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South African women’s cricket team shining at World Cup

While the Proteas men's team are experiencing ups and downs on tour in England, the women's team are riding high with some stellar performances...

St George’s march on

St George's Brass Band keep time at the matches played at the historic St George's Park in South Africa's "biggest little city", Port Elizabeth....

Proteas go pink for World Cancer Day

Next week the South African cricket team walk out on to the Wanderers field to take on England, not in their traditional green and gold, but in pink as part of the team's and the sport's ongoing support of the PinkDrive to raise awareness of and funds for breast cancer research.
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Hashim Amla: a life in cricket

Hashim Amla's cricket career has been impressive. In both Test and one day international cricket matches over the past five years, the right-handed batter has excelled. In 2014, he was named as the Test captain, but he announced his resignation from the role on 6 January 2016.

South African cricket Test captain steps down

The Proteas' Test captain, Hashim Amla, has announced his resignation from the role. He believes he can offer more to the team as a focused batman and senior player. Vice-captain AB de Villiers will take over the captaincy for the remainder of the current series against England.
Temba Bavuma makes South African cricket history

Temba Bavuma makes South African cricket history

South African batsman Temba Bavuma's historic maiden century during the second Test against England in Cape Town was not only the first by a black South African, but more importantly, considering the poor form of the Proteas recently, has helped the team avoid a crushing loss.

Giving kids a sporting chance in life

PYP Rugby kids thumb Children need to be taught to lead an active life and the value of sport, but often this is neglected in the battle to survive. Sporting Chance is filling this gap, laying down patterns of exercise as a way of life in the young. It also offers mentorship to budding athletes.

Maasai cricket team want to knock rhino poaching for a six

Maasai cricket team want to knock rhino poaching for a six

A group of Maasai warriors, upholding centuries of Kenyan indigenous culture, have swapped their ceremonial spears and shields for cricket bats - but not the traditional dress - to travel around Africa and the world in an effort to highlight the challenges faced by the African people today.
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Remembering Clive Rice: South African cricket great 1949 – 2015

With his trademark moustache and humble but forthright nature, former South African cricket captain Clive Rice will be remembered not only as one of the game's greatest players, but also as a South African cultural icon.


Proteas spend Mandela Day with children

The Proteas are on tour in Bangladesh, where in the limited overs section they won the T20 series 2-0 but lost the One Day Internationals 2-1. They did win the hearts of the sick children at the International Children's Palliative Care Network in Chittagong, though.