JOHANNESBURG: Faf du Plessis, one of South African cricket’s most distinguished leaders, has announced his retirement from Test cricket with immediate effect.
JOHANNESBURG: Cricket South Africa (CSA) is delighted to confirm that the Proteas will embark on a historic first full limited-overs tour of Ireland in July 2021.
LAHORE: A batting spectacular by David Miller was not enough for the Proteas as they slipped to a four-wicket defeat in the final Twenty20 International against Pakistan and with it surrendered the series 2-1 in Lahore on Sunday.
LAHORE: Dwaine Pretorius produced the best Twenty20 International figures by a South African to help the Proteas draw level at 1-1 with Pakistan thanks to an excellent six-wicket win in match two at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore on Saturday.
JOHANNESBURG: Cricket South Africa (CSA) is pleased to announce an expanded itinerary for Pakistan’s limited-overs tour to the country that will wrap up the Proteas’ international summer. The tour is scheduled to run from 02 April to 16 April 2021, with the subcontinent side arriving in South Africa on 26 March prior to the first game when ...
LAHORE: Reeza Hendricks struck an attacking half-century but that was outdone by Mohammad Rizwan’s maiden Twenty20 International ton as Pakistan edged out the Proteas by three runs in the series opener at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore on Thursday.
RAWALPINDI: Aiden Markram struck a valiant first Test century on foreign soil but it was not enough as the Proteas fell to a 95-run defeat to Pakistan midway through the final day of the second Test in Rawalpindi on Monday.
RAWALPINDI: George Linde’s maiden career five-for followed by one of South Africa’s best batting performances of their tour to Pakistan thus far helped them reach stumps on day four of the second Test in an encouraging position in Rawalpindi on Sunday.
Spinners George Linde and Keshav Maharaj shared five wickets to keep the Proteas alive after the third day of the second Test against Pakistan in Rawalpindi on Saturday.
RAWALPINDI: Anrich Nortje’s third career five-for helped the Proteas take control before four wickets for Pakistan ensured the second Test was finely balanced after the second day in Rawalpindi on Friday.
RAWALPINDI: Keshav Maharaj lead a bright start to the second Test for the Proteas before Pakistan hit back to end a rain-hit day one strongly in Rawalpindi on Thursday.
JOHANNESBURG: Cricket South Africa (CSA) was on Tuesday informed by Cricket Australia (CA) that their tour to the country scheduled to begin later this month will not be going ahead due to Covid-19 fears.