David Miller century lifts South Africa against West Indies
David Miller century lifts South Africa against West Indies

David Miller hit his first international century to enable South Africa to recover from a poor start after being sent in to bat in the fourth one-day international against the West Indies at St George's Park on Sunday.

South Africa rest big guns after blowing Windies away
South Africa rest big guns after blowing Windies away

South Africa will rest key players for the remainder of the one-day international series against West Indies as they rotate their squad with one eye on the World Cup.

Stop repeating errors, Jason Holder tells West Indies team mates
Stop repeating errors, Jason Holder tells West Indies team mates

West Indies captain Jason Holder has lashed his teammates for repeating basic errors and urged them to take more responsibility weeks away from the 50-over World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

South Africa strong favourite against West Indies at happy hunting ground
South Africa strong favourite against West Indies at happy hunting ground

That West Indies go into the final test against South Africa with an opportunity to draw the three-match series is probably more than they could have hoped for after a crushing defeat in the first game in Pretoria.

West Indies fight back against South Africa with four wickets
West Indies fight back against South Africa with four wickets

The West Indies fought back on the third day of the second Test by dismissing South Africa's leading batsmen, Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers, in successive overs at St George's Park on Sunday.

South Africa vs West Indies: Faf du Plessis reaches hundred before rain
South Africa vs West Indies: Faf du Plessis reaches hundred before rain

Faf du Plessis completed his fourth Test century and was dismissed immediately afterwards on a rain-hit second morning of the second Test between South Africa and the West Indies at St George`s Park on Saturday.

Elgar, Du Plessis punish West Indies for fielding lapses
Elgar, Du Plessis punish West Indies for fielding lapses

Dean Elgar and Faf du Plessis punished the West Indies for fielding lapses as South Africa built a strong position on the first day of the second Test in Port Elizabeth, here on Friday.

West Indies face tough task in second Test against South Africa
West Indies face tough task in second Test against South Africa

The West Indies face a daunting task when they take on South Africa in the second Test at Port Elizabeth`s St George`s Park on Friday.

Imran Tahir in as Robin Peterson becomes latest injury casualty
Imran Tahir in as Robin Peterson becomes latest injury casualty

Left-arm slow bowler Robin Peterson has become the latest player ruled out of the ongoing test series between South Africa and West Indies after he was injured in practice on Tuesday.

Ashwell Prince announces retirement from professional cricket

Former South African batsman Ashwell Prince has reportedly announced that he will retire from professional cricket later this year.

Warner, Clarke put Australia in control

David Warner hit a century and captain Michael Clarke battled his way back into form as Australia dominated the first day of the series-deciding third and final Test against South Africa at Newlands Saturday.

Amla says Port Elizabeth pitch helped Proteas handle Johnson `easily`

Veteran South African batsman Hashim Amla has admitted that a more placid pitch was one of the main reasons behind their relatively easy handling of Australian pace sensation Mitchell Johnson in the second Test at Port Elizabeth.

Concussed McLaren out of 2nd test against Australia

South Africa allrounder Ryan McLaren will miss the second test against Australia with concussion following a crunching blow to his helmet from a Mitchell Johnson bouncer in the series opener.

De Villiers says Proteas will target Doolan if selected for second Test

South African batsman AB de Villiers has said that his side would target Australian batter Alex Doolan if the player remains at first drop for the second Test against Australia in Port Elizabeth.

OZ team doubtful about Watson`s inclusion in second Test

Following Australian team`s recent victory over South Africa, Shane Watson`s chances of making a come back looks grim.

Watson facing race against time to be fit to play second Test

Australian all-rounder Shane Watson is facing a race against time to be fit for the second Test against the South Africans, which starts on Thursday in Port Elizabeth.

No scar but need to curb Johnson, says Graeme Smith

South Africa will turn their attention to finding a way to negate the formidable threat posed by fiery Australian Mitchell Johnson, captain Graeme Smith said following his team`s comprehensive 281-run defeat in the first test on Saturday.

Johnson planning to continue unleashing `fear factor` on Proteas in remaining Tests

Australian pace sensation Mitchell Johnson is reportedly planning to continue to unleash the `fear factor` against South Africa in the remaining two Tests following his 12-wicket demolition job leaving the visitors with a big advantage in the three-Test series.

Mandela University accused of discrimination

A South African university named after Nelson Mandela has been accused of discrimination after it denied three students admission because they are blind.

Indian-origin woman to help build world`s fastest car

A 29-year-old Indian-origin woman from South Africa is set to join the team of specialist engineers building the world`s fastest car in the UK.