Played seven, won one, the most embarrassing World Cup campaign in South Africa’s cricketing history. Protea Fire? More like Proteas Dire, writes GARY LEMKE.
Ahead of the upcoming 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, a few of the Proteas met the Zulu King in KwaZulu-Natal.
Proteas seamer Kagiso Rabada is in danger of missing the opening game of the World Cup due to a ‘significant’ back injury.
Proteas speedster Kagiso Rabada has been withdrawn by Cricket South Africa from the IPL for precautionary reasons ahead of the World Cup.
Re-live the moment Kagiso Rabada tore through the Australian batting lineup in the 2014 U19 World Cup semi-final with figures of 6-25.
Kagiso Rabada takes out Stuart Binny’s middle stump with a blistering 149 km/h yorker.
Kagiso Rabada has expressed his excitement ahead of his stint for the Delhi Capitals in the 12th edition of the IPL.
Kagiso Rabada looks ahead to the New Year Test and speaks highly of the Pakistan bowlers.
Kagiso Rabada believes that the Newlands wicket will see a five-day clash that is even between batters and bowlers in the second Test against Pakistan.
Proteas star spinner Imran Tahir is at the top of his game as the Proteas head into key series against Pakistan and Sri Lanka, at the same time gearing up for their greatest challenge: Mission Cricket World Cup 2019.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis and fast bowler Kagiso Rabada have moved up in the latest ICC ODI player rankings following the Proteas’ 2-1 series win in Australia at the weekend.
In a light-hearted interview with ICC Cricket 360 ahead of the three-match ODI series against Australia, Kagiso Rabada was put on the spot by the interviewer and asked to rate his teammates for their off-the-field activities and behaviour.
Kagiso Rabada and Imran Tahir both moved up three spots in the ICC bowling rankings at the conclusion of the three-match ODI series against Zimbabwe.
Dennis Lillee will be turning in his old age home if he’s been reading the recent comments by Jimmy Anderson and Glenn McGrath complementing each other in the media.
St Stithians College has emerged as one of the powerhouses of Gauteng schools cricket, and a rich source of future professional players writes THEO GARRUN.