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.
On this day in 2003, Graeme Smith hit 259 against England to record the highest individual Test score from an overseas batsman at Lord’s.
SA Cricket magazine reader Michael Swartz writes in an open letter to CSA director of cricket Graeme Smith detailing the thing he has to get right.
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.
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.
Former England skipper Nasser Hussain has recalled the hilarious moment he forgot Graeme Smith’s name during the famous 2003 series.
CSA President and Chairman of the Board, Chris Nenzani, has responded to Director of Cricket, Graeme Smith’s endorsement of former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly as a potential candidate for the Chairman of the ICC.
Graeme Smith had always loved scoring runs in England and 2008 was no different – he struck a match-winning century in South Africa’s second innings during the third Test at Edgbaston.
English seamer Stuart Broad has described bowling to former Proteas skipper Graeme Smith as ‘an absolute nightmare.’
Cricket South Africa is taking an encouraging long-term approach by locking down Graeme Smith and easing Quinton de Kock’s workload, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Graeme Smith says he is ‘determined to get South African cricket back to where it belongs as one of the world leaders at international level’.
During his first-ever tour of England in 2003, Graeme Smith became one of only four batsmen to ever hit double centuries in consecutive Test matches.
With the series safely secured the Proteas and Australia head to the Sydney Cricket Ground for the final Test match of the 2008-09 series down under. In what was already a highly dramatic and exciting series, concluded with a touch of courage and bravery by the South African skipper Graeme Smith.