Imran Tahir will have a big role to play in the upcoming Cricket World Cup, writes RYAN VREDE.
As attention starts to turn to the Cricket World Cup and the headline acts, spare a thought for someone who has never managed to grab the national selectors’ attention. LUKE ALFRED explains.
As befitting an accountancy student, Theunis de Bruyn knows the importance of numbers, writes MARK SALTER.
Dale Steyn will soon surpass Makhaya Ntini as South Africa’s second highest wicket-taker in Test match cricket – and keeps prolific company.
We rate the South African XI out of 10 – after Saturday’s convincing victory over the West Indies in the first Test in Centurion.
Stiaan van Zyl’s outstanding century on Test debut, at the very least, silenced the pretenders – and their misguided supporters, writes JONHENRY WILSON.
We are giving away three sets of double tickets for each day of the third Test between South Africa and the West Indies at Newlands in Cape Town, from 2 to 6 January 2015.
Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers’ 308-run stand, on days one and two of the series opener against the West Indies in Centurion, weighed in as South Africa’s highest fourth-wicket partnership – and 12th greatest overall.
Sixteen years ago Brian Lara brought a West Indian cricket side to South Africa for the first time, writes LUKE ALFRED.
Ahead of the first Test starting on Wednesday, we look at the updated key Test stats featuring South Africa and West Indies.
The caps are maroon, the accents are lilting, the attitudes laid-back, but don’t be fooled. The team coming to South Africa this summer is not the West Indies, writes TOM EATON.
With 10 weeks to go before South Africa’s opening World Cup fixture, we kick off our countdown, which will bring a new feature every 10 days, with a testing set of trivia …
After the frenetic fun and fireworks of the ODIs in New Zealand and Australia, the Proteas turn their attention to Test cricket, writes MARK SALTER.
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The Proteas gathered a relatively straightforward win over the Springboks in a sold-out spectacle in Cape Town earlier this year, but will face a substantially tougher rematch in Johannesburg this week. Five rugby players, buoyed by relatively successful individual performances in January, will target more of the same some 11 months later.