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Cricket

Balance between work and play
It was inevitable that the work ethic of the Indian team was going to come under scrutiny after their dramatic demise in England during the test series. Read full blog
Something different for the ODI games
Greetings from Bulawayo, just a day or so out from the start of the one-day series against Zimbabwe. Read full blog
Week 2
p>Stephen Mangongo is Zimbabwe’s first black head coach and he is as old-fashioned as a 1960s boarding school when it comes to discipline and work ethic. Read full blog
Zim test good World Cup prep
The three-match one-day series against Zimbabwe is all about broadening the base of the South African World Cup squad. Read full blog
A few Proteas need to settle
Change is constant in each and every person's life and it applies to everything that surrounds us. Read full blog
The long-sleeved brigade is on notice
It appears the governing body of cricket, that has previously worn the ‘toothless tiger’ tag, is sharpening its claws. Refreshingly some directives have been issued by the restructured ICC to restore some worrying aspects of our game. Read full blog
Who will take the fall for India's woes?
India will reflect on the last two test matches against England with disappointment and a degree of sadness. Cricket is by far and away the national sport in India. The fan base is enormous and incredibly passionate Read full blog
Week 1
Day off. Always a welcome bonus on tour. Many of the keen golfers in the squad took the opportunity to experience the delights of Royal Harare Golf Club, which remains one of the jewels of Southern Africa. Read full blog
In fighting trim in Zim
Greetings from Harare, Zimbabwe, where I have been since early this week. It was a bit of a trip getting from the Maldives to Zim via Dubai. Read full blog
Ugly cricket must be abolished
I am over this Jadeja/Anderson spat that is further headlining our game. Slackness from the powers that be are to blame for this worrying current corrosion of cricketing values. Read full blog
Proteas want to be clinical against Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe and South Africa will be coming from different perspectives when they clash in the one off test match starting in Harare on Saturday. Read full blog
Many shuffles in bid to retain stability
The series win in Sri Lanka may have indicated to some that the ever-so-stable environment of the Proteas test match set-up might well have been preserved. Read full blog
Spotlight on ICC disciplinary procedures
The fact that Jimmy Anderson was found not guilty after the incident he was involved in with Ravindra Jadeja during the test match against India at Trent Bridge has evoked a lot of emotion. Read full blog
We're a team that refuse to give in
Greetings from the Maldives – a welcome break after what was an incredibly challenging series in Sri Lanka. I’m here with Imari, JP and his wife Sue. Read full blog
King Kallis brings down the curtain
As a package Jacques Kallis has been the best player that this country has produced. Read full blog
Proteas were excellent but spin still a worry
Watching the Proteas in the testing and historically difficult-to-overcome conditions of Sri Lanka was a delight due to the evident extra grit and fight that they showed. Read full blog
Home pitch advantage is crucial
I hope that groundsmen around South Africa watched the Test series in Sri Lanka. No-one prepares pitches better than Sri Lanka. Read full blog
Well done, Hashim and AB
The South African cricket team had a magnificent tour of Sri Lanka. The team will reflect on their achievements in Sri Lanka with a great deal of satisfaction. Read full blog
A tough day at the office
I’m writing this after a tough day at the office on day one of the second test in Colombo. Mahela Jaywardene is not out after an excellent hundred and Sri Lanka are 305 for five. Read full blog
A chance for SA to finish tour in style
It is very comforting to know going into a deciding test match that the number one ranked bowler in the world along with the number one all-rounder and batsman is in your team. Read full blog

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Kepler Wessels
Balance between work and play
It was inevitable that the work ethic of the Indian team was going to come under scrutiny after...

Faf du Plessis
Something different for the ODI games
Greetings from Bulawayo, just a day or so out from the start of the one-day series against Zimbabwe.

Neil in Zimbabwe
Week 2
p>Stephen Mangongo is Zimbabwe’s first black head coach and he is as old-fashioned as a 1960s...

Mpumelelo Mbangwa
A few Proteas need to settle
Change is constant in each and every person's life and it applies to everything that surrounds us.

Haze's Comment
The long-sleeved brigade is on notice
It appears the governing body of cricket, that has previously worn the ‘toothless tiger’ tag, is...

Neil in Sri Lanka
Week 4
It is patently absurd to suggest that this Test ‘save’, in Colombo, was better than Adelaide 2012...