• SA make solid start

    SA make solid start

    The Proteas were 68-1 at lunch after being put into bat on day one of the Test at St George’s Park on Friday. Apart from the one rash stroke that cost Alviro Petersen his wicket, the South African batsmen have performed with composure and control. They dominated during the first hour of play, punishing some erratic West Indies bowling and scoring… Read more →

    Bavuma gets Test cap

    Bavuma gets Test cap

    Temba Bavuma became only the sixth ethnic black African to play Test cricket for South Africa ahead of the second Test against the West Indies starts at St George’s Park on Friday.

    We're ready, says Faf

    We’re ready, says Faf

    The preparations and the set-up within the Proteas will give the home team the edge in the second Test against the West Indies, says Faf du Plessis.

    SA vs WI: All the Test stats

    SA vs WI: All the Test stats

    Ahead of the second Test starting on Friday, we look at the updated key Test stats featuring South Africa and West Indies. Four new entries were recorded in the first Test at Centurion.

    Peterson out, Tahir in

    Peterson out, Tahir in

    Spinning all-rounder Robin Peterson has been ruled out of the remainder of South Africa’s Test series against the West Indies due to injury.

    SA's leading Test wicket-takers

    SA’s leading Test wicket-takers

    Dale Steyn will soon surpass Makhaya Ntini as South Africa’s second highest wicket-taker in Test match cricket – and keeps prolific company.

    Test call-up for Rossouw

    Test call-up for Rossouw

    Batsman Rilee Rossouw has been called up to South Africa’s squad for the remainder of this month’s Test series against West Indies, after wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock was ruled out due to an ankle injury. Rossouw has played three ODI and T20I caps respectively, but is uncapped at Test level. The diminutive Temba Bavuma, however, will likely debut as De… Read more →

    Steyn savages Windies

    Steyn savages Windies

    Dale Steyn took six wickets as South Africa crushed the West Indies by an innings and 220 runs in the first Test at Centurion.

    No serious injuries

    No serious injuries

    The Proteas camp have said that Dale Steyn and Vernon Philander should be fit to bowl in the morning.

    Proteas on brink of big win

    Proteas on brink of big win

    Vernon Philander has steered the Proteas to the verge of an innings victory against the West Indies in the first Test at Centurion.