The Kings XI Punjab secured their third consecutive victory by beating the Delhi Capitals by four wickets in Dubai on Tuesday.
Cricket South Africa is still actively engaging with the Department of Sport to seek approval for a proposed England tour to the country.
Cricket South Africa on Thursday announced that it has terminated the contract of suspended CEO Thabang Moroe with immediate effect.
Cricket South Africa president Chris Nenzani has confirmed the correct procedures were followed to appoint Graeme Smith and Mark Boucher towards the end of last year.
The Cricket South Africa board has met with the group of 40 black former Proteas players and senior coaches to discuss concerns surrounding racial issues in cricket.
AB de Villiers rolled back the years in true fashion during Saturday’s 3TCricket Solidarity Cup at SuperSport Park, which his team, AB’s Eagles, won.
Faf du Plessis has become the fourth white Proteas player to throw his weight and support behind the Black Lives Matter movement, while standing up for the comments made by Lungi Ngidi.
Proteas fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has reflected on the disappointing past season during which South Africa won only one of a handful of series.
Steve Smith is eligible to captain Australian cricket once again after his two-year leadership ban came to an end on Sunday.
Janneman Malan is relishing the opportunity to be part of the Proteas ODI squad again and is hoping to stamp his authority in the 50-over format, writes ANDRE HUISAMEN.
Vernon Philander left the field in almost complete anonymity. At least to those of us sitting in the yawning Unity Stand at the Corlette Drive end of the Wanderers on Sunday afternoon, writes DANIEL GALLAN.
England have taken a 2-1 lead in the four-match series after beating South Africa by an innings and 53 runs on Monday to clinch the third Test in Port Elizabeth.
Faf du Plessis has worn many faces over his long Proteas career. We saw the stern look of resistance when he batted for an eternity to save Tests in Australia and against India, writes DANIEL GALLAN.
The Proteas sunk to an innings and 53-run defeat before lunch on day five of the third Test against England at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth.
The Proteas finished the second day of the second Test at Newlands in Cape Town on 215-8 with still a lot of work to do, trailing England’s first-innings total by 54 runs with the contest very much in the balance, writes ANDRE HUISAMEN.