Rewind to this emphatic bowling display by the Proteas in the first of two Test matches against Australia in Cape Town in 2011, where the visitors were dismissed for only 47 runs in their second innings.
Cricket South Africa is awaiting approval from government to return to action with a special Proteas fundraiser match by the end of the month.
Proteas batsman Reeza Hendricks has expressed his thoughts on what was a ‘roller-coaster season’ for him personally.
England could again be on their way to South Africa at the end of the year for a short ODI and T2oI series against the Proteas.
Relive some of Dale Steyn’s greatest moments that led him to becoming South Africa’s all time highest wicket-taker in Test cricket.
South Africa’s new limited-overs captain, Quinton de Kock, has been nominated for six top prizes at the CSA International Awards to be held on Saturday 4 July.
Proteas opening batsman Dean Elgar openly says he will consider taking up the role as new Test captain should CSA present him with the opportunity.
Opening batsman Dean Elgar says the Proteas struggled to gain consistency in the recent Test series against England, which was convincingly won by Joe Root’s men.
Relive the action of the Nelson Mandela Legacy Cup in 2014 when the Proteas took on the Springbok rugby team in a historic T20 match at the Wanderers in Johannesburg.
CSA and the BCCI are in the process of planning a three-match T20 series between the Proteas and India in South Africa for August, should both governments allow it.
Proteas fast bowler Anrich Nortje believes the new proposal by the ICC cricket committee to ban the use of saliva in future will be good for the game of cricket, writes ANDRE HUISAMEN.
Proteas batsman Aiden Markram has expressed his desire to be the next captain of the South African Test team, saying he ‘would love’ to be the new leader.
Proteas batsman Faf du Plessis wants players to conduct a two-week period of quarantine prior and after this year’s T20 World Cup to allow for a safe completion of the competition in Australia.
Proteas star David Miller is dealing with his frustrations at not being able to play and practise during the lockdown, but the global star is upbeat that they will be back on the park sooner rather than later.
He might be small in stature but Temba Bavuma is lightning fast and pretty accurate when having a shot at the stumps. Just ask David Warner, who was a bit too nonchalant in his running between the wickets at the WACA in 2016.