Interim director of cricket Graeme Smith has confirmed new ODI captain Quinton de Kock’s appointment is permanent and not just for next month’s series against England.
Quinton de Kock’s first media conference since being appointed captain of the 50-over team went according to script – if anyone could write one for this swashbuckling prodigy who would rather be fishing, writes DANIEL GALLAN.
Assistant coach Graham Thorpe has suggested fast bowler Jofra Archer will return to the England XI for this week’s fourth and final Test against the Proteas at the Wanderers.
Former Eastern Province and Proteas all-rounder Dave Callaghan has been named as captain of South Africa for the Over-50 World Cup.
JON CARDINELLI charts the worrying decline of South Africa’s top six, following the retirement of Jacques Kallis and Graeme Smith six years ago.
Predict who will take the most wickets in the fourth Test between the Proteas and England at the Wanderers and you could stand a chance of winning a copy of South Africa’s Greatest Bowlers: Past and Present.
The Proteas squad for next month’s ODI series against England has several obvious omissions.
Selector Linda Zondi has explained the absence of fast bowler Kagiso Rabada and batsman Faf du Plessis from the Proteas squad for next month’s ODI series against England.
The South Africa Women side gave an efficient enough display in both facets of the game when they beat the Auckland Hearts by 27 runs on Tuesday in their last warm-up match at Kentigern College, Auckland.
Former Proteas coach Ottis Gibson has joined Bangladesh as fast-bowling coach where he will work under Russell Domingo, the man he replaced in the South African dressing room.
Theunis de Bruyn’s 13th first-class century helped the Titans move into a powerful position at the halfway stage of their 4-Day Domestic Series Jukskei derby against the log-leading Lions at SuperSport Park in Centurion on Tuesday.
A crucial half-century by Senuran Muthusamy followed by four wickets from the Dolphins bowlers ensured they closed the second day of their 4-Day Domestic Series encounter with the Knights on top in Durban on Tuesday.
A career-best 83 by captain Lizaad Williams helped the Cape Cobras establish marginal control over the Warriors after a rain-shortened second day of their 4-Day Domestic Series encounter at Buffalo Park in East London on Tuesday.
South Africa U19 assistant coach Chris van Noordwyk has stressed the importance of the team’s upcoming matches in pursuit of a place in the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup super league quarter-finals, starting with the encounter against Canada in Potchefstroom on Wednesday.
South Africa’s domestic cricket structures have been running at a loss for several years, with the international game propping it up financially.