Fourty-four years after the Soweto uprising and 28 years since Omar Henry became the first non-white cricketer of the post-isolation era, we still have some way to go, writes RYAN VREDE.
In part two of the series, SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE explains why a West Indies icon’s calendar-year runs mean more than the man who holds that record.
In the first piece of a two-part series, SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE dissects the records of the top five Test run-scorers in a calendar year, and re-ranks them according to difficulty and significance.
Cricket South Africa is looking to use the current Covid-19 pandemic to its advantage and generate welcome income for the financially struggling board, writes ANDRE HUISAMEN.
In the next month the game’s leaders have to make some of the biggest decisions of the last decade, writes RYAN VREDE.
Shane Warne’s feud reignition with Steve Waugh speaks more to his mental constitution than it does expose Waugh’s incompetency. And that’s fine, writes RYAN VREDE.
Much has been speculated about this year’s T20 World Cup in Australia and whether the seventh edition of the event will actually go ahead due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, writes ANDRE HUISAMEN.
It is five months to the day that former Cricket SA chief executive Thabang Moroe was placed on ‘precautionary suspension’ on 6 December last year, with the CSA board some way off discussing the yet-to-be-completed forensic audit of his affairs, writes LUKE ALFRED.
Aiden Markram must once again be handed the reins of national interest as the Boucher-era takes shape, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
Since South Africa’s readmission to international cricket, 10 of the 12 men to captain the national team in Test cricket have been top-order batsmen.
The Proteas management remains intent on developing a wider group of players rather than merely a best XI, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The decision to give Graeme Smith a two-year contract for the role of director of cricket has, for the most part, gone down well with fans and pundits alike.
Speaking to SA Cricket magazine, former England batsman Nick Compton opens up on pursuing a new path after his once-bright cricket career was brought to a heart-rending end, writes ANDRE HUISAMEN.
Cricket South Africa is taking an encouraging long-term approach by locking down Graeme Smith and easing Quinton de Kock’s workload, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The Proteas management must avoid asking too much of Quinton de Kock during this period of transition.