The Mzansi Super League is set to expand by adding two new teams for the third edition of South Africa’s new flagship domestic T20 competition.
Cricket South Africa has reportedly lined up a cash-rich T20 series against India but face an anxious wait to see if international travel will allow it to proceed.
This year’s edition of the Indian Premier League is meant to start this week, but probably won’t. The 2009 IPL was hosted in South Africa. What happened then…?
A change of mindset and the backing of his captains has helped Dale Steyn remain one of the most lethal bowlers in world cricket, according to a new study.
Cricket South Africa acting chief executive officer Jacques Faul has confirmed this year’s edition of the Mzansi Super League will go ahead.
Dale Steyn may have hung up his Test whites but he is determined to play his way into the Proteas’ plans for the forthcoming T20I World Cup in Australia, writes SM HUSSAIN.
The Proteas Women’s victory over England was sensational and came with an added bit of drama after Katherine Brunt did not mankad Sune Luus in the final over.
Lungi Ngidi has called for the use of technology to be introduced in a bid to rule out incorrect and potentially match-defining decisions out in the middle.
He may have stepped down from his leadership role but Faf du Plessis still has an important role to play in the Proteas’ lineup, insists Quinton De Kock.
The first KFC T20 International between South Africa and Australia kicks off at the Bullring on Friday night and will be played in front of a sold out crowd.
David Warner and Quinton De Kock will resume their rivalry when Australia face South Africa but don’t expect a flare up of their tensions.
The Proteas were impressive at times during the three-match series loss to England. ANDRE HUISAMEN highlights which players enhanced their reputations and who took a knock.
Fast bowler Josh Hazlewood is not concerned about the reception David Warner and Steve Smith will receive in South Africa later this month.
Lungi Ngidi has heaped praise on bowling coach Charl Langeveldt and the work done on his mental game following his Buffalo Park heroics.
Technology will be introduced at the women’s T20 World Cup in Australia to be held later this month in a bid to end front-foot no-ball issues.