South Africa vs England: Kagiso Rabada says Proteas are learning fast from coach Mark Boucher, batting consultant Jacques Kallis
Kagiso Rabada says the new-look South African squad are learning fast from head coach Mark Boucher and batting consultant Jacques Kallis ahead of the first Test against England in Centurion that starts on the Boxing Day.
Cricket South Africa appoints former cricketer Jacques Kallis as batting consultant for summer tours
Kallis is the latest high-profile name to be inducted in South Africa's coaching set-up after Mark Boucher's appointment as head coach in CSA's rebuilding programme for the national team.
New South Africa coach Mark Boucher open to AB de Villiers' international return; warns England of tough contest in Test series
South Africa have lost their last five Tests, two shock home defeats to Sri Lanka and three thrashings in India.
Boucher, who has been given a contract until 2023, was unveiled by new CSA director of cricket Graeme Smith, with Enoch Nkwe to act as assistant coach and former Test opener Ashwell Prince to lead the South African A side.
Former wicketkeeper Mark Boucher set to become interim coach of South Africa cricket team, say reports
Current interim team director Enoch Nkwe is expected to stay on and work with incoming coach Mark Boucher
Mark Boucher should take over as South Africa coach, suggests Michael Vaughan after India clean sweep
India completed a 3-0 series whitewash of South Africa with a comprehensive innings and 202 runs win in the final Test in Ranchi on Tuesday.
Cricket World Cup history, Part 3: From 2003 to 2015, Australia's sheer dominance and India's first triumph at home
In this last part of the World Cup history, Firstpost looks at the last four editions of the tournament, from 2003 to 2015, a period dominated by Australians with a solitary win for India in 2011
Inzamam-ul-Haq and Mark Boucher on Friday were inducted as the Honorary Life Members of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC).
WATCH: India's Rishabh Pant takes over commentary from behind the stumps, sledges Australia's Pat Cummins
Check out Rishabh Pant's hilarious commentary for R Ashwin's over as he engages with Australia's Pat Cummins at the start of his innings on Day 5 of the Adelaide Test.
Dhoni, the 37-year-old former India skipper joined an elite list which features some of India's greatest batsmen in Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid.
Dhoni reached the landmark in the third ODI between India and South Africa at Newlands, Cape Town, when he stumped Proteas' stand-in skipper Aiden Markram off Kuldeep Yadav's bowling.
Markram is one of those typical all-format modern-day batsmen, who likes to maintain a high strike-rate while being at the crease. And during this innings, he backed his strengths and went after the Indian bowlers.
A key characteristic of Dhoni the glovesman is his shrewd awareness behind the stumps.
MS Dhoni became the fourth wicketkeeper in the world to reach 350 dismissals in ODIs, while widening the gap further with his India predecessors.
The former South African wicketkeeper joined the side for IPL 2016 on Wednesday, and he was seen accompanying the team playing golf on the sidelines of a charity event.
The miracle chase by South Africa against Australia in Johannesburg instilled the belief that any sort of target can be chased down.
Dhoni joins a legendary club which features the celebrated trio of Australia's Adam Gilchrist (472), Sri Lankan veteran Kumar Sangakkara (443) and South Africa's Mark Boucher (425).