Proteas T20 captain Farhaan Behardien admits there will be “goose-bumps” when he walks out at Newlands in Wednesday's series finale against Sri Lanka.
Cricket SA have announced the 14-woman Proteas squad that will take part in the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifying tournament in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
The Proteas resumed training on Tuesday at Newlands ahead of the final T20 international series decider against Sri Lanka on Wednesday.
Proteas captain Farhaan Behardien wants his top-order to lift the intensity in the series-deciding T20 international against Sri Lanka at Newlands.
Independent Media cricket writer Zaahier Adams lists the five things we've learnt during the two T20 between the Proteas and Sri Lanka.
Lungi Ngidi has been named in the Proteas squad for the first three of five ODI's against Sri Lanka, with skipper AB de Villiers making his return.
South Africa opening batsman Stephen Cook is to play for Durham in the first half of the 2017 English season, the county announced Monday.
After the Wanderers served up a "sub-continent" special, the Proteas will hope Newlands provides a pitch better suited to their abilities.
AB de Villiers is set to return to the Proteas for the final T20 against Sri Lanka, but Ashfak Mohamed believes leaving him out would make more sense.
Angelo Mathews is to fly home after twisting his ankle during the second T20 international and will be replaced as captain by Dinesh Chandimal.
The Proteas deserve some credit for the spirit they showed in defending a total that they knew was far from adequate, writes Stuart Hess.
Angelo Mathews played a gallant and heroic innings on Sunday to lead Sri Lanka to the first tour victory when they beat the ...
It's AB de Villiers prerogative to decide when and where he wants to play his cricket, writes Gary Lemke.
After the Proteas' Kolpak and AB de Villiers setbacks, Cricket SA needs to focus on strengthening its development systems, writes Stuart Hess.
No player is supposed to be bigger than the team but Cricket SA’s response to AB de Villiers’ whims paints a different picture, writes Lungani Zama