South Africa

Teams Battle For Number One Spot

Australia and India head into the One-Day International tri-series with England eyeing up the number one spot in the ICC ODI team rankings ahead of the Cricket World Cup 2015.
14 January 2015

South Africa Rest Faf Du Plessis

Captain Faf du Plessis will be rested from South Africa's third and final Twenty20 International against the West Indies in Durban tomorrow (Wednesday).
13 January 2015

Records Tumble As West Indies Win

The West Indies chased down a target of 232 to win the second Twenty20 International against South Africa in Johannesburg to set a new record and claim the series in the process at The Wanderers.
11 January 2015

Gayle Blows Away South Africa

The West Indies began the limited overs leg of their tour of South Africa successfully as they beat their hosts by four wickets in the first Twenty20 International in Cape Town.
9 January 2015

De Kock Included In South Africa World Cup Squad

Wicket-keeper Quinton de Kock is South Africa's only injury concern ahead of the Cricket World Cup 2015 and he has been included in their 15-man squad for the competition.
7 January 2015

Alviro Petersen Announces International Retirement

South African opening batsman Alviro Petersen has announced his retirement from international cricket, confirming he will no longer be available to the Proteas after 1st April.
6 January 2015

South Africa Set To Tour Bangladesh

South Africa will tour Bangladesh to play two Twenty20 Internationals, three One-Day Internationals and two Tests in July and August.
6 January 2015

Elgar Guides South Africa Home

Dean Elgar's unbeaten 60 guided South Africa to an eight-wicket win over the West Indies on the final day of the third and final Test, wrapping up a 2-0 series win.
6 January 2015

South Africa Close In On Victory

Simon Harmer and Dale Steyn shared six wickets as South Africa homed in on victory in the third and final Test against the West Indies despite rain preventing any more than 47.2 overs of play on day four.
5 January 2015

West Indies Rally After De Villiers Century

AB de Villiers scored a fine century for South Africa before the West Indies rallied to close day three of the third and final Test in Cape Town just four runs behind with eight wickets remaining.
4 January 2015

South Africa Make Inroads Into West Indies Lead

Dale Steyn claimed a four-wicket haul before half-centuries from Faf du Plessis and Hashim Amla helped South Africa close day two of the third and final Test against the West Indies 102 runs behind.
3 January 2015

Harmer Makes Instant Impression

Simon Harmer had a memorable first day as a Test cricketer as he took three wickets to leave the West Indies at 276 for six on day one of the third and final Test in Cape Town.
2 January 2015

Uncapped Simon Harmer Added To South Africa Squad

Warriors off-spinner, Simon Harmer has been added to the South Africa test squad for the final and third test against West Indies at Capetown starting January 2.
31 December 2014

Rain Forces A Draw In Port Elizabeth Test

A dangerously wet outfield had forced the umpires to call off play on day five as the second Test match between South Africa and West Indies ended in a dull draw.
30 December 2014

West Indies Collapse After Tons From Brathwaite And Samuels

West Indies, after a spectacular third wicket partnership of 176 runs, which saw tons from Kraigg Brathwaite and Marlon Samuels, collapsed dramatically from 231 for two to 275 for nine , giving South Africa the upper hand.
29 December 2014

Brathwaite Guide West Indies Response After Steyn Onslaught

Kraigg Brathwaite helped West Indies fight back in the second Test at Port Elizabeth after Dale Steyn's onslaught powered South Africa past 400-run mark on day three.
28 December 2014

Rain Plays Spoilsport On Day Two At Port Elizabeth

In a day marred by rain and gloomy weather, only six overs of play were possible in the entire second day of the second test between South Africa and West Indies at Port Elizabeth.
27 December 2014

Elgar, Du Plessis Put South Africa In Control

Extraordinary batting from Dean Elgar and Faf Du Plessis helped South Africa take early control of the second Test at St George Park at the end of play on day one.
26 December 2014

Imran Tahir Replaces Injured Robin Peterson

South Africa's left-arm spinner, Robin Peterson is the latest to join the list of injured players in the ongoing test series against West Indies after being hit during a practice session on Tuesday.
23 December 2014

Dale Steyn Dominates West Indies, South Africa seal innings victory

Dale Steyn ripped through the startled West Indies batting line-up as South Africa convincingly won the first Test by an innings and 200 runs.
20 December 2014


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