Go behind the scenes to see how the Proteas handle their media day and signing session ahead of the opening game against Zimbabwe.
AB de Villiers should be ready to face New Zealand in a World Cup warm-up match on Wednesday after he missed the game against Sri Lanka with a stiff hip.
An opening stand of 116 between Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla enabled South Africa to beat Sri Lanka by 5 wickets via the D/L Method in a World Cup warm-up match in Christchurch on Monday.
We asked two of our SACricket staff members the following question: ‘Who will be the most valuable player for South Africa at the Cricket World Cup’. Here are their answers.
The Proteas will step up their preparations for the World Cup when they face Sri Lanka in the first of two warm-up games on Monday.
Fikile Mbulala’s World Cup send-off for the Proteas has been referred to as ‘interesting’, in some Australian newspapers. And being told not to return home as ‘losers by the sports minister merely reflects the passionate desire of all South Africans to win the event, AB de Villiers said on Saturday.
Cricket South Africa want pride and history, rather than extravagant bonuses, to motivate the Proteas to win the World Cup.
Former South Africa all-rounder Jacques Kallis was contracted by the Trinidad and Tobago Red Steel for $100,000 during Thursday’s player draft for the 2015 Caribbean Premier League.
The Proteas have arrived in New Zealand after a long haul flight from South Africa. This is how they, and others, told their followers on Twitter about it.
Proteas coach Russell Domingo has confirmed reports that Michael Hussey will be used as a consultant for a part of the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
Imran Tahir will have a big role to play in the upcoming Cricket World Cup, writes RYAN VREDE.
Former Australian batsman Michael Hussey will work with the Proteas during the World Cup – if newspaper reports on Tuesday are to be believed.
The South African Broadcasting Corporation will provide live coverage for 30 of the 49 matches played at the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand through February and March.
Wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock, all-rounder Wayne Parnell and spinner Aaron Phangiso have been drafted into South Africa A’s squad for Saturday’s limited-overs fixture against the England Lions in Potchefstroom.
Coach Russell Domingo is appreciative of the improvement shown by the under-fire Wayne Parnell, as South Africa prepare for a tough World Cup campaign.