Relive this incredible moment former Proteas skipper AB de Villiers delivered a singing masterclass on a recent TV show with Afrikaans artist Karen Zoid.
A look back at AB de Villiers taking the West Indies bowlers apart to score the fastest 150 in ODI cricket at the 2015 World Cup.
There’s no place for some iconic cricketers, including two India legends, as Nasser Hussain and Rob Key pick their best teams in a ‘Battle of the eras’ Test.
Can AB de Villiers turn his IPL returns into Proteas profit and defy time in an international T20 comeback? SA Cricket magazine editor Ryan Vrede and Mark Keohane discuss.
India superstar Virat Kohli thinks AB de Villiers is the most skilled player in the game. Do you agree with him?
Former Proteas captain AB de Villiers has opened up on his strong bond with Indian skipper and IPL teammate Virat Kohli, saying he is ‘much deeper than just a cricket player’.
Mark Keohane, on IOL Sport, writes that AB de Villiers, at 36 years of age, still has life in him as an international cricketer, be it in T20 or ODI’s.
We all know AB de Villiers can work his magic a cricket bat, but hitting a one-handed six on to the roof of the M Chinnaswamy Stadium again showed the incredible qualities of Mr 360.
AB de Villiers has often proven to be one of the best fielders in the modern game – now you can relive one of his very best fielding feats early in his career when he ran out Simon Katich in 2006.
Relive this spectacular innings by AB de Villiers in South Africa’s high-scoring performance against India during the fifth and decisive ODI in Mumbai in 2015.
AB de Villiers and Virat Kolhi delivered one of the greatest partnerships in IPL history during the Royal Challengers Bangalore’s clash with the Gujarat Lions in 2016.
Former Proteas skipper and star batsman AB de Villiers took to Instagram on Friday afternoon to raise his personal concerns about the Covid-19 pandemic. He’s called on South Africans and people around the world to stick together and play their part in the battle with the coronavirus.
AB de Villiers’ century during the first Test of South Africa’s tour of Australia in 2008-09 carved the way for a memorable victory in Perth.
The Proteas and Quinton de Kock in particular would benefit from Faf du Plessis and AB de Villiers’ inclusion at the T20 World Cup, writes JON CARDINELLI.
AB de Villiers’ stint in the Big Bash League ended after his Brisbane Heat team were beaten by seven wickets by the Melbourne Renegades at Marvel Stadium to crash out of the competition.