Through his Temba Bavuma Foundation in partnership with PPC, the Proteas batsman handed over a new cricket pitch and nets at Bosmont Primary School on Monday.
The Money Man and Mark Keohane discuss South Africa’s series losses to England and Faf du Plessis’ decision to step down as captain.
England’s batting unit showed its depth and firepower by beating South Africa by five wickets in the third and final T20I at Supersport Park in Centurion on Sunday afternoon to win the series 2-1.
England claimed a thrilling two-run victory over South Africa on Friday night to win the second T20I at Kingsmead in Durban.
Lungi Ngidi showed incredible composure during the final over on Wednesday night to restrict the England batters and ultimately win the match for South Africa.
The Proteas got the better of England in a pulsating finish at Buffalo Park in East London on Wednesday evening, winning the first of three T20Is by one run.
Bangladesh won their maiden U19 Cricket World Cup on Sunday when they beat rivals India by three wickets, via the DLS method, in a tense and heated final in Potchefstroom.
Spinner Adil Rashid expressed his delight to be back in England colours after Sunday’s two-wicket win over the Proteas in the third and final ODI at the Wanderers.
Head coach Mark Boucher is confident Proteas ODI and T20I captain Quinton de Kock will be able to cope with the additional responsibility.
England won the third and final ODI at the Wanderers on Sunday when they beat the Proteas by two wickets to level the series.
Former Proteas fast bowler Makhaya Ntini and son Thando Ntini chat.
New Proteas skipper Quinton de Kock expressed his relief of getting a victory over England after the disappointment of the Test series loss.
The Proteas started a new era perfectly under the leadership of Quinton de Kock when they beat England by seven wickets in the first of three ODIs at Newlands in Cape Town on Tuesday.
World cricket has another ‘Mankad’. This time Afghanistan left-arm wrist-spinner Noor Ahmad ran out Pakistan opener Mohammad Huraira at the non-striker’s end during a key U19 World Cup quarter-final in Benoni, South Africa.
Virat Kohli averages over 50 in every format of the game and he is the most all-round batsman of his generation. The Money Man and Mark Keohane discuss the Indian captain’s remarkable career.