AB de Villiers failed to fire with bat in hand as the Mumbai Indians extended their lead at the top of the IPL table with a five-wicket victory over the Royal Challengers Bangalore on Wednesday.
Plans are under way to allow at least 25,000 spectators in attendance for each day of the Boxing Day Test-match encounter between Australia and India at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
In the fourth part of a new series, ANDRE HUISAMEN identifies the elegant Jacques Rudolph as one of the most underrated former Proteas.
The Sunrisers Hyderabad produced a batting masterclass on their way to smash the Delhi Capitals by 88 runs on Tuesday.
Yaseen Vallie has been confirmed as captain of the Warriors team for the upcoming 4-Day Domestic Series, which gets under way next week.
The change in venue from Cape Town to Johannesburg for the traditional and annual New Year’s Test will only be a once-off occurrence.
Cricket South Africa on Tuesday announced that Sri Lanka, Australia and Pakistan will tour the country during the upcoming summer season of cricket.
The appointment of the next Cricket South Africa CEO must be a public process and the next board must feel the full weight of public and commercial stakeholder expectation, writes RYAN VREDE.
The Kings XI made it five wins on the bounce after defeating the Kolkata Knight Riders by eight wickets at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium on Monday.
In the third part of a new series, JUANDRE JOUBERT identifies off-spinner Simon Harmer as one of the most underrated former Proteas.
A powerful partnership between Chris Gayle and Mandeep Singh helped the Kings XI Punjab cruise to a comfortable eight-wicket win over the Kolkata Knight Riders on Monday.
India have confirmed their T20I, ODI and Test squads for the much-anticipated tour of Australia, which gets under way next month.
Ben Stokes smashed an unbeaten 107 off just 60 deliveries as the Rajasthan Royals chased down Mumbai’s massive total with eight balls to spare.
The Chennai Super Kings eased to an eight-wicket victory over the Royal Challengers Bangalore at the Dubai International Stadium on Sunday.
Instead of giving the departing board members a heroes farewell, Cricket South Africa should publicly apologise to the nation, writes ANDRE HUISAMEN.