South Africa’s three changes for the third and final T20I against Australia in Sydney were absolutely ludicrous.
South Africa lost their one and only warm-up match prior to this week’s T20I series against Australia, but I don’t think it will have a major impact on the preparations.
The Proteas have become a far more effective side since Quinton de Kock relieved AB de Villiers of the wicketkeeping duties.
JP Duminy will have a crucial bowling role to play in the lead up to the 2015 World Cup.
The ODI series in New Zealand represents both a challenge and an opportunity for what is a well-balanced Proteas team.
Kevin Pietersen is too good not to be playing international cricket for England.
Both the Cobras and Dolphins were inadequately prepared for the Champions League tournament.
Death bowling is a skill that South African players need to master sooner rather than later.
Robin Peterson will lend variety to the Proteas bowling attack on a flat deck at St George’s Park.
There is a place for sledging in the game, as long as the chirps and comments are within reason.
The legality of ball-tampering is no longer a simple right or wrong issue, given the imbalance between bat and ball.
JP Duminy’s contributions to the Proteas Test side in recent series should not be discounted.