India will do battle with Australia for the next three months in all three formats of the game. NERINA DREYER previews the much-anticipated clash between two cricket giants.
In the fourth part of a new series, ANDRE HUISAMEN identifies the elegant Jacques Rudolph as one of the most underrated former Proteas.
In the third part of a new series, JUANDRE JOUBERT identifies off-spinner Simon Harmer as one of the most underrated former Proteas.
South African cricket is in crisis. Here is a timeline of how things fell apart.
Faf du Plessis and Kagiso Rabada have been sensational in IPL so far, and here’s a look at how the South Africans have been doing in the 2020 edition.
Two months ago 23-year-old Dayyaan Galiem walked away as the big winner at the Multiply Titans’ annual awards dinner having claimed three top prizes. He chatted to ANDRE HUISAMEN about his breakthrough season at the Pretoria-based team.
Cricket South Africa has Peter de Villiers-ised its transformation agenda, writes RYAN VREDE.
The proposed Restoration Fund for cricketers who feel wronged by racial prejudice has the potential to be a complex mess and doesn’t address the root cause, writes RYAN VREDE.
There is so much negativity in the sporting world and there is so much uncertainty, but this week there was only positivity and certainty with Jacques Kallis’ induction into the ICC Cricket’s Hall of Fame, writes MARK KEOHANE for IOL Sport.
MARK KEOHANE, for IOL, writes that Graeme Smith is capable of leading South African cricket out of the mire but has to dig deep within himself before his own cleansing is complete.
It’s time to put an end to the binary thought on the Smith/Tsolekile saga, writes DANIEL GALLAN.
There must be empathy and sympathy with #BlackLivesMatter. There has to be listening and understanding. But there also has to be perspective and an unemotional unpacking of when the subject is #BlackLivesMatter or when #BLM is a convenient mask, writes MARK KEOHANE for the Cape Times.
Curtis Campher is the first Irish cricketer in ODI history to score back-to-back half-centuries and take wickets in both matches. He did it against World Cup ODI champions England, writes MARK KEOHANE for IOL.
Fourty-four years after the Soweto uprising and 28 years since Omar Henry became the first non-white cricketer of the post-isolation era, we still have some way to go, writes RYAN VREDE.
Momin Mehmood Butt looks back at a day that will be forever cherished as the time when Dale Steyn and Sachin Tendulkar faced off in a duel for the ages.