Daren Sammy extends support to Makhaya Ntini after former South Africa cricketer reveals the alienation he was subjected to during his career.
Ntini spoke about his experience in the wake of the 'Black Lives Matter' movement which gathered momentum following the death of African-American George Floyd.
The 27-year-old also bagged the Test cricketer of the year while young opener Laura Wolvaardt took home the women's cricketer of the year and ODI cricketer of the year awards.
ICC U-19 World Cup 2020: Makhaya Ntini warns teams to be wary of India's Yashasvi Jaiswal, Akash Tyagi, Ravi Bishnoi
South Africa pace great Makhaya Ntini is absolutely floored by the mindset of the India U-19 team which he feels is on par with their illustrious senior counterparts.
Former South Africa pacer Makhaya Ntini feels seeds of Virat Kohli's stardom were sown at ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup in 2008
Former South Africa pacer Makhaya Ntini feels the seeds of Virat Kohli's stardom were sown at the U-19 World Cup back in 2008 when he captained the Indian team to the title.
Former South Africa great Jacques Kallis calls inclusion of women's cricket in Commonwealth Games 2022 as 'fantastic news'
'It's fantastic news that women's T20 cricket could be returning to the Commonwealth Games, it's been far too long,' Kallis wrote in his column for the ICC.
South Africa vs Pakistan: Proteas flaunt their fast bowling prowess to turn the scales against Sarfraz Ahmed and Co
Duanne Olivier, who is mentored by Allan Donald, was on fire claiming 11 wickets to rock the brittle Pakistan batting line-up.
From Mount Everest base camp to Falkland Islands, tracing the footprints of cricket in uncharted territories
Here is a peep into the past to those landmark moments when cricket was played outside the so-called traditional cricketing world.
South African pacer Lungi Ngidi today said that trapping Virat Kohli, one of the world's best batsmen, lbw in India's second innings of the second Test was a special moment.
ICC U-19 World Cup 2018: From Australia's Jason Sangha to India's Prithvi Shaw, starlets who could shine at the event
ICC U-19 Cricket World Cups have always provided a huge platform for teenaged cricketers from varied backgrounds to display their talent and the 2018 edition that gets underway in New Zealand on 13 January is expected to be no different.
Austin Waugh and Thando Ntini are among those looking to display their potential in the upcoming ICC U-19 World Cup, a tournament that showcases future stars every two years.
The carnage we have witnessed this time around makes it easy to forget that the last time India toured Zimbabwe, the series was a lot closer.
With the series already clinched, India might as well just stage a walk-over in the remaining fixture if they are to let their struggling opponents win.
Zimbabwe interim coach Makhaya Ntini threatened to hang himself from a tomato tree after his team's crushing loss to a second-string Indian team.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) is not helping their neighbour Zimbabwe, according to former Proteas paceman Makhaya Ntini
Zimbabwe on Tuesday sacked coach Dav Whatmore and captain Hamilton Masakadza and named former South Africa pacer Makhaya Ntini and Graeme Cremer as interim coach and captain of the side ahead of their limited-overs series against India, starting 11 June.