Proteas batsman Aiden Markram has expressed his desire to be the next captain of the South African Test team, saying he ‘would love’ to be the new leader.
Former Proteas head coach Ray Jennings has thrown his support behind Aiden Markram to replace Faf du Plessis as the country’s new Test captain.
Fit-again Proteas batsman Aiden Markram is approaching a potential return to the national set-up as if he has never played for Proteas in the past.
Aiden Markram is eager to learn from Hashim Amla’s proven experience in English conditions, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Aiden Markram reveals his goals for the ICC Cricket World Cup.
The World Cup will be the perfect platform for Aiden Markram to showcase his talent and play an impact role in England, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Aiden Markram completed his stint in England with a half-century on Sunday for Hampshire before returning home to South Africa to prepare for the World Cup.
Aiden Markram admits that the trip to England has helped build his confidence in England conditions ahead of the World Cup.
Aiden Markram scored a solid 88 and took 3-39 that included the wicket of England captain Eoin Morgan as Hampshire crushed Middlesex by 119 runs in Southampton on Tuesday.
Aiden Markram and JP Duminy are back for the Proteas as they aim to reclaim their spots in the starting XI and help the hosts get one step closer to whitewashing Sri Lanka, writes KHALID MOHIDIN.
Aiden Markram says he is focused on scoring as many runs for the Titans and not on Proteas ODI selection.
Aiden Markram shares the story of his early days in cricket and his hopes for the future with SA Cricket magazine’s Khalid Mohidin.
Khalid Mohidin hangs out with Paarl Rocks’ opening batsman Aiden Markram at Boland Park.
Watch our exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from our upcoming Uncovered documentary with Aiden Markram of the Proteas and the Paarl Rocks.
Aiden Markram was run out for 19 in the second ODI against Australia at a point when South Africa were starting to dominate the Aussie attack. It was a costly wicket, and there were three reasons why this should never have happened, writes SIMON LEWIS.