On Monday, Keshav Maharaj became just the second South African after Geoff Griffin against England at Lord’s in 1960 to take a hat-trick in Test cricket.
Check out the reaction from this club game as a batsman launched a massive six only to realise he had cracked the windscreen of his own car.
Catch the highlights from day three of the second Test between the West Indies and South Africa at the Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium.
Ryan Vrede picks his best combined 11 from the WTC final between India and New Zealand. India fans, this is a trigger warning.
Quinton de Kock’s great innings and the Proteas bowlers’ domination will see South Africa take a massive lead into day three against the West Indies.
Ryan Vrede thinks Anrich Nortje is the Proteas’ most important Test bowler. He may not finish among the greats statistically, but his impact will be immense.
Former Proteas captain Faf du Plessis was involved in a nasty collision while playing for Quetta Gladiators against Peshawar Zalmi in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) on Saturday.
Catch all the highlights from day one of the second Test match between the Windies and South Africa at the Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium.
Check out these clips showing Bangladesh star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan losing his temper during a Dhaka League match, kicking and later dismantling the stumps as he got into arguments with the officials.
After the bowlers dominated on day one, South Africa will head into day two of the first Test against the West Indies with a 31-run lead. Catch all the highlights here:
Check out this snippet as Pommie Mbangwa and Ian Bishop chat about all things cricket.
The cricket wasn’t always that riveting during the first Test between New Zealand and England, but this moment brought smiles to the faces of those watching on.
As a Test team the Proteas are swamped with problems. RYAN VREDE says these are the seven most important to solve.
Here’s a look at all the angles in the moment Devon Conway recorded his maiden Test century at Lord’s.
The Proteas have suffered in the Test arena over the past couple of years. Now RYAN VREDE picks a team that could turn their fortunes around.