South Africa

8:17 AM ET Liam Brickhill Chris Morris will not be part of South Africa’s T20I side in India in September, but he remains in Cricket South Africa’s plans for the future. “He still wants to play cricket for South Africa,” CSA’s acting Director of Cricket Corrie van Zyl said of Morris’ status after the 32-year-old
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11:04 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Hashim Amla has retired from all formats of international cricket and will continue to be available for domestic cricket as well as the Mzansi Super League. “Firstly, all Glory and thanks to the Almighty for granting me this Proteas journey which has been nothing but a joy and privilege,” Amla
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6:56 AM ET Liam Brickhill Gary Kirsten will coach the Durban Heat in the second edition of the Mzansi Super League in South Africa. Kirsten will be back in a coaching capacity in South Africa – a country he both played for and coached – with a wealth of experience in having handled international and
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9:49 AM ET Liam Brickhill This year’s Mzansi Super League will once again be screened on SABC, South Africa’s public broadcaster. There had been some speculation, especially ahead of the first edition of the MSL, that Cricket South Africa might look to SuperSport as broadcaster, but they have ultimately stuck with SABC once again, despite
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2:22 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Faf du Plessis and Dane van Niekerk, the South Africa men’s and women’s captains, were named the CSA Cricketers of the Year on Saturday. They were declared winners in the ‘Players’ Player of the Year’ category as well. Du Plessis also scooped the ODI-Cricketer-of-the-Year Award while fast-bowling allrounder Marizanne Kapp
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Aug 2, 2019 ESPNcricinfo staff South Africa spinner Keshav Maharaj will return for Yorkshire’s next two Championship matches, as well as a spell in the Vitality Blast, having enjoyed success during his initial three-match spell in July. Maharaj will be available to play against Nottinghamshire at Scarborough later this month, and for the trip to
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Jul 5, 2019 Faf du Plessis has hinted he would like to continue as South Africa captain until the T20 World Cup in Australia next year. While du Plessis continued to rule out the suggestion that he would retire from international cricket after the current World Cup he expressed a belief that his experience could
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