The Proteas limped out of World Cup contention with two round-robin matches remaining. SA Cricket magazine columnist HD Ackerman offers his version of the way forward.
Former Proteas coach Russell Domingo is looking forward to reuniting with former colleagues, after being appointed head coach of Bangladesh.
Former Proteas all-rounder Jacques Kallis has added to the chorus received by batsman Hashim Amla, who retired from all international cricket earlier this week.
Sri Lankan fast bowler Lasith Malinga’s ODI career ended this week, with 15 years in the intermediate format of the international game and 338 wickets in 226 matches.
New Zealand head coach Gary Stead has suggested the World Cup be shared, if 100 overs of standard play can’t decide a winner in future finals.
New Zealand’s Black Caps, ever the underdogs, may yet thrive as the outsiders when they face hosts England in the final of the World Cup at Lord’s on Sunday, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
The bookmakers have given New Zealand little hope of going one step better than their 2015 run as they prepare to face hosts England in the World Cup final.
Former Proteas captain AB de Villiers has broken his silence over controversial allegations that he had made himself available for World Cup selection on the eve of the tournament.
JP Duminy’s career has left us with more ‘what ifs’ than Game of Thrones’ ending.
The Proteas are back in the country following another disappointing Cricket World Cup. JOHN GOLIATH rates the players’ performance during their stay in the United Kingdom.
The team of the 2019 World Cup group stages basically picks itself, such has been the number of standout performers in England. Do you agree with this starting XI?
Faf du Plessis addresses the media after the Proteas returned to South Africa after a disappointing 2019 World Cup campaign.
Proteas coach Ottis Gibson addresses the media after the Proteas returned home from a disastrous 2019 World Cup campaign.
The semi-finals will be the platform for the intense battle between Rohit Sharma and David Warner to sit on top of the run-scorers chart as the World Cup reaches the business end.
Mitchell Starc looks set to be crowned the bowler of the tournament after taking 26 wickets in the group stage of the 2019 Cricket World Cup.