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Proteas bowling coach Allan Donald believes India are a tougher team mentally than they were in the past when visiting South Africa. India arrived in Johannesburg on Monday for a three-match one-day series, which will be followed by two Tests. The
One of the surprises a rookie Indian umpire got when he went to South Africa a year ago as part of an umpires' exchange programme was the way its players handled aggression. Anil Chaudhary, recently appointed to the ICC panel, recalls, I was
17 Johannesburg: South African cricket captain Graeme Smith has expressed his distaste for a mere two-Test series for his Proteas team against India. According to Sport24, there has been some delicate tip-toeing in recent weeks to ensure that the
At a public meeting in Lenasia, the sprawling Indian township south of Johannesburg, hosted by the Tamil Federation of Gauteng (TFG), Hindu, Muslim and Christian religious and community leaders jointly agreed to take several steps to show their
South Africa (AP) South Africa has recalled Jacques Kallis to its one-day squad for a series against Pakistan and India, putting the veteran allrounder in line to play his first ODI in nearly two years. Kallis replaces Twenty20 captain Faf du Plessis
Pakistan national team is likely to have a new head coach in place of incumbent Dav Whatmore before its full series against Sri Lanka in the UAE starting next month. The Chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board`s interim management committee, Najam Sethi
October 29, 2013 16:52 IST A cartoon of Lord Ganesha depicting the tussle between the Board of Control for Cricket in India and Cricket South Africa has outraged South Africa's Hindu community, which termed it a denigration of their faith.
Rob Houwing, Sport24 chief writer Cape Town Haroon Lorgat has been chief executive of Cricket South Africa only since late July ... but already a slightly bizarre period of long leave appears on the cards for him. It will be a morally unsatisfactory
All South African first class teams must include at least one black African player from Oct. 16, Cricket South Africa (CSA) announced on Sunday. CSA chief executive Haroon Lorgat said the initiative was part of a drive to make cricket more
Rob Houwing, Sport24 chief writer Cape Town Maturity seems a lamentably missing ingredient in the ongoing impasse between the respective cricket bosses of India and South Africa over the endangered series on our shores this summer.