The return of England’s T20 Blast came without the Rilee Rossouw show.
The India series revealed how close the Proteas are to mounting a significant T20 World Cup challenge, but also highlighted just how far they are in meaningful ways.
An urgent plan needs to be put in place to transform Temba Bavuma from a liability to an asset, writes RYAN VREDE.
The Proteas clobbered India in Cuttack in a performance laden with lessons. RYAN VREDE examines the five standouts.
Experimentation, composure and execution marked the Proteas’ seven-wicket victory over India, writes RYAN VREDE.
RYAN VREDE asks five defining questions for the Proteas ahead of the T20 World Cup in Australia and picks a team to win the tournament.
Twenty-five parties have expressed interest in owning one of the six franchises that will participate in South Africa’s new franchise league next year.
Former director of cricket Graeme Smith could play a prominent role in CSA’s new T20 franchise tournament.
A new South African T20 franchise tournament, involving six privately-owned teams, will take place from January 2023.
South Africa’s best batter at the IPL is not in the T20 World Cup picture, while just one Proteas bowler features in the top 20 wicket-takers. RYAN VREDE examines the situation.
There is no structure in place for consistent Proteas success. They appear to be reliant on feeling and talent. That’s not what defines champion teams, writes @Ryan_Vrede.
Questioning a player’s loyalty to his country because he decides to fully participate in the IPL at the expense of a Test series against Bangladesh is a juvenile argument, writes RYAN VREDE.
Rohit Sharma has long been the antithesis of India’s superstar Virat Kohli, with his calm and composed demeanour in sharp contrast to the previous T20 captain’s agitated on-field antics.
Psychologists will monitor players at the T20 World Cup to help cope with the growing number of mental health cases in coronavirus safety bubbles, cricket’s governing body said Thursday.
The CSA Provincial T20 Knock Out has exposed glaring deficiencies across the board in our cricket, most notably in our batting. It is going to cost the Proteas dearly in the years ahead. An intervention is urgently needed and it starts with Graeme Smith, writes RYAN VREDE.