South Africa

Markram takes another constructive stride

Cape Town – The art of the leave: especially for opening batsmen, it is virtually as important a consideration as run-making stroke-play.

Tahir aiming for World Cup glory with Proteas

Cape Town - Proteas spinner Imran Tahir believes they have the players and the belief that they can break their duck at ICC global events.

Proteas suffer blow with Rabada injury concern

Johannesburg - The Proteas have some more injury news on the bowling front with Kagiso Rabada struggling with a stiff lower back.

4/6/2018: Opinion: Salute to Proteas for historic series victory

We congratulate our cricket team for a remarkable, historic Test series win over Australia this week.

Why Proteas STILL seek that Test all-rounder

Cape Town – He ceased several months ago to be the batting coach, but Neil McKenzie remains fairly close to the Proteas camp.

Aiden Markram: Durham stint not purely a personal quest for South Africa opener

South Africa opener Aiden Markram says his short-term stint at Durham in 2018 is not just about personal development.

Stokes aims to restore England’s test lustre

Ben Stokes is desperate to inspire England back to the pinnacle of test cricket, saying the team has "slacked off" in the past two years, slipping to fifth in the world rankings.

Indian police crack down on IPL betting racket

New Delhi - Indian police have arrested three men suspected of placing illegal bets on Indian Premier League matches as authorities crack down on gambling rackets that emerge around the billion-dollar franchise every year.

CSA pays tribue to Colin Bland

Cape Town - Cricket South Africa (CSA) has paid tribute after hearing of the passing of Colin Bland in London at the age of 80 after a long battle against colon cancer.

Afghan Shahzad fined after playing for Pakistan club

Kabul - Trouble-prone Afghanistan wicketkeeper Mohammad Shahzad has been fined after he was caught playing for a Pakistani cricket club without permission, an Afghan official said on Monday.


Cricket: Stewart wants IPL cut-off date after Surrey lose Curran

LONDON (Reuters) - Surrey director of cricket Alec Stewart wants a cut-off date for county players to join the Indian Premier League (IPL) after losing seamer Tom Curran to the Twenty20 tournament just days beforethe start of their championship campaign.