The ICC will distribute equal prize money to men’s and women’s teams from now on at its events.
Umpires are no longer required to give a soft signal when referring decisions to the TV umpire.
Cricket South Africa is set to get just 4.37% of the ICC’s $600-million annual earnings in the proposed model for the 2024-27 cycle.
Marco Jansen has been named the ICC Men’s Emerging Cricketer of the Year.
Proteas fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has been named in the ICC Men’s Test Team of the Year.
ICC elite match referee Ritchie Richardson has determined that the pitch used for the first Test between Australia and South Africa at the Gabba was not good enough.
India, England and Australia’s takeover of international cricket will fundamentally change the game for the worse, writes RYAN VREDE.
The ICC will re-introduce neutral umpires soon despite the Covid-19 pandemic providing an opportunity to give home umpires more exposure.
The ICC has confirmed the host nations of the eight white-ball men’s tournaments to take place from 2024 to 2031.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has officially launched its intention for the sport to be included in the Olympic Games from 2028 onwards.
The Indian Premier League organisers will forever be remembered for putting profits ahead of people, while the players who stayed and played while thousands died and hundreds of thousands were infected daily will be judged by history, writes RYAN VREDE.
As the humanitarian crisis in India deepens, so does the desperation of the organisers and franchise owners to plaster over their moral bankruptcy. This while the spineless ICC says nothing, writes RYAN VREDE.
After looking on the verge of purging itself from the toxic members’ council, the interim board and government conceded to a resolution that will ‘save’ cricket in the short term but kill it eventually, writes RYAN VREDE.
Sports minister Nathi Mthethwa gave cricket the hard reset it needed, but that drastic step will mean nothing if the corrective action isn’t carefully considered, writes RYAN VREDE.
Former Zimbabwe captain Heath Streak has been banned from all forms of cricket involvement for eight years after accepting multiple charges of breaching the ICC’s anti-corruption code.