It's AB de Villiers prerogative to decide when and where he wants to play his cricket, writes Gary Lemke.
Springboks coach Allister Coetzee could do worse than seek the advice of his Proteas counterpart, Russell Domingo, writes Clinton van der Berg.
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
Njabulo Ngidi continues his daily diary from Afcon, comparing typical tourist struggles to the struggles faced by some of the tournament's big guns.
This year it was a very different SA Open. The crowds were larger. The parking more extensive. You could feel it everywhere, says John Robbie.
I would like to think that my groupie tendencies are in control. Apparently not, writes Njabulo Ngidi.
South Africa still has not truly realised that coaches, just like the athletes, are on other countries’ radars, writes Ockert de Villiers.
Njabulo Ngidi continues his daily diary from the Africa Cup of Nations, this time looking at the Gabonese perception of South Africa.
Allister Coetzee’s size-obsessed mentality has robbed the SA public of seeing someone who could’ve reignited a lacklustre Springbok backline in 2017
Cricket South Africa cannot allow players to dictate terms as it seems former Proteas Test captain AB de Villiers is doing now, writes Stuart Hess
Njabulo Ngidi continues his daily Africa Cup of Nations diary, documenting his journey from Libreville to Port Gentil in Thursday's edition.
A new skipper will be needed after Adriaan Strauss quit, but as desperate as things stand, let it not be Handré Pollard, writes Ashfak Mohamed.
Njabulo Ngidi continues his daily Africa Cup of Nations diary, this time looking at how the tournament has affected everyday life in Gabon.
AB de Villiers is seemingly having his bread buttered on both sides in the five-day arena, and that can be a dangerous, writes Ashfak Mohamed.
Read Independent Media reporter Njabulo Ngidi's daily diary from Libreville, Gabon in today's edition of My Afcon Notebook.