Stand-in skipper Faf du Plessis said he and the selectors were seriously considering making changes to the Proteas starting ...
Cricket writer Stuart Hess assess the three key areas for South Africa in the second Test at Centurion.
The Proteas head to SuperSport Park with a sense of apprehension and not only because the second Test with New Zealand is, ...
The lack of form of both JP Duminy and Faf du Plessis, opens up the discussion about who could replace the duo going forward.
Proteas convener of selectors Linda Zondi is ‘very excited’ about the direction the team is heading in.
Match referee Andy Pycroft has officially described the Kingsmead outfield as ‘poor’ in his match report to the International Cricket Council (ICC).
JP Duminy’s Test career is in danger of ending with a whimper.
Kingsmead and Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain risk sanctions after outfields at both venues were rated as “poor” by match referees.
For a brief period on the second day of the rain-affected first Test, the Proteas looked like the Proteas of old, writes Zaahier Adams.
AN unhappily lean, two-match Test series, taking place at a time when cricket should be contemplated rather than played, ...
Faf du Plessis has called on the Proteas batsmen to capitalise on good starts in the final Test against New Zealand.
The first Test between South Africa and New Zealand at Durban ended in a draw Tuesday after poor conditions prevented play.
The image of Test cricket - already shaky - received a major blow this week with no play taking place for two days at Kingsmead ...
A re-laid outfield was a factor in two full days of play being lost in the first Test between South Africa and New Zealand, Haroon Lorgat admitted.