A recap of every player bought at auction for the SA20 league and how much was paid for their services. Plus all six final squads.
Youngster Tristan Stubbs was bought for R9.2-million by the Sunrisers Eastern Cape as the big winner at the SA20 player auction.
Aiden Markram’s continued struggles at Test level have placed a question mark over his Proteas future in red-ball cricket.
Mark Boucher’s sudden decision to leave his role as Proteas head coach will force Cricket SA to scramble in the search for a replacement.
It’s been surprisingly confirmed that Proteas coach Mark Boucher will soon leave his post at the helm of the national cricket side.
The Proteas are set to lose the decisive third Test against England in a disappointing end to their tour of the UK.
The Proteas need to find some serious answers to a brittle batting lineup that was once again brutally exposed by England.
The Proteas opted against extending the third Test versus England by an extra day in order to prioritise time with family.
The Proteas’ third Test against England at The Oval will continue, with tributes to be held for the late Queen Elizabeth II.
The Proteas’ third Test against England could possibly be cancelled following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
The Proteas will bat first in the third and final Test against England after captain Dean Elgar lost the toss at The Oval on Thursday.
Temba Bavuma and Tristan Stubbs are set to play key roles for the Proteas during the T20 World Cup in Australia.
Proteas captain Dean Elgar has defended a couple of controversial decisions in the second Test against England.
Proteas skipper Dean Elgar says that the Test squad need to spend some time pondering what went wrong in Manchester.
Proteas batsman Rassie van der Dussen has been ruled out of the final Test against England due to a fracture of his left index finger.
Proteas star Kagiso Rabada has defended the controversial decision to bat first in the second Test against England.
South Africa won the toss and elected to bat first in the second Test against England being played at Old Trafford in Manchester.
England have recalled a key fast bowler, while the Proteas are unlikely to make any changes, for the second Test.
Dean Elgar says that it was a pleasant surprise that the Proteas were able to bowl England out for just 149 on day three of their first Test at Lord’s to clinch a famous win. Kagiso Rabada was named man of the match, but Keshav Maharaj and Anrich Nortje were singled out for praise from […]
The Proteas bowling attack proved irresistible at Lord’s as England failed to mount a serious challenge and South Africa take a series lead.
Sarel Erwee, who once considered walking away from the game, has once again impressed for the Proteas in a high-profile Test.