Sachin Tendulkar, who turned 43 on Sunday, is our Legend of the Week.
Pat Symcox, who turned 56 on Thursday, is our legend of the week.
Hashim Amla, who turns 33 on Thursday, became the first cricketer of Indian descent to play for South Africa.
Former South African opener and convener of selectors Andrew Hudson is our Legend of the Week.
It was on this day in 1996 that Brian Lara scored a hundred to almost single-handedly eliminate South Africa from the World Cup.
New Zealand cricket legend Martin Crowe has passed away at the age of 53 after losing his battle with lymphoma.
Herschelle Gibbs was the most naturally gifted batsman to open the batting for South Africa in the modern era.
Mike Procter was perhaps one of the most naturally gifted all-rounders the game of cricket has ever seen.
We’ll never know how good Barry Richards could have been on the international stage, but he remains one of South Africa’s all-time greats.
Graeme Pollock, South Africa’s player of the 20th century, made his debut 52 years ago to the day on Friday.
While not the most naturally gifted player, Gary Kirsten will go down as one of the best openers in the history of South African cricket.