Check out the thrilling bowling performance by England’s Andrew Flintoff during the second Test of the 2005 Ashes series against Australia at Edgbaston.
Relive the historic moment when JP Duminy bagged a rare World Cup hat-trick during the Proteas’ 2015 quarter-final against Sri Lanka at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Former England cricket star Kevin Pietersen did an Instagram Live video on Thursday with Indian captain Virat Kohli. The pair shared some interesting and at times funny insights from their cricket careers.
On this day in 2016 Carlos Braithwaite became a national West Indian hero after dramatically winning the T20 World Cup for his country in the most emphatic fashion.
With the series safely secured the Proteas and Australia head to the Sydney Cricket Ground for the final Test match of the 2008-09 series down under. In what was already a highly dramatic and exciting series, concluded with a touch of courage and bravery by the South African skipper Graeme Smith.
The Proteas went into the third of five ODIs against Australia in 2016 with a 2-0 series lead, having comprehensively beaten the visitors at SuperSport Park and Wanderers.
Relive the action of the third and final Test match of South Africa’s tour to England in 2012 at Lord’s where the world No 1 ranking was up for grabs.
Proteas star Kagiso Rabada chatted to Elma Smit via video for the Jacaranda Breakfast show about what he’s been getting up to since the national lockdown was implemented last week.
During the first Test of South Africa’s 2012 tour of England, Hashim Amla became the first-ever Proteas player to reach a triple century in Test cricket, surpassing AB de Villiers’ record for the highest individual score by a South African in the format.
The Proteas first-ever Test series win in Australia in 2008 was largely down to JP Duminy’s magnificent and game-changing 166 runs in the second Test match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Proteas players Faf du Plessis, Andile Phehlukwayo and Tabraiz Shamsi completed their personal #nohands challenge set out by CSA interim director of cricket Graeme Smith. The initiative has inspired a number of players to get creative on their social media accounts.
Proteas’ players Kagiso Rabada, Temba Bavuma and Rassie van der Dussen all took on the #nohands challenge, which has ignited social media interaction between cricketers around the world with CSA Interim Director of Cricket Graeme Smith kicking it off on Saturday.
Former Proteas batsman JP Duminy and his wife took their creativity level during isolation to a whole new level with a brilliant yet hilarious Instagram video earlier this week.
Cricket South Africa interim director of cricket Graeme Smith took to social media to support the fight against and for awareness of the coronavirus by taking on the #nohands challenge.
Former Proteas skipper and star batsman AB de Villiers took to Instagram on Friday afternoon to raise his personal concerns about the Covid-19 pandemic. He’s called on South Africans and people around the world to stick together and play their part in the battle with the coronavirus.