On this day in 1992, Jonty Rhodes channelled his inner Superman to run out Inzimam-ul-Haq at the World Cup.
Former Proteas great Jonty Rhodes says not enough is being done by Cricket South Africa to promote players of colour in the national set-up.
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.
Legendary all-rounder Imran Khan has been sworn in as Prime Minister of Pakistan.
AB de Villiers reminisces about his role as prankster in the Proteas team and gives fielding tips with Jonty Rhodes.
Herschelle Gibbs and Jonty Rhodes gave advice to the National Academy squad how to approach cricket under a variety of conditions.
Jonty Rhodes and Herschelle Gibbs were impressed by the hunger within the National Academy squad.
On this day in 1992, Jonty Rhodes ran out Inzamam-ul-Haq (48) of Pakistan in the World Cup in Brisbane. It turned the game, as SA won by 20 runs.
On this day in 1993, Jonty Rhodes scored his maiden Test century to seal a series win against Sri Lanka.
With the likes of Rob Walter and HD Ackerman pursuing coaching careers overseas, is the ‘brain drain’ becoming an issue of concern for SA? We discuss it in the latest edition of SA Cricket magazine, which hit the shelves earlier this week.