• QnA with Marais Erasmus

    QnA with Marais Erasmus

    SA Cricket magazine spoke exclusively to South African and International Cricket Council elite umpire Marais Erasmus about the crackdown on suspect bowling actions, contentious cricketers, the possibility of day-night Test matches – and more.

    QnA with Ray Jennings

    QnA with Ray Jennings

    SA Cricket magazine spoke exclusively to former Proteas and South Africa U19 coach Ray Jennings about character versus technique, his tough approach to the job – and more.

    Sachin's dig at Procter

    Sachin’s dig at Procter

    India’s greatest-ever batsman, Sachin Tendulkar, has criticised South Africa’s Mike Procter in his new autobiography, Playing It My Way, over the ‘Monkeygate’ scandal involving Australia in 2008.

    I didn't cheat – Sachin

    I didn’t cheat – Sachin

    India great Sachin Tendulkar has revealed his ‘shock’ and ‘humiliation’ at being accused of ball tampering during the second Test against South Africa in Port Elizabeth on the 2001/02 tour.

    Six of the Best: Ram Slam stars

    Six of the Best: Ram Slam stars

    While international recruits Chris Gayle and cohorts will bring flair and additional marketability to the Ram Slam T20 Challenge, this homegrown sextet will ensure genuine substance prevails.

    Morris: I've fallen behind

    Morris: I’ve fallen behind

    SA Cricket magazine spoke exclusively to South African seamer Chris Morris, who will be in action during the Ram Slam T20 Challenge, which starts on Sunday.

    Caribbean crusaders

    Caribbean crusaders

    Andre Russell, Dwayne Bravo, Kieron Pollard and Darren Sammy are not the first men from the Caribbean to grace South African domestic cricket. Here we look at a dozen others to have played in the country. 1. Tall, intimidating, quick and cheeky, fast bowler Franklyn Stephenson was lost to West Indian Cricket after participating in the rebel tours of the… Read more →

    Proteas on Twitter #RIPSenzoMeyiwa

    Proteas on Twitter #RIPSenzoMeyiwa

    South African cricketers past and present mourn the death of Pirates and Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa, who was murdered at his girlfriend’s home on Sunday evening.

    KP's views on SA

    KP’s views on SA

    The Pietermaritzburg-born Kevin Pietersen’s telling autobiography ‘KP’, released this month, features several damning remarks about his former England team-mates.

    Beginning of KP's era

    Beginning of KP’s era

    Wherever Kevin Pietersen has gone, he has always been a stand-out player. Here we look at his humble beginnings, where he played for Natal ‘B’ and Natal ‘A’ and batted at No9 and bowled off-spin.

    Test your knowledge

    Test your knowledge

    Prepare yourself for South Africa’s ODI series against New Zealand with a testing string of trivia. The answers are at the bottom of the page, but we’re trusting you won’t scroll down until you’ve had a good go at the 10 questions.

    A licence to thrill

    A licence to thrill

    There is a freedom and freshness about South Africa’s newest left-handed batting talent. This baby-faced assassin looks to be the real deal, writes Tom Eaton.

    Parnell's growing pains

    Parnell’s growing pains

    To watch Wayne Parnell in the second Test against Australia in February was to see a glimpse of the player he should be, writes Ryan Vrede. There had been a four-year gap between appearances in the Test side, and in three balls he made a statement about the depth of his talent.

    Making the man

    Making the man

    Quinton de Kock has shown his aptitude for international cricket. Now we have to give him the support he needs to build a long and run-laden career for the Proteas.