Former Proteas captain AB de Villiers has revealed that the team’s exit from the 2015 Cricket World Cup by narrowly losing to New Zealand in the semi-final haunted him in the aftermath.
Cricket South Africa has confirmed Saturday 18 July – which is also Nelson Mandela International Day – as the new date for the inaugural 3TCricket match.
Cricket South Africa has indicated that there has been a delay in the finalising of its independent forensic audit into allegations of misconduct at board level.
All-rounder Ben Stokes will captain England for the very first time in the opening Test against the West Indies in Southampton next week.
Cricket South Africa has confirmed that the men’s high-performance training squad returned to full training on Monday following the Department of Sports approval last week.
The West Indies side will wear a Black Lives Matter logo on their shirt collars for the upcoming Test series against England, starting in less than two weeks.
Former South African U19 coach Lawrence Mahatlane will take up the new role of head coach of the Ugandan national cricket team.
The Pakistan cricket team arrived in the UK on Sunday evening inside a bio-secure bubble in preparation of their upcoming Test and T20I series against England.
England have stepped up their preparations for the upcoming Test series against the West Indies by moving into a bio-secure bubble.
A Mankad dismissal does not happen often in the game, but when it does, it’s always a very big talking point.
Cricket South Africa has confirmed in a statement it is in possession of a fraudulent document suggesting that Proteas head coach Mark Boucher is a shareholder of 3TC Cricket.
The Pakistan Cricket Board has confirmed that seven more players have tested positive for coronavirus, with a total of ten players now infected ahead of their tour to England in August.
England paceman Jofra Archer has confirmed that he has successfully recovered from an elbow injury and is ready to be deployed against the West Indies.
Cricket South Africa on Monday confirmed that seven people in its administration had tested positive for coronavirus, with a few of them players.
Former Proteas all-rounder JP Duminy says an open and honest discussion is needed to tackle the racial problems facing cricket in South Africa.