ICC politics will not disrupt Proteas: Mohamed Moosajee

The South African cricket team will not allow the current boardroom politics at the ICC to disrupt their preparations for the coming tour by Australia, team manager Mohamed Moosajee has asserted.

No truth in "rumours" of Smith resigning as captain, clarifies CSA

Cricket South Africa and Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula both today dismissed widespread social media comments that Graeme Smith had threatened to resign if he was not made the Proteas captain for the ongoing Test series against India.

Graeme Smith backs use of DRS despite `extra pressure` on captaincy

South African Test captain Graeme Smith has said that the use of technology adds extra pressure on the captaincy in cricket but it definitely has advantages.

Faf du Plessis says `momentum` with Proteas team going into Pak T20 series

Captain Faf du Plessis has said that South Africa will have the necessary momentum going into the T20 series with Pakistan, having recently won the ODI series 4-1.

Dale Steyn wants to play more limited-overs cricket to `prepare well` for T20 WC

South African bowler Dale Steyn has said that he came back feeling energized from the two ODI break, during which he went back home and was just getting stronger and ready.

De Villiers `happy and proud` of `magnificent` ODI series win against Pakistan

South African ODI captain AB de Villiers said that he is happy that his team won the one-day series against Pakistan in the UAE, and added that he is proud of each and every one of the team.

Not a cheat, but did rub ball `too close` to zip, says Du Plessis

South African batsman Faf du Plessis has insisted that he is not a cheat.

CSA congratulates national team on 100th Test Victory

Cricket South Africa (CSA) has congratulated its national team for 100th Test match victory since the formation of a unified national cricket body.

Five-star Tahir more South African than Pakistani

Dashing leg-spinner Imran Tahir on Wednesday said he was more of a South African than the country of his own birth and felt honoured at playing for the world`s best Test team.

Dale Steyn may miss second Test following training session injury

South African pace bowler Dale Steyn may also miss the second Test against Pakistan along with veteran Hashim Amla over an injury suffered during a training session.

De Villiers says SA in `good mood` ahead of second Test against

South African vice-captain AB de Villiers has said his team`s `mood is good` despite their disappointing performance in the first Test against Pakistan.

Cricket South Africa using cash in transformation drive to lure black players

CSA will foot the salaries of both the black African players in domestic franchise cricket if teams pick two instead of the one black player that is required to be picked based on a new ruling.

South African minister lauds CSA`s new `Black` quota policy

South African sports minister Fikile Mbalula has hailed Cricket South Africa (CSA) for adopting its new quota policy in a bid to accelerate the development of black African players.

South Africa to consider franchise `quotas`

South African cricket officials are set to consider a proposal forcing professional franchises to include at least two black Africans in every team.

Dale Steyn raring to make Test comeback following prolonged lay-off

South African pace spearhead Dale Steyn is looking forward to playing competitive cricket again after having been away for close to three months, with a handful of injury problems.

Graeme Smith in contention for Pakistan series despite ankle surgery

South African Test captain Graeme Smith is reportedly in contention for the squad to tour the United Arab Emirates in October for a two-Test series against Pakistan.

Tour by `A` teams helped South African players develop: Haroon Lorgat

Cricket South Africa chief executive Haroon Lorgat feel the recent tour by `A` sides of India and Australia has helped in developing new players for the Proteas.

Jacques Kallis targets last shot at World Cup glory

South Africa all-rounder Jacques Kallis is ready to return to the one-day international side for a last shot at winning the 50-over World Cup.

Coach warns Jacques Kallis risking omission from 2015 World Cup

South African coach Russell Domingo has warned Jacques Kallis that he cannot be constantly rested for ODIs and then expect to be picked for the 2015 World Cup.

Allan Donald recalls exploits in 1992 World Cup

Former South Africa fast bowler Allan Donald has said the 1992 ICC Cricket World Cup provided him with the opportunity to show his talent and potential on a global stage.