South Africa recall big guns for New Zealand one-dayers
South Africa recall big guns for New Zealand one-dayers

Dale Steyn and AB de Villiers have been recalled to South Africa`s one-day international side for the visit of New Zealand later this month, but young wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock has been axed after a poor run of form in Bangladesh.

We will show why we are No.1: Morne Morkel
We will show why we are No.1: Morne Morkel

South Africa have plans to show Bangladesh why they are the No.1 Test cricket team in the last match here after they failed to play their natural game in the drawn first Test.

CSA announces media prize for Africa T20 Cup
CSA announces media prize for Africa T20 Cup

 Cricket South Africa (CSA) has announced an innovative media prize money for the inaugural Africa T20 Cup competition, which is aimed at developing the game in the continent.

Indian-origin cricketer Abdul Samed Bulbulia mourned in South Africa
Indian-origin cricketer Abdul Samed Bulbulia mourned in South Africa

The South African cricket fraternity is mourning the death of one of its oldest Indian-origin veterans, Abdul Samed Bulbulia, who passed away today at the age of 82.

BCCI announces venues for series against South Africa
BCCI announces venues for series against South Africa

Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Sunday announced the venues for the series against South Africa, scheduled to take place in the months of October and November.

AB de Villiers nominated for South African 'Cricketer of the Year' award
AB de Villiers nominated for South African 'Cricketer of the Year' award

Swashbuckling batsman AB de Villiers has been nominated for the second year in a row for the coveted South African Cricketer of the Year award.

Ready to wait for realising Test dream: David Miller
Ready to wait for realising Test dream: David Miller

The David Miller style of play is suited more to shorter formats but the big-hitting batsman dreams of playing Tests for South Africa to this date, having made a name for himself in five years of international cricket, complimented by a successful stint in the IPL.

Proteas World Cup team was changed to fill race quota, says SA motivator Mike Horn
Proteas World Cup team was changed to fill race quota, says SA motivator Mike Horn

South Africa's high performance coach Mike Horn has said he believes the Proteas team was changed for the World Cup semi-final match against New Zealand last month to meet race quota requirements, a move that left the team disbalanced.

Charges of SA selection interference "utter nonsense": Haroon Lorgat
Charges of SA selection interference "utter nonsense": Haroon Lorgat

Dismissing reports of interference in team selection ahead of South Africa's World Cup semi-final against New Zealand as "utter nonsense", CSA Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat has clarified that no late-night instructions were given after the playing XI was announced.

South Africa taking aggressive approach to promote black cricket talent
South Africa taking aggressive approach to promote black cricket talent

In a bid to encourage black African players, the Board of Directors of Cricket South Africa (CSA) has given orders to franchises to field at least three black African players in all competitions.

Cricket World Cup 2015: South Africa`s semi-final woes continue
Cricket World Cup 2015: South Africa`s semi-final woes continue

South Africa`s four-wicket defeat by New Zealand at Auckland`s Eden Park was their fourth loss in as many World Cup semi-finals, with the Proteas still to make it to the tournament`s showpiece match.

ICC World Cup: 'No one can stop us', says South African skipper AB de Villiers
ICC World Cup: 'No one can stop us', says South African skipper AB de Villiers

After years of South Africa being lumbered with the "chokers" tag, captain AB de Villiers boldly declared Monday the World Cup was theirs for the taking this time.

Cricket World Cup 2015: Grateful Imran Tahir happy to repay South Africa
Cricket World Cup 2015: Grateful Imran Tahir happy to repay South Africa

South Africa stormed into the semi-final of the World Cup on Wednesday and nobody was more pleased than their Pakistan-born spinner Imran Tahir who was delighted to perform for his adopted country.

ICC World Cup 2015: South Africa vs Sri Lanka - Preview
ICC World Cup 2015: South Africa vs Sri Lanka - Preview

South Africa will look to do what no Proteas team has done before by winning a knockout match at the World Cup when they face Sri Lanka in a quarter-final at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Wednesday.

ICC World Cup 2015: Hashim Amla convinced Quinton de Kock will soon be back in the runs
ICC World Cup 2015: Hashim Amla convinced Quinton de Kock will soon be back in the runs

 South Africa`s Hashim Amla is convinced his struggling opening partner Quinton de Kock will be soon be back among the runs as the Proteas look to bury their reputation as World Cup "chokers" in the knockout stages. 

Patchy Proteas `still best in World Cup`, says skipper AB de Villiers
Patchy Proteas `still best in World Cup`, says skipper AB de Villiers

AB de Villiers insisted Wednesday that South Africa were re-energised and had shrugged off their inconsistent early form at the World Cup, boldly declaring "we`re the best team in the tournament".

Allan Donald says South Africa ready for World Cup opener against Zimbabwe
Allan Donald says South Africa ready for World Cup opener against Zimbabwe

South Africa great Allan Donald, infamous for his run out against Australia in the 1999 World Cup semi-final, said today the Proteas were excited ahead of their 2015 opener.

ICC World Cup, South Africa vs Zimbabwe: Preview
ICC World Cup, South Africa vs Zimbabwe: Preview

Seeking to shed the 'chokers' tag yet again, formidable South Africa begin their cricket World Cup campaign against minnows Zimbabwe in a Group B match here tomorrow.

Cricket World Cup: Confidence abounds for well-balanced South Africa
Cricket World Cup: Confidence abounds for well-balanced South Africa

South Africa`s reputation as cricketing `chokers` has become a dressing room joke, they say, and there has been nothing spluttering about their build-up as they head to the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand in confident mood.

ICC World Cup: Don't return as losers, Sports minister warns South African team
ICC World Cup: Don't return as losers, Sports minister warns South African team

South African Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula has warned its cricket team of failure in the forthcoming World Cup, forbidding them from becoming "a bunch of losers".