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Cricket South Africa have extended condolences to the Mandela family and dedicated their current series to the former president.
Australia declared their first innings closed for 570/9 after tea on the second day of the second Ashes Test against England.
The Proteas are facing a selection conundrum with former captain Graeme Smith facing a spell on the sidelines.
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Despite South Africa pulling off their first win of the series, Proteas captain AB de Villiers says he is still not satisfied.
Shaun von Berg's century helped Titans notch up the highest total on a run-heavy third day of domestic four-day cricket.
South Africa put their chasing woes behind them as AB de Villiers led the Proteas to a four wicket victory over Pakistan.
The SA bowlers were in top form as they dismissed Pakistan for 179 inside 50 overs in their third ODI in Centurion.
David Warner has broken his silence on the shock return home of Jonathan Trott, a week after taunting the player in the media.
South Africa have won the toss and chosen to bowl in their third and final ODI against Pakistan in Centurion.
Pakistan's Shahid Afridi will join the Knights for the upcoming domestic T20 competition.
Hundreds by Stephen Cook and Neil McKenzie ensured the Highveld Lions made the most progress against the Warriors in their Sunfoil Series match.
The Titans have signed world-class off-spinner Saeed Ajmal for the domestic Ram Slam T20 Challenge in January.
Antoinette Muller previews the third One Day International between South Africa and Pakistan.
Playing successive series against Pakistan feels like Groundhog Day for the Proteas, Hashim Amla said in Pretoria.
Graeme Smith will be replaced by Henry Davids for South Africa's third and final ODI against Pakistan.
IOL and Cricket SA are partnering to give five lucky readers and their friends the chance to watch the Proteas in Centurion.
Australia seamer Peter Siddle sympathises with England batsman Jonathan Trott, but that’s where it ends.
Australia coach Darren Lehmann has vowed that his team will keep up the aggression when they meet England in the second Test.
Former Australia Test captain Steve Waugh says cricketer David Warner's comments about Jonathan Trott were “out of order”.
This Proteas side would like to go to the World Cup as is, but there are deep flaws in the batting line-up that need fixing.
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