England captain Eoin Morgan set a new world record for the most sixes in an ODI innings, with 17 in his 148 against Afghanistan at Old Trafford.
Proteas spin bowling coach Claude Henderson says Imran Tahir is the perfect example for young cricketers to look up to.
Proteas speedster Lungi Ngidi has been passed fit for Wednesday's World Cup clash against New Zealand.
Imran Tahir's reasons for retiring from ODI cricket after the World Cup aree noble, writes Lloyd Burnard.
The Proteas are eyeing a solid performance against New Zealand on Wednesday to give their fans back home something to celebrate.
Andile Phehlukwayo has emerged as South Africa's most consistent player at the World Cup, which bodes well for the future, writes Lloyd Burnard.
Proteas allrounder Chris Morris has credited national coach Ottis Gibson for his good bowling form at the World Cup.
Monday marked the 20-year anniversary of South Africa's heartbreaking run out in the 1999 Cricket World Cup semi-final.
Proteas all-rounder Chris Morris believes that New Zealand are one of the favourites to win the 2019 Cricket World Cup.
Former Proteas great Jacques Kallis has spoken of the importance of the Proteas' first win of this year's Cricket World Cup against Afghanistan in Cardiff.
An emotional former Australian skipper Steve Smith breaks down in tears as he apologises for his role in the ball-tampering scandal that rocked the third Test at Newlands.
#SandpaperGate has claimed its first victims. Watch.
Proteas fast bowler Kagiso Rabada doesn't plan to change the way he expresses himself, after copping a two-Test ban for abrasive celebrations on the field. Watch.
South Africa have levelled the series against Australia 1-1, after a commanding performance at St. George's Park, winning by 6 wickets on Day 4. Man of the Match Kagiso Rabada however could miss the third and fourth Tests. Watch.
Kagiso Rabada's availability for the remainder of the series against Australia is still hanging in the balance, after a number of celebratory indiscretions towards opponents could see him banned for two Tests. AB de Villiers weighs in. Watch.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis believes that Aiden Markram is a "special" player and he is expecting big things from him in the coming weeks.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis is hopeful that Lungi Ngidi will return to full fitness before Wednesday's clash against New Zealand.
The Proteas have secured their first win of the Cricket World Cup by beating Afghanistan in Cardiff.
South African fans are streaming through the gates for Saturday's World Cup clash against Afghanistan in Cardiff.
Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis says there are no 'minnows' left in ODI cricket ahead of Saturday's clash against Afghanistan.
The ground staff at Sophia Gardens have been hard at work trying to prepare for saturday's World Cup clash between South Africa and Afghanistan.
The players staving off becoming too inwardly focused will be important in SA turning around their World Cup campaign, an expert has advised
The performances of Andile Phehlukwayo and Chris Morris were massive plusses for South Africa in their win over Afghanistan.
Hashim Amla may not have been at his most fluent against Afghanistan, but the Proteas are hoping that this knock will kick-start his Cricket World Cup.
South Africa have given themselves a superb chance for victory in their World Cup clash against Afghanistan in Cardiff.
Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis has used the time off the field to check in with his players individually.
The Proteas are likely to be without Lungi Ngidi when they go into their World Cup clash against Afghanistan on Saturday.
The example set by Virat Kohli has been key to India reeling in South Africa as an athletic unit on the ODI field, fitness expert Paddy Upton tells Rob Houwing.
The SABC will not broadcast any live television matches for the remainder of the Cricket World Cup.
Only if they knock over adhesive NZ (lose and count them goners) should we believe SA are back on a proper roll at the World Cup, says a wary Rob Houwing
Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis has praised his side following their victory over Afghanistan in Cardiff.
Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis has won the toss and elected to bowl in their must-win Cricket World Cup clash against Afghanistan at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff.
As South Africans prepare to celebrate Father’s Day on Sunday, Proteas bowler Lungi Ngidi has shared his story about losing his dad.
Proteas batsman Rassie van der Dussen says that South African domestic cricket adequately prepares players for international cricket.
The Proteas are fully aware that they must win all of their remaining pool matches to qualify for the World Cup semi-finals.
The Proteas have had some time off at the Cricket World Cup but must now get back to work and prepare for Afghanistan on Saturday.
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