The Proteas Women beat Pakistan by three runs despite an ordinary batting performance in the first ODI of the series in Durban.
Heinrich Klaasen will captain a second-string Proteas squad, featuring five uncapped players, for the upcoming three-match T20I series in Pakistan.
Quinton de Kock says the Proteas’ concerns over their safety in Pakistan have eased after seeing the level of security on offer.
Great players rarely make great coaches in any sport. Jacques Kallis has an opportunity to prove his worth and should be given the space to do so, writes SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE.
Shan Masood, Haris Sohail and Mohammad Abbas have all been dropped from the Pakistan squad for the Test series against South Africa.
Dolphins seamer Ottniel Baartman has been ruled out of the Proteas Test squad to tour Pakistan and replaced by the Warriors’ Marco Jansen.
Proteas head coach Mark Boucher is hopeful Jacques Kallis can rejoin the Proteas management team in future after taking up the role of England batting consultant.
Former Proteas batting consultant Jaques Kallis incorrectly claims ‘rules’ prohibited him from being involved in any coaching capacity in South Africa.
Steve Smith has replaced Virat Kohli at No 2 in the Test batting rankings, while elsewhere South Africans don’t feature prominently.
Uncapped duo Daryn Dupavillon and Ottneil Baartman have been named in a 21-man Proteas Test squad for the upcoming tour of Pakistan.
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.
Watch Quinton de Kock’s post-match reflection on the Proteas ten-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in Johannesburg, which secured a 2-0 series win.
Proteas coach Mark Boucher says there’s still a lot of hard work for his players, but they’re hoping to use their win momentum for further success in the Test format.
SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE rates the Proteas players in the Sri Lanka series.
The Proteas claimed a convincing ten-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in the second Test at the Wanderers, wrapping up the series 2-0.