There are a clutch of former Kolpak players who have become eligible to play for South Africa again. Not considering them because of how one perceived their career decision is juvenile, writes SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE.
With the Brexit transition period set to end in December, the future of South Africans playing in England is unclear, writes DANIEL GALLAN.
Morne Morkel is set to join Surrey on a Kolpak deal, according to reports in the British press.
Heino Kuhn, after given limited opportunity as an opener for the Proteas last summer, has cut his ties from the national side and signed a Kolpak deal with Kent. The Titans wicketkeeper-batsman opened for South Africa in all four Tests on their tour of England last year, although he only averaged 14.12 with a top score of 34 and has since… Read more →
Allan Donald has pleaded with Morne Morkel not to sign a Kolpak deal and to dedicate his career to his country.
Morne Morkel will be facing the difficult decision whether to sign a Kolpak deal.
The SA public need to change their mindset about players leaving their country to become Kolpak players.
Chris Morris says he has committed himself to CSA, despite time on the sideline hampering his chances of ODI and Test selection.
Proteas opening batsman Dean Elgar has agreed to join Somerset as an overseas player, retaining his links with the national side.
If Kyle Abbott had announced his decision to take a Kolpak contract one year ago, I suspect the news would have been met with an indifferent shrug.
Cricket South Africa officials are due to meet Kyle Abbott’s agent today to examine reports that the star paceman is planning a Kolpak move to Hampshire.
Kyle Abbott is considering forsaking his Proteas career to join Hampshire on a three-year Kolpak deal, according to reports in the British media.
Ryan McLaren’s performance in a four-match stint with Hampshire this year, which helped them keep their place in the first division, has earned him a full contract.