The CSA Provincial T20 Knock Out has exposed glaring deficiencies across the board in our cricket, most notably in our batting. It is going to cost the Proteas dearly in the years ahead. An intervention is urgently needed and it starts with Graeme Smith, writes RYAN VREDE.
All-rounder Chris Morris has spoken out about his omission from the Proteas’ squad for the upcoming T20 World Cup.
Graeme Smith and AB de Villiers’ responses to allegations made against them at the Social Justice and Nation Building hearings will define the success or failure of this process, 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.
Ashwell Prince’s gut-wrenching testimony at the Cricket for Social Justice and Nation Building hearings raised complex issues that left one feeling helpless, but rolling over is not an option, writes RYAN VREDE.
Omphile Ramela has told the Social Justice and Nation Building hearings that Graeme Smith’s appointment as Cricket SA’s director of cricket in 2020 was “unlawful” and did not follow correct procedure.
Cricket South Africa’s director of cricket, Graeme Smith, has every right to defend himself against potentially defamatory accusations of a racial nature. But with new testimony from the SJN leaked regularly, he is under immense pressure and needs to act with emotional intelligence, writes RYAN VREDE.
CARL LEWIS takes a nostalgic look back at the Proteas’ last tour to West Indies when a Graeme Smith-led side won a three-match series 2-0.
Former Proteas spinner Paul Harris has identified the one innings from Graeme Smith he wishes he could have played himself.
Watch Graeme Smith reflect on that famous day when he went out to bat with a broken hand against Australia in Sydney back in 2009. A special watch-along show with Smith will air on SuperSport tonight at 8pm about the historic series.
Cricket South Africa director of cricket Graeme Smith says the ICC needs urgent leadership improvement after the cancellation of the Australia tour.
In part two of the series, SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE explains why a West Indies icon’s calendar-year runs mean more than the man who holds that record.
In the first piece of a two-part series, SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE dissects the records of the top five Test run-scorers in a calendar year, and re-ranks them according to difficulty and significance.
MARK KEOHANE, for IOL, writes that Graeme Smith is capable of leading South African cricket out of the mire but has to dig deep within himself before his own cleansing is complete.
It’s time to put an end to the binary thought on the Smith/Tsolekile saga, writes DANIEL GALLAN.