Nurturing Talent at the Tsitsikamma Constitutional Awareness Campaign

Talent that is not well developed, channeled and groomed may prove to be futile in the long run. As we’ve seen with most sporting...

South Africa’s Springboks prepare to defend their championship title against the All Blacks at...

There’s great joy in the air across all parts of South Africa and the diaspora for the country’s victory over England at the semi...

Play Your Part and rally behind the country’s cricket team Proteas

Johannesburg, Thursday 30 May 2019 -  Brand South Africa calls on all citizens to play their part and rally behind the country’s sports teams...

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...

South Africa’s Kagiso Rabada breaks awards record

Social media was buzzing this week with well wishes pouring in for the 2016 South African Cricketer of the Year, Kagiso Rabada. The 21-year-old...

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.

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.

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.

Video: ‘Thank you, South Africa’ – Proteas captain AB de Villiers

"To the people of South Africa, and everyone who supported us in this World Cup: thank you very much for your support." Watch Proteas captain AB de Villiers, on behalf of the entire team, thank the fans after the national squad bowed out of the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup.

Proteas are proud, but heartbroken

"We play to make a difference in our country back home," said an emotional Proteas captain AB de Villiers after his team lost in the final over to New Zealand in the ICC World Cup semifinal at Eden Park on Tuesday.