Former Proteas captain AB de Villiers is looking forward to commentating during the SA20, which starts next Tuesday.
AB de Villiers is the most important South African batsman of the past 20 years, arguably ever, because of how he played the game and what he achieved, writes RYAN VREDE.
The Social Justice and Nation Building (SJN) hearings will resume in September after several parties, including CSA director of cricket Graeme Smith, AB de Villiers and the South African Cricketers’ Association (Saca), were granted an extension to prepare their responses.
AB de Villiers admits he doesn’t really prepare for impressive knocks like on this past Sunday and he often surprises himself in the process. Check out his full post-match chat here.
AB de Villiers showed once again why he is one of the best in the world by hitting the KKR bowlers to all parts of the ground on Sunday.
Take a peek behind the scenes at a recent Royal Challengers Bangalore training session where AB de Villiers shared some of his thoughts ahead of the IPL.
Herschelle Gibbs’s 175 against Australia in the 438-game of 2006 is the fifth highest individual score by a Proteas batsman in ODI cricket. Here are the five best scores in the 50-overs format by a South African.
There has been some lightning-quick centuries scored in One-Day Internationals. Here’s a look at some of the fastest in history.
SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE doesn’t want to see Steve Smith captain Australia again for the same reasons he doesn’t want Quinton de Kock to do the job for South Africa.
There was a time in recent cricket history when the Proteas were a white-ball force. Getting back there is going to take time, but there are signs of life, writes RYAN VREDE.
KL Rahul’s mastery has edged out Faf du Plessis in the IPL to date, but there has been nobody better with the ball than Kagiso Rabada.
Elite athletes are often rejuvenated by the challenge of proving their worth. That’s what we’re seeing with AB de Villiers, writes RYAN VREDE.
AB de Villiers produced a sensational innings of 73* off 33 deliveries in the Royal Challengers Bangalore’s 82-run win over the Kolkata Knight Riders.
Ever wondered how well the great AB de Villiers sees a cricket ball? The Brisbane Heat stuck a GoPro to his helmet during a batting session, while he was representing them in the recent Big Bash League.
AB de Villiers’ much-anticipated Big Bash debut proved quite significant for his new Brisbane Heat team as he contributed a quick-fire 40 at the Gabba on Tuesday.