looks set to be crowned the bowler of the tournament after taking 26 wickets in the group stage of the 2019 Cricket World Cup.
Shakib Al Hasan continues to shine individually with both bat and ball as he set a new World Cup record and must now be considered one of the great all-rounders to have played the game.
Rohit Sharma notched up his fourth century of the World Cup to steer India to a 28-run victory over Bangladesh at Edgbaston in Birmingham.
SA Cricket magazine offered readers the chance of winning a cricket set of a Kratos bat, pads, gloves and a kit bag (as used by Pite van Biljon) sponsored by Genesis cricket.
Angelo Mathews grabbed a wicket with his first ball bowled in nearly two years to help Sri Lanka to victory over the West Indies at The Riverside Durham, Chester-le-Street.
If ever there was a time to change things, it is now. Right now. The next World Cup is only four years away.
SA Cricket Magazine contributors Craig Lewis and Wade Pretorius sit down to dissect another Proteas World Cup disaster.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson was measured in his assessment of his side’s performance that all but eliminated South Africa from the Cricket World Cup, writes DANIEL GALLAN in London.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis cast a dejected figure at the post-match media conference after his side went down by four wickets in the final over against New Zealand in Edgbaston, writes DANIEL GALLAN in London.
The Money Man and Independent Media‘s Head of Sport, Mark Keohane chat about the Proteas’ woeful start to the World Cup, the AB de Villiers saga, and assess where the Proteas will finish on the table.