20.8.2020 11:24 am
While the national federation has not named the players who have been placed in isolation, both are apparently asymptomatic.
Two cricketers have been forced to withdraw from Cricket South Africa's (CSA) culture camp in Skukuza after testing positive for Covid-19.
The 2020 edition of the T20 World Cup — postponed by the coronavirus — will be staged by Australia in 2022, the International Cricket Council announced on Friday.
Former Proteas wicketkeeper Thami Tsolekile, who was found guilty, has claimed that certain white players avoided investigation when a number of cricketers were banned for their involvement in corruption in 2015.
England collapsed to 12-3 in the first Test against Pakistan at Old Trafford on Thursday, with star batsman Ben Stokes out for a duck.
Mohammed Moosajee believes a “healing” process is required for South African cricket to continue moving forward.
Former Proteas star JP Duminy claims to have experienced the marginalisation of black players during his career, including teammates being referred to by racial slurs.
Retired Proteas player Robin Peterson has recalled some of the issues he faced when he first played top-flight cricket.
Graeme Smith says the domestic governing body for cricket is struggling to move forward due to a lack of trust and a sense of chaos.
Back on the training field after being sidelined for 143 days by the coronavirus pandemic, the SA women’s cricket team are gearing up for a potential return to competition later this year.
South African cricket was plunged into more uncertainty on Wednesday with the news that Cricket South Africa acting chief executive Jacques Faul would stand down on September 15.
‘We would like to thank CSA for hearing our cry, reaching out and have an initial engagement,’ the players and coaches said in a joint statement.
The International Cricket Council has unveiled a new system for deciding which teams will go to the 2023 World Cup, instituting the ODI Super League, but South Africa have drawn the short straw because they will have to play six of their top-eight colleagues in their bid to qualify.
While he says he experienced no racism during his time in the Proteas team, South African bowling great Vernon Philander’s support for the Black Lives Matter movement is based on what he classifies as “inequality” in the cricket system.
Following a fractious week for the game, the launch of 3TCricket provided some balm, and former national captain AB de Villiers was relieved to see the unity displayed at the weekend as an air of reconciliation settled over SuperSport Park.
Competitive sport made a return on Saturday, with the Eagles winning the Solidarity Cup clash, after the country’s top players showed unity in support of Black Lives Matter following a fractious period for South African cricket.