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The enigma of Virat Kohli

To understand why Virat Kohli is the personification of the cult heavy-metal album, Far Beyond Driven, you only have to look at where he came from.

South Africa rest stars for T20 internationals

Most of South Africa’s Test players will sit out a three-match Twenty20 international series against India, starting at the Wanderers Stadium on Sunday.

Editorial: Young, black, beautiful

It truly is a beautiful thing for a young person to remind us that youth is not always wasted on the young.

India braces for Cape of Storms

Such was the Portuguese delight at the discovery of a maritime route to India that John II, who ruled from 1481 to 1495, called the southwestern coast of the African continent the Cape of Good Hope.

Warner posts Boxing Day Test century after no-ball reprieve

David Warner was handed a no-ball reprieve before posting a century to put Australia in a strong position over England on the opening day of the fourth Ashes Test in Melbourne on Tuesday.

England drop Stokes after assault arrest

England all-rounder Ben Stokes has been arrested on suspicion of causing actual bodily harm in Bristol and dropped for Wednesday’s fourth one-day international against West Indies.

Ottis Gibson named as Proteas coach

Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Wednesday confirmed the appointment of Ottis Gibson as head coach of the Proteas national team across all three formats.

SA’s living won’t be easy this summer

The bleakness with which the results from South Africa’s three-month tour of England have been received is to be expected. Some of it may have become a little too personal, but that’s far better than them being ignored — or should be. At least South

Honesty, the Proteas’ brutal policy

The Proteas seem to have an honesty policy. Vernon Philander said the Proteas had honest talks after they flopped in the third Test against England. They had some more after the fourth Test — their second collapse on the trot. Captain Faf du Plessis