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Quinton de Kock's outstanding Test run -

Over the next six weeks, South Africa will look to right what has so far been a pretty disappointing tour to England for all their teams: they lost the ODI series and the T20I series by 2-1 margins, were knocked out disappointingly early in the ...and more »

Smith 'uneasy' about Proteas chances in test series - Eyewitness News

South Africa has had a tough tour of England thus far in the limited overs formats, losing both the ODI and T20 series against the hosts. FILE: Former Proteas captain Graeme Smith addresses a press conference in Cape Town. Picture: EWN. Proteas ...and more »

Giving up the captaincy, a thorny thread from Ganguly to AB - Wisden India (blog)

AB de Villiers is loved, admired, revered and respected the world over. Wherever he goes, he is the object of much interest and attention, his unique blend of the orthodox and the unthinkable making for an arresting, scarcely believable concoction. The ...and more »

How cricketing quota policy has impacted South Africa -

Cricket is a numbers game. Runs, wickets, averages and strike rates are the currency of the sport. But in South Africa the numbers mean something very different altogether and the team that plays against England at Lord's in the first Test this week ...and more »

EXCLUSIVE: Russell Domingo reapplies, interviewed for Proteas job - Independent Online

JOHANNESBURG – Russell Domingo was among the candidates interviewed by Cricket South Africa this week for the Proteas head coach position, Independent Media understands. It is believed Domingo, who rejoined the South African squad in England on Friday ...and more »

Why quitting the longer format of the game makes sense for AB de Villiers -

A regular working Joe, stuck in a nine-to-five job, struggling with EMIs and a rotten luck at dating, would mostly always want to be in AB de Villiers' shoes. De Villiers, after all, is a superstar cricketer, one of the best in the business, a ...and more »