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  • South Africa's Kagiso Rabada (3rd right) celebrates with his teammates after the dismissal of England's Dom Sibley during the second day of the first Test cricket match between South Africa and England at The SuperSport Park stadium at Centurion near Pretoria on 27 December 2019. Picture: AFP

    JUDITH FEBRUARY: Can cricket in SA rise to the challenge?

    The ‘colour by numbers’ approach is an unsatisfactory approach to team selection as it can be both damaging and artificial. It also can't work if the real hard work of development does not happen at school and club level, writes Judith February.

  • FILE: Proteas wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock in action against England at the ICC Cricket World Cup. Picture: @cricketworldcup/Twitter

    Quinton de Kock named Proteas ODI captain

    He made his international debut in December 2012 after an impressive showing at that year’s ICC U19 Cricket World Cup in Australia and was called up into the ODI squad just a short month later.

  • Proteas captain Faf du Plessis. Picture: ICC.

    South Africa skipper looks for fresh start

    The overhaul of South Africa’s coaching structure has given the team a major boost as they get ready to take on England in a four-Test series which begins on Thursday, captain Faf du Plessis said.

  • FILE: Proteas fast bowler Kagiso Rabada celebrates a wicket with teammates during day 4 of the third Test match against Pakistan at the Wanderers on 14 January 2019. Picture: @OfficialCSA/Twitter

    South Africa seek happy end to bad year against England

    South African cricket has been in upheaval after a turbulent year during which the Proteas lost a home Test series against Sri Lanka before enduring a miserable Cricket World Cup in England and Wales and being trounced 3-0 in their World Test Championship debut in India.

  • England's players wait for a decision against New Zealand's captain Kane Williamson during the fifth day of the second cricket Test match between England and New Zealand at Seddon Park in Hamilton on 3 December 2019. Picture: AFP

    England fancied for Test series as host look for fresh energy

    England will be looking to bring a heady year to a successful close in the opening Test of their four-match series against South Africa, which starts on Boxing Day in Pretoria but must beware a home side eager to revive their fortunes.

  • Picture: @OfficialCSA/Twitter

    Players reject Cricket South Africa invitation

    The South African Cricketers’ Association (Saca) on Tuesday rejected a move by the embattled board of Cricket South Africa to find a solution to an issue which is the subject of ongoing legal action.

  • FILE: Mark Boucher. Picture: Supersport

    Confidence is key, says head coach Mark Boucher

    The former-Protea captain appointed, current Thswane Spartans, Mark Boucher to the role of head coach. Alongside him will sit Enoch Nkwe who coached the side to an unsuccessful India series in October.