Rassie van der Dussen says there were “no doubts” in the Proteas players’ minds that Temba Bavuma needed to be in the team at the recent World Cup.
The Proteas XI will only have room for four white players by 2030 if CSA strictly applies its transformation targets.
CSA director of cricket Enoch Nkwe says Temba Bavuma is “a lot stronger” following the Proteas’ 2023 World Cup semi-final defeat than he was after last year’s T20 World Cup disappointment.
In coming for me, Enoch Nkwe has tried to defend the indefensible. He has embraced mediocrity, and his teams will be defined by it in big tournaments, writes RYAN VREDE.
CSA director of cricket ENOCH NKWE responds to Ryan Vrede’s criticism of the Proteas’ performance in their World Cup semi-final defeat to Australia.
Herschelle Gibbs says Quinton de Kock can be proud of what he achieved in ODI cricket.
The Proteas’ leadership core has brushed off their World Cup exit as a brave effort. They are making the same error as their predecessors, and more mediocrity awaits, writes RYAN VREDE.
Temba Bavuma says he would never consider stepping down ahead of a World Cup semi-final.
Temba Bavuma is set to retain the Proteas’ ODI captaincy following the team’s World Cup semi-final defeat to Australia.
AB de Villiers says it’s “sad to see” Proteas supporters criticising Temba Bavuma and that they should rather keep their mouths shut.
Should Temba Bavuma continue to captain the Proteas’ ODI team or is it time for a change following their World Cup semi-final exit?
Proteas coach Rob Walter says he is “proud” of Temba Bavuma despite the injured captain being unable to break South Africa’s World Cup jinx.
Proteas coach Rob Walter has dismissed claims his team suffered another dose of World Cup semi-final stage fright in their tense three-wicket defeat to Australia.
Australia ended the Proteas’ World Cup dream with a three-wicket win in Kolkata.
Failures of leadership, a lack of temperament, technical and tactical ineptitude. It was the same old South African World Cup story, unfolding under the watch of an incompetent captain, Temba Bavuma, writes RYAN VREDE.