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Amla’s to achieve 100 test caps

Hashim Amla is set to join an elite group of South African cricketers when he makes his 100th Test appearance in the third and final match of the series against Sri Lanka

Neil McKenzie appointed SA batting consultant

Neil McKenzie will join South Africa’s support staff as a batting consultant following his retirement from cricket nine days ago. McKenzie is currently playing in the Masters Champions League (MCL) and will


SA and England target short-form gains

In an act of typically perverse scheduling, the limited-overs leg of England’s tour of South Africa includes five ODIs and just two T20Is, despite the fact that the World Twenty20 is looming

Mandela returns to hospital with lung infection

Former South African President Nelson Mandela has been admitted to a hospital with a recurring lung infection, South Africa’s government has said. Mandela, 94, has become increasingly frail in recent years and


5 Pakistanis killed in South Africa

Five Pakistanis have been killed in South Africa’s capital city Cape Town. Among the murdered include father of six children, namely Shafiq Pappu, three real brothers and their cousin. Pappu belonged to


SA to play 50th test match at Cape Town

South Africa will complete a half century of Test matches at Newlands, Cape Town when they take on Pakistan in the second Test match on Thursday (February 14). South Africa have won


SA schoolboy cricketers hit by lightning

Two schoolboy cricketers in Johannesburg remain in intensive care after being struck by lightning while pulling on the covers during a practice session on Tuesday and needing resuscitation. Nine players from King


Top-six Proteas among the best, says Smith

Skipper Graeme Smith believes South Africa have possibly the best top-six among contemporary batting line-ups as they prepare to face Pakistan in the second test at Newlands starting on Thursday. The Proteas

Injury hit Pakistan strive for comeback

All the hype around the Test series before the first Test at Johannesburg was centered around the bowling strengths of both teams. While South Africa boasted of a wonderful opening pair of