Final day washout helps Bangladesh draw Proteas series
Final day washout helps Bangladesh draw Proteas series

The rain-marred, two-test series between South Africa and Bangladesh ended in a predictable draw on Monday after the final day`s play of the second match was called off without a ball being bowled due to a wet outfield.

South Africa is a team in transition: Hashim Amla
South Africa is a team in transition: Hashim Amla

South Africa Test captain Hashim Amla claimed that the Proteas are a team in transition after losing famous players like Jacques Kallis, Graeme Smith and Alviro Petersen in recent past.

Proteas experienced enough to prepare despite inclement weather, says Dean Elgar
Proteas experienced enough to prepare despite inclement weather, says Dean Elgar

South African batsman Dean Elgar has insisted that the side is experienced enough to prepare for the second Test against Bangladesh starting in Mirpur on Thursday despite rough weather.

Proteas take many positives from rain-hit Chittagong Test, says Hashim Amla
Proteas take many positives from rain-hit Chittagong Test, says Hashim Amla

South Africa skipper, Hashim Amla, has said that his team will take many positives from the first Test against Bangladesh that ended in a tame-draw at Chittagong.

Mashrafe Mortaza mystified by Bangladesh batsmen's poor show against South Africa
Mashrafe Mortaza mystified by Bangladesh batsmen's poor show against South Africa

Bangladesh's limited overs captain Mashrafe bin Mortaza has no clue why his batsmen are failing to blunt the threat posed by South Africa's spin attack.

Bangladesh vs South Africa: Proteas start build-up to Twenty20 World Cup
Bangladesh vs South Africa: Proteas start build-up to Twenty20 World Cup

South Africa begin their build-up to next year’s Twenty20 World Cup when they take on Bangladesh in the first match of a two-game series on Sunday.

Proteas apologises for drone security breach in Dhaka
Proteas apologises for drone security breach in Dhaka

South Africa`s cricket team apologised Thursday to the Bangladesh military for using a drone at a practice session in Dhaka and breaching national security ahead of the start of their tour.

IPL contributed to South Africa's success in subcontinent: Faf du Plesis
IPL contributed to South Africa's success in subcontinent: Faf du Plesis

South Africa Twenty20 captain Faf du Plesis on Wednesday said the Indian Premier League (IPL) has helped them succeed in the subcontinent in recent years.

South Africa eye fresh start in Bangladesh
South Africa eye fresh start in Bangladesh

A new-look South Africa vowed to put their World Cup heartache behind them Wednesday as they began their tour of Bangladesh, promising not to underestimate their in-form hosts.

Former Proteas all-rounder Roelof van der Merwe makes Dutch switch
Former Proteas all-rounder Roelof van der Merwe makes Dutch switch

South African limited overs specialist Roelof van der Merwe has made himself available immediately to represent the Netherlands after receiving his Dutch passport.

Players have grown up since 2011 'stoush': Brendon McCullum
Players have grown up since 2011 'stoush': Brendon McCullum

The ugly confrontation that marred New Zealand and South Africa`s 2011 World Cup quarter-final is unlikely to be repeated in Tuesday`s clash at Eden Park because the teams have `grown up`, New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum believes.

Australian attack no longer above the rest: Steve Waugh
Australian attack no longer above the rest: Steve Waugh

The bowling attack of the Australian cricket team no longer stands head and shoulders above the rest, according to former World Cup-winning captain Steve Waugh.

ICC World Cup, quarter-final: Historical drama surrounding South Africa's campaign

After twin defeats at the hands of India and Pakistan, pre-tournament favorites South Africa have certainly lost the air of invincibility around them at the ICC World Cup 2015.

ICC World Cup 2015 Quarter-final: South Africa won`t choke, vows AB de Villiers
ICC World Cup 2015 Quarter-final: South Africa won`t choke, vows AB de Villiers

South Africa captain AB de Villiers insisted his side will not choke when they try to end their World Cup knockout misery in a Sydney quarter-final with Sri Lanka on Wednesday.

ICC World Cup 2015: South Africa rope in adventurer to lose 'chokers' tag
ICC World Cup 2015: South Africa rope in adventurer to lose 'chokers' tag

South Africa are turning to adventurer Mike Horn for advice on handling pressure moments as the Proteas attempt to shed the chokers' tag ahead of their World Cup quarterfinal against Sri Lanka here on Wednesday.

Cricket World Cup: Sri Lanka's Rangana Herath likely to be fit to face Proteas
Cricket World Cup: Sri Lanka's Rangana Herath likely to be fit to face Proteas

 Sri Lanka`s front-line spinner Rangana Herath is recovering well and looks likely to face South Africa in Wednesday`s World Cup quarter-final at Sydney Cricket Ground, chief selector Sanath Jayasuriya said on Monday.

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. 

Another record for impressive AB de Villiers, hits 36 sixes in World Cup
Another record for impressive AB de Villiers, hits 36 sixes in World Cup

South African captain AB de Villiers on Thursday scripted yet another record, by becoming the first batsman to hit 20 sixes in a single edition of World Cup. His 82-ball innings for 99 runs, which included four hits over the rope, helped the Proteas registered a comfortable 146-run win over United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Cricket World Cup: Waqar Younis storms out of presser, says 'no time for stupid posers'
Cricket World Cup: Waqar Younis storms out of presser, says 'no time for stupid posers'

Barely an hour after their brilliant win over formidable South Africa in the cricket World Cup here, Pakistan were embroiled in a controversy with coach Waqar Younis storming out of the mandatory press conference on being asked about an alleged tiff with a player.

Cricket World Cup: Shaun Pollock sees South Africa-Australia final
Cricket World Cup: Shaun Pollock sees South Africa-Australia final

Former South African great Shaun Pollock Friday predicted the Proteas would win a first World Cup by beating Australia in the final, helping to make-up for his own personal setbacks against the four-time champions.