Get ready, South Africa. Faf du Plessis will be a Proteas Test captain unlike any of his predecessors.
Newly-appointed Proteas captain Faf du Plessis says he will not withdraw his appeal against a ball-tampering fine, even though it seems "logical".
Knights captain Theunis de Bruyn is the only uncapped player named in the Proteas Test squad for this month’s series against Sri Lanka.
As a curtain raiser to the Nelson Mandela Legacy Cup, the KFC Mini-Cricket Kids from Kimberley Islamic School took on the Proteas.
Allan Donald believes shouldering Faf du Plessis with the responsibility of leading the Proteas across all three formats would be “brutal”
It may surprise Angelo Mathews’s team that conditions for the first Test at St George’s Park may be closer to home than they know.
Faf du Plessis will lead the Proteas Test team in the upcoming series against Sri Lanka pending the outcome of his ICC appeal hearing next week.
AB de Villiers has stepped down as captain of the Proteas Test team with immediate effect and backed Faf du Plessis as his replacement.
AB de Villiers will in all likelihood lose his race to be fit for South Africa’s opening Test against Sri Lanka on Boxing Day at St George’s Park.
As his team seeks to acclimatise, Angelo Mathews will stress the importance of not getting carried away with the pace and bounce of SA pitches.
Duminy not done yet and keen to up his runs with a winning Proteas team, writs Lungani Zama.
AB de Villiers is the No1 ranked batsman on the world ODI batting rankings, 13 points ahead of Virat Kohli.
The Proteas may have hit form against Australia, but a hectic festive season awaits coach Russell Domingo and his side.
The KFC Mini-Cricket Kids vs Proteas Tour is upon us and Kimberly Islamic School will be stepping up to the crease as the Proteas’ first opponents.
Fresh off a hectic tour, batsman JP Duminy will be play for the Proteas and the Cape Cobras this week, as well as fulfilling other commitments.