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Cricket

Enough quality to do better?
When the Cape Cobras and Dolphins set off for the Champions League Twenty20, it all seemed to take place under the radar. Read full blog
Off-spinners worldwide beware
I see the ‘Chucking Police’ have nabbed another big name. Shout it from the rooftops. Off-spinners worldwide beware! Read full blog
No surprise IPL teams are top
It’s been a bit of a tough week in India, thanks to the hip injury I picked up against the Dolphins. Read full blog
T20 exposes SA's bowling problems
The T20 Champions League currently being played in India is a tournament that has battled for identity since its inception. It is financially beneficial for domestic teams. Read full blog
Dead boring
Death and cricket are no strangers, mostly because the game takes so long to play and consumes so much of its participants day-to-day lives. Read full blog
SA spin skills on trial
There is still the better part of three months to pass before we see the Proteas in their white clothing for test-match cricket. What does the future hold for spin? Read full blog
Such silly sportsmen ... *sigh*
Don’t you just love stupid sportsmen? Unfortunately, sport is riddled with silly escapades by individuals who are not the sharpest tools in the shed. Read full blog
Four-day game important for future players
The premier four-day competition in South Africa, the Sunfoil Series, starts this coming week. This competition remains very important as far as South African cricket is concerned Read full blog
Super Kings sticking with what works
Greetings from Hyderabad, where I’ve joined up with my Chennai Super Kings teammates for the Champions League Twenty20. Read full blog
Ajmal was blindsided by the ICC
A month ago I wrote in these pages that ‘The long-sleeved brigade is on notice’. It is now fair to say that they have been shaken, stirred and served. Read full blog
Crackdown on bowling action
The ICC has had a sudden crackdown on bowling actions from a spinner’s point of view. Since July no fewer than six bowlers have been reported for suspect actions. Read full blog
Keep sledging fierce, not personal
It is a shame that the spat between Dale Steyn and Michael Clarke has gone public. The on-field sledging incident occurred during the series between Australia and South Africa last season. Read full blog
Live sport is, and always will be, king
Being firmly entrenched in the television industry, viewership figures in sport always grab my attention. Read full blog
What an incredible few weeks!
I’m writing this from my Harare hotel room just hours before the trip back home. I’m anticipating a long day of flights and press conferences. Read full blog
Looking good for the World Cup
The win by the Proteas in Zimbabwe was an impressive performance. Losing only one match against Australia was an indication of consistency. Read full blog
Week 5
Dale Steyn’s post-match press conference was almost as good as his bowling figures. Well, not actually but his word were as incisive as any of his in-swinging yorkers. Read full blog
Top sorted, now for the middle
The efforts to put together a solid and successful one-day international unit continue for the South African national cricket team and the puzzle is coming together bit by bit. Read full blog
World rankings versus the World Cup
Australia was clearly rocked by their loss to Zimbabwe. The manner of the defeat humbled them in no uncertain terms. Read full blog
Dhoni dictates dynamically
Two weeks ago the English summer was quite rightly being hailed as a magnificent home success. Things have turned around dramatically during the one-days. Read full blog
Week 4
Faf du Plessis had to wait 51 games before his first ODI century and then three came along in four innings, two of them against Australia. Read full blog

Sports Talk



Mpumelelo Mbangwa
Enough quality to do better?
When the Cape Cobras and Dolphins set off for the Champions League Twenty20, it all seemed to take...

Haze's Comment
Off-spinners worldwide beware
I see the ‘Chucking Police’ have nabbed another big name. Shout it from the rooftops. Off-spinners...

Faf du Plessis
No surprise IPL teams are top
It’s been a bit of a tough week in India, thanks to the hip injury I picked up against the Dolphins.

Kepler Wessels
T20 exposes SA's bowling problems
The T20 Champions League currently being played in India is a tournament that has battled for...

Neil Manthorp
Dead boring
Death and cricket are no strangers, mostly because the game takes so long to play and consumes so...