11 Feb 2014
Johannesburg: South Africa's postal service has issued a commemorative stamp with a portrait of Nelson Mandela on the 24th anniversary of his release from prison during white minority rule.
11 Feb 2014
Centurion: Batsmen can expect a torrid time when South Africa and Australia square up at SuperSport Park on Wednesday in the first of three Test matches.
21 Feb 2014
Port Elizabeth: Dean Elgar played a solid anchor role in an improved South African batting performance before two late wickets swung the balance towards Australia on the first day of the second Test against Australia at St George's Park on Thursday.
13 Mar 2014
Dubai: The independent adjudicator appointed by the ICC has cleared Cricket South Africa CEO Haroon Lorgat of alleged involvement in the FTP manipulation charges levelled against the BCCI by his one-time legal adviser at the world body.
08 Feb 2014
Johannesburg: South Africa will go to the polls on May 7, President Jacob Zuma said, in what is expected to be the most hotly contested elections since the ruling African National Congress (ANC) came to power after the first democratic elections in 1994.
17 Feb 2014
CAPE TOWN: South Africa recalled hard-hitting all-rounder Albie Morkel on Monday in their squad for the World Twenty20 in Bangladesh starting next month.
15 Mar 2014
Dhaka: India might not have played any T20 International in the last five months but captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Friday said his side can bank on the Indian Premier League experience to do well in the Twenty20 World Cup beginning at Mirpur on Sunday.
15 Feb 2014
PRETORIA: Mitchell Johnson continued to scythe his way through the South African batting order as he took three more wickets on the third day of the first test to end with a figures of 7-68 as Australia bowled out the hosts for 206 in the opening session on Friday.
27 Feb 2014
Dubai: Fast bowler Kagiso Rabada wreaked havoc with a six-wicket haul as South Africa trounced Australia by 80 runs to storm into the final of the ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup.
14 Feb 2014
PRETORIA: Mitchell Johnson showed his fiery bowling had not cooled from the Ashes as he ripped through South Africa's top order to leave the hosts 140 for six at the close of the second day of the first test against Australia at SuperSport Park on Thursday.