Another mediocre summer should see Alviro Petersen making way for Quinton de Kock at the top of the order.
Proteas seamer Vernon Philander needs to make this Test series against the West Indies count.
There is little to gain from pushing a partially-fit JP Duminy to play in the three-Test series against the West Indies.
The Proteas’ selectors have missed a trick by not picking David Miller, Rilee Rossouw, and Imran Tahir in the Test squad.
I, like the rest of world cricket, am very saddened by the death of Phil Hughes. He was a superb cricketer.
South Africa’s ODI series loss to Australia is disappointing. The games were close but the Proteas are losing too many.
South Africa have a handful of ODI matches to get their bowling firing or they can kiss goodbye to any hope of winning the World Cup.
What former Proteas wicketkeeper Mark Boucher had to say on SuperSport about the fourth ODI defeat in Melbourne.
AB de Villiers is the most complete cricketer in the world and South Africa’s chances of winning the World Cup depend on him.
Australia won the small battles in Canberra and ultimately it saw them win the war.
I see Johan Botha is doing well for South Australia again. He should be back in the South Africa set-up.
Morne Morkel would love to dig up the WACA pitch and carry it around Australia with him for the rest of the ODI series.
No matter what AB de Villiers and David Miller threatened to do, South Africa were never going to win the first ODI in Perth.
Dale Steyn was unfortunate not to be named ODI Player of the Year for 2014 ahead of AB de Villiers at the International Cricket Council awards.
South Africa’s three changes for the third and final T20I against Australia in Sydney were absolutely ludicrous.