• De Bruyn the yo-yo man, not go-to guy

    De Bruyn the yo-yo man, not go-to guy

    Damn. Theunis de Bruyn is in the firing line again. How very convenient. It’s nice being South Africa’s go-to guy when there is an injury or other absence, but equally uncool being the yo-yo man, writes JONHENRY WILSON. In and out of the side, according to convenience and circumstance, De Bruyn is getting a raw deal in the Proteas XI…. Read more →

    Kleinveldt critics not justified

    Kleinveldt critics not justified

    Rory Kleinveldt proved expensive in the Tshwane Spartans’ opening Mzansi Super League defeat to the Cape Town Blitz on Friday and then almost lost them Sunday’s contest with the Paarl Rocks, but there is life left in the old dog yet, writes JONHENRY WILSON.

    Farhaan Behardien

    Boucher, Behardien get cold feet

    The Titans’ decision to block out a draw in the opening match of the 4-Day Franchise Series typified why South African first-class competition is inferior to the entertaining four-day cricket showcased by Australia and England, writes JONHENRY WILSON.

    CSA awards: The case for Elgar

    CSA awards: The case for Elgar

    While Faf du Plessis should be named the T20 International Cricketer of the Year and AB de Villiers and Imran Tahir are ostensibly the frontrunners for the ODI Cricketer of the Year accolade, the Test Cricketer of the Year category promises due reward for Dean Elgar. Elgar is in competition with Hashim Amla and Dale Steyn for the prestigious award… Read more →

    Exclusive Kyle Coetzer Q&A

    Exclusive Kyle Coetzer Q&A

    SA Cricket magazine spoke exclusively to Scotland’s in-form World Cup batsman Kyle Coetzer, whose connection to South Africa is alive and well – and will soon have the chance to rekindle yesteryear’s success with Richard Levi and Rory Kleinveldt.