South Africa

We Respect Zimbabwe - JP Duminy

South African batsman JP Duminy has reinforced the comments of his captain Hashim Amla in saying that the Proteas will be affording Zimbabwe complete respect as they prepare for their Test match in Harare.
7 August 2014

We Are Not Taking Zimbabwe Lightly - Amla

South Africa may be the side at the top of the Test rankings and one that has never lost a Test to Zimbabwe, but that isn't stopping Hashim Amla from sounding a note of caution ahead of their one-off Test in Harare.
7 August 2014

South Africa Call Up Rilee Rossouw, Mthokozisi Shezi

South Africa have named uncapped batsman Rilee Rossouw and fast bowler Mthokozisi Shezi in their One-Day International squad to take on Australia and Zimbabwe from later this month.
5 August 2014

Nurturing The Future Of South African Sport

Across South Africa, another successful series of cricket clinics were run in July and July by the acclaimed Cricket School of Excellence (CSE).
1 August 2014

Ireland Women To Take On South Africa

Ireland Women will play South Africa Women in a series of three Twenty20 Internationals in Solihull in September.
31 July 2014

Richardson Hails Inspirational Kallis

ICC chief executive David Richardson has hailed Jacques Kallis as an inspiration to aspiring cricketers following the all-rounder's decision to retire from international cricket.
31 July 2014

Video - Smith, Lorgat React To Kallis Retirement

Watch as Graeme Smith says that Jacques Kallis' retirement leaves a void in the South African team.
30 July 2014

Amla, De Villiers, Domingo Pay Tribute To Kallis

South Africa Test captain Hashim Amla, One-Day International captain AB de Villiers and head coach Russell Domingo have paid tribute to Jacques Kallis, who has retired from international cricket.
30 July 2014

Twitter Reaction As Jacques Kallis Calls It A Day

Earlier today, South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis announced his retirement from international cricket, just a few months out from the 2015 World Cup. Here's how Twitter reacted.
30 July 2014

Jacques Kallis Retires From International Cricket

South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis has decided to retire from One-Day and Twenty20 International cricket, having already called time on his Test and first-class career last year.
30 July 2014

South Africa Unchanged For Zimbabwe Test

Fresh from a historic 1-0 series win in Sri Lanka, South Africa have named an unchanged 15-man squad for the one-off Test against Zimbabwe next month.
29 July 2014

South Africa Hang On For Series Win

South Africa held on with eight wickets down to draw the second and final Test against Sri Lanka in Colombo, with it sealing a 1-0 series win and returning to the top of the ICC Test rankings.
28 July 2014

South Africa Are Campus Cricket World Champions

South Africa beat teams from around the world to be crowned the 2014 Red Bull Campus Cricket world champions at The Kia Oval on Saturday.
28 July 2014

Sri Lanka Pile On The Pressure

Sri Lanka enjoyed an excellent fourth day of the second and final Test against South Africa in Colombo, which ended with the tourists still needing another 331 runs to win.
27 July 2014

Dickwella Fined For Claiming Unfair Catch

Sri Lankan wicket-keeper Niroshan Dickwella has been fined 10 per cent of his match fee and given an official reprimand for unfairly claiming a catch against South Africa in the second Test in Colombo.
27 July 2014

South Africa Staying Positive - Domingo

South Africa will go into day four of the second and final Test 150 runs adrift of Sri Lanka but head coach Russell Domingo says they remain positive and hopeful that they can still win the game.
26 July 2014

Perera Bowls Sri Lanka To Big Lead Despite Amla Ton

Hashim Amla became the first South African captain to score a Test century in Sri Lanka but the home side had built a commanding lead of 150 runs by stumps on day three of the second and final Test in Colombo.
26 July 2014

South Africa Struggle In Reply

Sri Lanka enjoyed the better of day two of the second and final Test against South Africa in Colombo, reducing their visitors to 98 for three at stumps in reply to their own score of 421.
25 July 2014

Mahela Jayawardene Repels South Africa

Mahela Jayawardene struck his 34th Test century to guide Sri Lanka to stumps on day one of the second and final Test against South Africa on 305 for five.
24 July 2014

Ball Tampering - Crime And Punishment

There is a thin line, in sport as in life, between pushing the law and breaking the law. Ball tampering at the moment is turning out to be an art in lingering right on that fine line, although it has no business to be there.
22 July 2014

 
 
 

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