Kites captain Quinton de Kock has pulled out of the inaugural 3TeamCricket (3TC) Solidarity Cup, which will mark the resumption of live cricket in the country on Saturday.
Irfan Pathan says fast bowlers need to 'forget about reverse swing' until COVID-19 restrictions ease up
The ICC banned the use of saliva to shine the ball due to the threat of COVID-19 infection.
AB de Villiers, Quinton de Kock and Kagiso Rabada will lead three teams of eight batting for a total of 12 overs, six per innings, during which time they will face both opponents.
According to a CSA statement, the three teams will compete for the inaugural Solidarity Cup. It will be the first live sporting event organised in the country since the coronavirus-forced lockdown in March.
Rabada was suspended for the series-deciding final Test against England earlier this year after collecting a fourth demerit point in a 24-month period for celebrating too close to visiting captain Joe Root after claiming his wicket in the third Test.
Fast bowler Kagiso Rabada says he is fully committed to playing for South Africa after a difficult 2019/20 season in which he felt “out of place” and incurred a one-Test ban for overzealous celebration against England.
During a live session on Instagram with RCB teammate AB de Villiers, Kohli said winning the tournament remains the goal but he would not leave the team irrespective of the results
South Africa pace spearhead Kagiso Rabada says India skipper Virat Kohli pushes him to give his best on the field and commands utmost respect with his sheer consistency across formats.
IPL 2020: Delhi Capitals' Chris Woakes pulls out of IPL to stay fresh for England Test team, says report
Delhi Capitals' Chris Woakes has pulled out of the upcoming IPL to stay fresh ahead of England's home Test summer, according to a media report.
South Africa after losing the T20 series 1-2, are now locked in a three-match ODI series with Australia
South Africa vs Australia: David Warner's 67 goes in vain as Proteas script successful comeback to level T20I series
South Africa posted a below-par 158 for four in their 20 overs as Australia strangled their bright start, but were able to defend the total as the wicket slowed up and the touring side found scoring increasingly difficult.
South Africa vs Australia: Faf du Plessis, Kagiso Rabada recalled in Proteas' 16-member squad for T20I series
South Africa have included Faf du Plessis, Kagiso Rabada, and Anrich Nortje to the 16-man squad that will take on Australia in the upcoming three-match T20I series.
South Africa vs England: Speedster Dale Steyn to return to Proteas squad for three-match T20I series
The experienced Dale Steyn has not played for South Africa since March 2019, but has fully recovered from a shoulder injury and recently featured for the Melbourne Stars in Australia’s Big Bash League.
South Africa vs England: Vernon Philander fined 15 percent match fee for giving abusive send-off to Jos Buttler in farewell match
Philander, playing in his final Test before joining Somerset in the County Championship, was sanctioned for the abusive send-off he gave Jos Buttler after he dismissed the England wicketkeeper on the second day of the fourth and final Test at The Wanderers on Saturday.
South Africa vs England: Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis confirms Temba Bavuma's return for Johannesburg Test
Rassie van der Dussen will move up to number three in the batting lineup with Temba Bavuma coming in at five for the fourth and final Test against England.
South Africa vs England: Quinton de Kock named Proteas captain for ODI series as incumbent Faf du Plessis dropped from squad
Quinton de Kock leads a 15-man squad with five uncapped players in seamers Lutho Sipamla and Sisanda Magala, spinning all-rounder Bjorn Fortuin, opening batsman Janneman Malan and wicketkeeper-batsman Kyle Verreynne
South Africa vs England: Kagiso Rabada surprised by ICC's one-match ban decision, apologises for letting team down
Rabada was handed a one-match ban by the International Cricket Council, ruling him out of the last match of the four-test series, which starts in Johannesburg on Friday.
South Africa vs England: Visitors register innings and 53 runs victory in third Test after toiling hard to dismiss Proteas' tail on Day 5
England needed four wickets to win in their 500th overseas Test, but had to overcome late resistance and feisty 71 from Keshav Maharaj and 39 from debutant Dane Paterson before completing the task 10 minutes before lunch.
Batsmen Temba Bavuma and Keegan Petersen, left-arm seam bowler Beuran Hendricks, and all-rounder Andile Phehlukwayo will join the team in Johannesburg on Wednesday, and are expected to stand a good chance of playing when the last test at The Wanderers begins on Friday.
South Africa vs England: Joe Root and Co on verge of big win after reducing hosts to 102/6 at stumps on Day 4
England managed to get 10 South African wickets on a rain-curtailed day on Sunday to move to the brink of a dominant victory in the third Test and an unbeatable series lead.