Quinton de Kock’s sensational return to form has reaffirmed his unequivocal value as the most important member of the Proteas squad for the T20 World Cup, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
While Keshav Maharaj understandably grabbed the headlines in the second Test against the West Indies, there was a lot to like about the fitness and form of Lungi Ngidi, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
As the Proteas head into the first Test against the West Indies, CRAIG LEWIS picks three things that would be good to see as Mark Boucher’s charges look to turn around their red-ball fortunes.
As a two-Test series against the West Indies looms on the cricket horizon, the Proteas will need Kagiso Rabada performing at his ferocious best, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The Proteas’ fall to seventh in the Test rankings is a sad state of affairs, but it also serves as a reminder that iconic teams from the recent past were as good as it gets, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The IPL’s indefinite postponement was inevitable, but the fact organisers took so long to make the decision beggars belief, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Aiden Markram is increasingly establishing a formidable presence at the crease. He should be an automatic selection for this year’s T20 World Cup, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Temba Bavuma’s appointment as the first permanent black African captain is a wonderful moment for South African sport, and invokes memories of when Siya Kolisi first became Springbok skipper, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
In the first part of a new series, CRAIG LEWIS identifies fiery fast bowler Andre Nel as one of the most underrated former Proteas.
Young Janneman Malan will rightly grab the headlines after his stunning century in the second ODI against Australia, but don’t overlook the gritty maturity of a reborn David Miller, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Temba Bavuma’s important message off the field was as powerful as his strokes were on it this past Tuesday, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The arrival of Anrich Nortje as the Proteas’ new bowling enforcer is a massive boon for Mark Boucher’s team, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
If cricket is a gentleman’s game, Hashim Amla will always be the living, breathing example of what that stands for, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
AB de Villiers’ statement to clear the air over controversial World Cup allegations may serve as a reminder about the perils of jumping to conclusions, but there are still questions to be answered, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The Proteas’ World Cup woes should not overshadow a much-needed grand farewell for the one-of-a-kind Imran Tahir, writes CRAIG LEWIS.