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Cricket

Number 6 spot a problem or just fine?
Seeing the good in things is not such an easy thing as the tendency for most people is to point out negatives. In this case the reference is to sport and in particular, cricket. Read full blog
T20 secrets of success
The wham bam Ram Slam is rocketing your way soon. It all kicks off with a triple-header on Sunday at what is expected to be a heaving Wanderers. Read full blog
Different game waits against Australia
The New Zealand leg of the one day international tour by the Proteas went according to plan. In fact it was a walk in the park for AB de Villiers and his charges Read full blog
Gripping contest atones for Hartal
For two days the whipping boys of international cricket stood toe-to-toe and gave each other a good whipping, and never flinched. Read full blog
Gripping contest atones for Hartal
For two days the whipping boys of international cricket stood toe-to-toe and gave each other a good whipping, and never flinched. Read full blog
Pakistan humble Australia against all odds
“Australians in general don’t like losing,” said a demoralised Michael Clarke after being crushed by Pakistan. Read full blog
Keeping our options open
It’s great to be celebrating an ODI series victory in New Zealand. As I’ve said before, they are a dangerous one-day side, and it took some excellent cricket to beat them. Read full blog
Proteas looking good for World Cup
South African one-day international captain AB de Villiers is doing a terrific job leading the South African team in this format of the game. Read full blog
Tuk-tuk traffic mania
Just a few weeks ago Proteas coach Russell Domingo admitted how much he enjoyed the feeling of victory when it wasn’t AB de Villiers or Hashim Amla scoring the majority of the runs. Read full blog
SA's death-bowling dilemma
Let’s talk about death bowling. We all know that South Africa has been erratic in this essential component of the limited overs game for a considerable time. Read full blog
AB brightens gloomy mood at home
AB de Villiers admitted that there had been one or two awkward moments during the first ODI against New Zealand but was still as satisfied as any international captain should be with an ultimately comfortable six-wicket victory. Read full blog
The Proteas keep marching on
As expected the Proteas defeated New Zealand in emphatic fashion here in Mount Maunganui in the first game of a three-match one-day international series. Read full blog
Bowlers coming off second best
It is fair to say that bowlers around the world are struggling to come to terms with the rule changes for the fifty over competition. They have come in for a battering, particularly in domestic A-list cricket. Read full blog
Unfamiliar territory in NZ
Greetings from Mount Maunganui in New Zealand. Where, you might ask, and you wouldn’t be alone. I had to look it up, because it’s also a place that has never before seen international cricket being played there. Read full blog
South Africa's team culture is exceptional
The chronicled KP allegations have highlighted the necessity and importance of changeroom decorum. It is a private inner sanctum that is treasured by international sportsmen. Read full blog
Any lessons to learn from the KP saga?
The saying goes: "what happens in the changeroom stays in the changeroom" and there are variations thereof, talking about going on tour and such like. Read full blog
Tools in place for CWC success
The Proteas set off for New Zealand this week as part of their preparation for the World Cup. Read full blog
Another brilliant career ends in tears
The much-publicised and controversial Kevin Pietersen book is the last kick of a dying mule. Read full blog
Settling down after T20 win
It’s great to be back home in South Africa after another long stint away but I can’t say I’m on the beach just yet. Read full blog
Latest English cricket saga is embarrassing
KP’s tome has incensed several, raised the hackles of many, staggered others and galvanised some. That’s the thing about Kevin Pietersen. Whatever he says or does always elicits a robust response Read full blog

Sports Talk



Mpumelelo Mbangwa
Number 6 spot a problem or just fine?
Seeing the good in things is not such an easy thing as the tendency for most people is to point out...

Haze's Comment
T20 secrets of success
The wham bam Ram Slam is rocketing your way soon. It all kicks off with a triple-header on Sunday...

Neil Manthorp
Gripping contest atones for Hartal
For two days the whipping boys of international cricket stood toe-to-toe and gave each other a good...

Faf du Plessis
Keeping our options open
It’s great to be celebrating an ODI series victory in New Zealand. As I’ve said before, they are a...

Kepler Wessels
Different game waits against Australia
The New Zealand leg of the one day international tour by the Proteas went according to plan. In...