The Proteas are too talented an ODI side to be this inconsistent. The pressure is on their coaches now.
Being young and dumb is a weak excuse for Mark Boucher’s racially offensive treatment of Paul Adams, says RYAN VREDE.
Ryan Vrede believes Dwaine Pretorius is the most valuable player in a T20 World Cup context for the Proteas.
Match-fixing during associate tournaments are on the rise and the anti-corruption units should give those as much attention as they are giving the big leagues … Ryan Vrede discusses the issue.
In the first piece of a two-part series, SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE dissects the records of the top five Test run-scorers in a calendar year, and re-ranks them according to difficulty and significance.
CSA has issued a rebuke of the reporting that it will only hire black consultants, while also confirming that the body will probably only hire black consultants. RYAN VREDE is confused by it all.
Jacques Faul’s allegations of Cricket South Africa being captured must prompt an immediate independent investigation, writes RYAN VREDE.
Cricket South Africa has Peter de Villiers-ised its transformation agenda, writes RYAN VREDE.
The proposed Restoration Fund for cricketers who feel wronged by racial prejudice has the potential to be a complex mess and doesn’t address the root cause, writes RYAN VREDE.
The movement for racial equality is in the global spotlight but its impact must be felt at a local level too, writes SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE.
The West Indies victory over England transcends sport, writes SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE.
Can AB de Villiers turn his IPL returns into Proteas profit and defy time in an international T20 comeback? SA Cricket magazine editor Ryan Vrede and Mark Keohane discuss.