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Reasons not to celebrate
This should be a time to celebrate everything good about South African cricket, from the genius of AB de Villiers and Dale Steyn to the artistry of Hashim Amla. Read full blog
Not-so-proud West Indies record in SA
Among the seven major test nations, the West Indies' record in South Africa is without parallel. No other nation comes close to matching the men from the Caribbean for lack of success Read full blog
When they were kings
I was fortunate to grow up during the most intoxicating era of test cricket. Ray Illingworth's England team initially hooked me but the West Indies toured a few years later and simply blew me away. Read full blog
Eager to take on the West Indies
I’ve been enjoying my time at home in Cape Town, but the focus has been on getting my hip right. Fortunately I’ve had the time to rehab and strengthen it, and I hope I’m on my way to sorting it out. Read full blog
Spinner or no spinner for SuperSport Park
Normally when a test match is looming at SuperSport Park the debate starts whether the selectors should play a spinner at this venue or not. This time it's no different, with South Africa taking on the West Indies come next week Wednesday. Read full blog
A golden opportunity for SA's openers
Opening the batting is one of the toughest jobs in cricket at all levels, even more so at international level. The role requires a sound technique, impeccable concentration and a brave approach. Read full blog
Test cricket must now change
There isn’t a more captivating spectacle in cricket than a rampant flame-thrower charging in, brand new red Kookaburra in hand, hell-bent on intimidating a quality batsman in the test arena. Read full blog
JP fitness adds to changing game
Cricket South Africa has a well-stocked media and public relations department full of highly qualified people who realise that the supply of reliable and truthful information is a primary requirement in establishing trust. Read full blog
Six and seven up for grabs against WI
The attention shifts to the test arena over the next few weeks. One day cricket however remains in the minds of cricket fans all over the world with the World Cup coming up shortly. Read full blog
The unimaginable passing of Hughes
History records that only two men in almost 150 years have died as a result of being hit on the head by a cricket ball during a first-class match. Read full blog
We didn't do the basics well
As always, it’s great to be back home, although the jet lag is a bit of a killer. The first couple of days in Cape Town I tried staying awake and getting back on my ‘SA clock’, but it wasn’t easy. Read full blog
Hazyview this week....
I dislike it immensely when an international sporting event has its status denigrated. Read full blog
Any answers from tour of NZ & Aus?
It is very true that nobody likes to lose, not even in a kick-about game in the park. So the loss to Australia in the Twenty20, but particularly the ODI, series is one that doesn't sit well with the Proteas team or the fans. Read full blog
Still uncertainty over final WCup 15
The upcoming World Cup is an unusual competition. The competition in itself goes for roughly six weeks. The business end of the competition, however, is very short and uncompromising. Read full blog
Too soon to panic
Relax everybody. Take a chill pill or two and settle down. Another loss in Australia has spotlighted that South Africa have some combination issues. Read full blog
SA was outplayed in Canberra
Australia outplayed South Africa during the third one-day international in Canberra. The pitch in Canberra was pretty flat and batsman friendly. Read full blog
Proteas bounced back brilliantly
Greetings from Canberra ahead of the third one-day international against Australia. Ahead of us are three games in five days. Read full blog
Week 2
Hashim Amla said after Sydney’s ODI that the series had been “closer than the scoreline would suggest” which reminded of how air-traffic controllers describe the situation when two aeroplanes almost collide. Read full blog
Extra batsman v extra bowler
The fact that the current one day series between Australia and South Africa is deadlocked at 1-1 is no surprise. The teams are evenly matched. Read full blog
Aussies are perfect prep
The one-day international series between the Proteas and Australia is the most significant part of South Africa's preparation for the World Cup. Read full blog

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Neil Manthorp
Reasons not to celebrate
This should be a time to celebrate everything good about South African cricket, from the genius of...

Haze's Comment
When they were kings
I was fortunate to grow up during the most intoxicating era of test cricket. Ray Illingworth's...

Kepler Wessels
Spinner or no spinner for SuperSport Park
Normally when a test match is looming at SuperSport Park the debate starts whether the selectors...

Mpumelelo Mbangwa
Any answers from tour of NZ & Aus?
It is very true that nobody likes to lose, not even in a kick-about game in the park. So the loss...

Faf du Plessis
Eager to take on the West Indies
I’ve been enjoying my time at home in Cape Town, but the focus has been on getting my hip right....

Neil Down Under
Week 2
Hashim Amla said after Sydney’s ODI that the series had been “closer than the scoreline would...