• A licence to thrill

    A licence to thrill

    There is a freedom and freshness about South Africa’s newest left-handed batting talent. This baby-faced assassin looks to be the real deal, writes Tom Eaton.

    Duminy handed T20 captaincy

    Duminy handed T20 captaincy

    JP Duminy has been named captain of the Proteas T20 side for their series against New Zealand and Australia, while Vernon Philander is recalled to the ODI squad in place of Mthokozisi Shezi.

    Parnell expected to be fit

    Parnell expected to be fit

    Proteas all-rounder Wayne Parnell’s shoulder injury sustained in the opening game of the Sunfoil Series season is unlikely to stop him from travelling to New Zealand next month for the ODI triangular series also featuring Australia.

    Parnell's growing pains

    Parnell’s growing pains

    To watch Wayne Parnell in the second Test against Australia in February was to see a glimpse of the player he should be, writes Ryan Vrede. There had been a four-year gap between appearances in the Test side, and in three balls he made a statement about the depth of his talent.

    Domingo has contract renewed

    Domingo has contract renewed

    Russell Domingo has been given the keys to the Proteas coaching job until April 2016, which has seen a two-year deal become a three-year one.

    Proteas eye final birth

    Proteas eye final birth

    We preview the sixth game of the Triangular series, between South Africa and Zimbabwe, taking place on Thursday, 3 September at 9:30am.

    Tahir top of pops

    Tahir top of pops

    First it was Quinton de Kock who reached 1 000 ODI runs in the same number of innings (21) as Sir Viv Richards, Kevin Pietersen and Jonathan Trott and now Imran Tahir has also leapt to the top of an exclusive ODI list.

    Faf fights in vain

    Faf fights in vain

    Despite a valiant effort from Faf du Plessis, the Proteas couldn’t chase down the 283-run target set by Australia.

    Making the man

    Making the man

    Quinton de Kock has shown his aptitude for international cricket. Now we have to give him the support he needs to build a long and run-laden career for the Proteas.