Proteas ODI captain AB De Villiers shudders from word ‘over-rate’

South Africa captain AB de Villiers has admitted that he fears being punished for his side maintaining a slow over-rate in one-day cricket.

Hashim Amla quits Proteas' vice-captain role

South African batsman Hashim Amla has announced his decision to resign from the position of vice captain of the team’s one-day and Twenty20 squads following his reluctance to take over the captaincy from AB de Villiers during the ODI series against New Zealand

Smith guides Proteas to consolation win

Former captain Graeme Smith guided South Africa to a one wicket win over New Zealand.

Proteas team learnt lessons from Kiwis’ ODI humbling: Kirsten

Coach Gary Kirsten has claimed the young South African one-day side is not proud of it’s performance against New Zealand in the ongoing limited over series, which they have already lost 2-0, but added sometimes it is necessary to take a few steps backwards, in order to move forwards.

1st ODI: Franklin guides Kiwis to stunning 1-wicket victory over Proteas

Despite consistent criticism, the Kiwi selectors have shown immense faith in James Franklin of late. The left-handed all-rounder on Saturday proved why he was worth it.

2nd Test, Day 3: Kiwis staring at huge defeat despite late fightback

South Africa take on New Zealand on Day 3 of the 2nd Test at Port Elizabeth. Follow our regular LIVE updates.

SA vs NZ, 2nd Test, Day 2: Proteas fast bowlers leave Kiwis wobbling at 47/6

South Africa take on New Zealand on Day 2 of the 2nd test at Port Elizabeth.

South Africa include four new faces in ODI squad for NZ series

South Africa have included four new faces while resting Jacques Kallis in their squad announced for the upcoming one-day series against New Zealand beginning later this month.

South Africa vs New Zealand 1st Test, Day 2: Brownlie fights for tourists

With New Zealand already trailing by more than 200 runs, the Day 2 of the first Test against South Africa will another tough day in office.

Boucher`s farewell postponed

A planned farewell for South Africa wicket-keeper batsman Mark Boucher has been postponed at his request following the death of former Western Province cricketer John Commins.

Cape Town Test, Day 1: Philander, Petersen put South Africa on top after Kiwi collapse

Live updates from the first day of the Cape Town Test between South Africa and New Zealand.

SA vs NZ, 1st Test: Steyn scalps 300th wicket, Kallis reaches 13,000 runs

Veteran South African Jacques Kallis reached another milestone in his career when he reached 13, 000 Test runs during the first Test match against New Zealand at Cape Town on Wednesday.

South Africa beats NZ by 8 wickets in opening T20

An experimental South Africa team romped to an eight-wicket win over New Zealand in their opening Twenty20 game.

Williamson receives plaudits after scoring Test match saving ton in Wellington

New Zealand middle order batsman Kane Williamson has received plaudits from his teammates, and also from the South African team after scoring a match saving century on the final day of the Wellington Test match.

Philander plays down milestone

Standing less than six feet tall and with a short bustling run-up, Vernon Philander is not the prototypical fast bowler yet his accuracy, late movement away and surprising pace has catapulted him into the record books.

Boucher notches up another milestone, claims 550th dismissal

South Africa’s Mark Boucher became the first ever wicket keeper to claim 550 dismissals in Test cricket, as he achieved this magnificent milestone during the second Test match against the Kiwis in Hamilton.

South African batsmen dominate in Wellington

South Africa took control of a weather-disrupted opening day in the third Test.

‘Ruthless’ Smith in no mood to ease up on Kiwi bowlers

South Africa captain Graeme Smith has warned New Zealand bowlers that he intends to carry forward his good form in the final Test match as well.

Ruthless South Africa cruise to Hamilton victory

Graeme Smith and Hashim Amla wasted little time in guiding South Africa to the 101 runs needed to beat New Zealand by nine wickets shortly before tea on the third day of the second Test at Seddon Park in Hamilton on Saturday.

South Africa in control of New Zealand Test

New Zealand's batting woes against South Africa continued as they slumped to 65 for four at stumps on day two of the second Test in Hamilton, squandering a fine effort with the ball.