Proteas falter in familiar fashion in WC opener
Chasing a competitive but very doable target of 312, set by the home team, South Africa fell short in familiar fashion with a mix of soft dismissals and a runout for good measure.
Proteas start World Cup with solid bowling performance
Interestingly, Imran Tahir bowled the first ball of the World Cup in a surprise move from Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis. South Africa will happy with their first 50 overs at the World Cup after restricting England to 311-8 in their allotted 50 overs.
Domestic restructure lands Cricket South Africa in court
The South African Cricketers' Association's court application calls on CSA to deliver to the court, and to the association, documents and records that CSA relied upon in making the decision to restructure domestic cricket.
Steyn unavailable for selection for England opener
Dale Steyn has not recovered from a right shoulder injury in time to feature.
SABC and SuperSport agree on World Cup deal
The two organisations have been negotiating for some time as the possibility of many South African fans missing out on international cricket's showpiece threatened to become a reality.
SA Netball World Cup squad selected over 3 years, says coach
Bongi Msomi, from Durban, will captain South Africa and is the first black woman to lead a senior World Cup team.
Vermeulen to lead Bulls against Brumbies, Libbok at 10
Regular skipper, Handré Pollard will miss this clash due to a calf strain picked up in training earlier this week, and will return to South Africa.
Stormers and Crusaders play out exciting draw at Newlands
The result meant the Kiwis maintained top spot on the overall log while the Stormers continued to occupy bottom spot in the South African conference, six points from leaders the Bulls.
Bok trio and Stander return for Crusaders
The three return to the starting line-up after missing the game against the Jaguares a fortnight ago.
Hanro Liebenberg & Warrick Gelant boost for Bulls
Both players missed last weekend’s loss against the Crusaders due to injury as the Bulls open a four-week tour to Australasia.
Gibson: Rabada, Steyn will be fit for World Cup
Both Kagiso Rabada and Dale Steyn returned home after picking up injuries during the recent Indian Premier League.
Bulls confirm Handré Pollard departure
The flyhalf scored 581 points for the Bulls after joining the franchise in 2013 straight from Paarl Gimnasium.
Montpellier: Pollard has agreed in principle to join club
Flyhalf Handre Pollard would join fellow South Africans including Jannie and Bismarck du Plessis and Johan Goosen at the French club.
Coenie Oosthuizen signs for Sale Sharks
He joins Sale's growing South African contingent that includes scrum-half Faf de Klerk, fly-half Robert du Preez, centre Rohan Janse van Rensburg and hooker Akker van der Merwe.
ASA to appeal CAS ruling on Caster Semenya
ASA, alongside Caster Semenya, lost in their appeal to uphold the IAAF’s regulations on forcing female athletes with higher testosterone levels to take suppressants to compete.
Cloud hangs over exciting PSL finale
Masandawana have had a tightly packed schedule and deserve credit for their performance in the league considering they have been fighting battles on many fronts.
IAAF: Semenya can compete with men if she refuses to take suppressants
The IAAF said female athletes with high testosterone levels, such as Caster Semenya, would be welcome to compete with male athletes in the 400m hurdles, 800m and 1,500m.
Liverpool defy the odds to beat Barca and reach UCL final
Divock Origi was the unlikely hero as Liverpool pulled off the greatest semi-final comeback in Champions League history against Barcelona.