South Africa’s greatest-ever all-rounder, Jacques Kallis, isn’t always a valid yardstick for measuring other cricketers, but when it comes to Ben Stokes, even greats are fair game.
Some of events in which CSA made the headlines for all the wrong reasons this year.
A tournament beset by early problems is heading into an all-important second edition, writes Jonhenry Wilson in SA Cricket magazine.
David Bedingham has followed a season at the Cobras with recognition in the Mzansi Super League, being purchased by the Cape Town Blitz for R180 000 in the 2019 player draft, writes Jonhenry Wilson in SA Cricket magazine.
Ryan Rickelton was a key member of the Jozi Stars’ squad during the 2018 MSL campaign and is one of six players retained for their title defence, writes Jonhenry Wilson in SA Cricket magazine.
The good, the bad and the ugly after the Proteas sunk to a 3-0 Test series whitewash at the hands of India in Ranchi.
Fast bowler Kagiso Rabada and several other Proteas stars were overlooked at Sunday’s player draft for The Hundred – the England and Wales Cricket Board’s new limited-overs tournament.
Several South African cricketers are effectively overpriced for this week’s player draft for the Hundred – the England and Wales Cricket Board’s new limited-overs tournament. Some, however, would be veritable steals if drafted for next year’s inaugural tournament.
Take a look at what you can expect to find in the latest issue of SA Cricket magazine, on sale now!
Temba Bavuma is on the cover of the new SA Cricket magazine, on sale this week!
Anrich Nortje’s performance on day one of this week’s second Test in Pune is, unfortunately, indicative of the Proteas’ muddled thinking and game plans in India.
India and the Proteas will contest a key Test series opener in Visakhapatnam. The Proteas have not won a Test series in India since 2000. How can they get it right this time?
One of the Proteas’ few success stories from the World Cup, Rassie van der Dussen, now wants to kick on and do more for his country.
The Proteas limped out of World Cup contention with two round-robin matches remaining. SA Cricket magazine columnist HD Ackerman offers his version of the way forward.
It might get worse before it gets better, writes Gary Lemke in his latest SA Cricket Magazine column.