In the first instalment of a three-part series, SA Cricket magazine’s writers pick their best post-isolation Proteas Test XI.
England’s recent Test tour to South Africa once again proved significant for a number of reasons as the visitors wrapped a 3-1 series win against a vulnerable Proteas outfit under new management, writes ANDRE HUISAMEN.
The Test, a documentary that delves into Australian cricket’s new era under the watchful eye of Justin Langer, has grabbed attention. ANDRE HUISAMEN shares his thoughts …
There have been several World XIs put together for exhibition matches down the years, but there are always factors that skew the unit away from being genuinely cosmopolitan.
Joe Root and England are facing a problem of trying to fill their spinning berths for the upcoming tour to Sri Lanka.
Former England captain Kevin Pietersen has labelled the Proteas team that sunk to a 3-1 Test series defeat earlier this month as ‘probably the worst ever’.
The Proteas struggled to deal with the collective team effort put forward by England as they slipped to a 3-1 Test series defeat. WADE PRETORIUS grades the squad.
The Proteas were helpless to prevent yet another batting collapse as they slumped to a 3-1 series defeat by England at the Wanderers. WADE PRETORIUS rates the players.
Proteas batsman Rassie van der Dussen spoke to SuperSport following his team’s fourth Test defeat by England on Monday, when the 30-year-old fell two runs short of his first Test century.
England clinched the Test series against South Africa with another dominant performance when they won the fourth Test at the Wanderers by 191 runs on Monday.
Proteas coach Mark Boucher spoke to SuperSport after the fourth and final Test at the Wanderers about what went wrong in their 191-run defeat in Johannesburg and what the team needs to improve on moving forward.
In the bosom of the great Unity Stand at the Wanderers there is a long line of glass encasements honouring triumphs of the past, writes DANIEL GALLAN.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis has moved to downplay the coming together with previously sanctioned Jos Buttler at the Wanderers.
South Africa’s captain Faf du Plessis has pleaded guilty to falling short of the ICC’s over-rate allocation which ensured the team were punished heavily after the Wanderers Test.
The outspoken Kevin Pietersen has encouraged Cricket South Africa interim director of cricket Graeme Smith to pursue an arrangement with the England and Wales Cricket Board that would allow cricketers bound to Kolpak contracts to play for the Proteas.