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De Villiers being groomed for Test captaincy: Kirsten


AB de Villiers is not only looking to skipper South Africa to success at one day international level in the Champions Trophy, he is also auditioning for the role as Test captain, says coach Gary Kirst

S. Africa pulls troops from C. Africa after deadly firefight


President Jacob Zuma announced today that South Africa will pull troops out of the Central African Republic, after 13 paratroopers died in a nine-hour firefight with rebels.

We got Kallis dismissal wrong, say Test officials


The playing control team in charge of the second Test between South Africa and Pakistan admitted that a mistake had been made when star home batsman Jacques Kallis was given out.

South African cycling champion tests positive

South African cycling champion David George has tested positive for erythropoietin, a banned substance, the South African Institute for Drug Free Sport said.

George, a former Olympian and Lance Armst

South African champ tests positive for banned drug

South African cycling champion and former Lance Armstrong teammate, David George has tested positive for a banned substance, the South African Institute for Drug Free Sport said on Tuesday.

George, a

CLT20: Agarkar, Sehwag keep Delhi in hunt for semis berth

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Ajit Agarkar`s all-round display backed by a composed half century from Virender Sehwag helped Delhi Daredevils beat Perth Scorchers by three wickets and move a step closer to a semi-final berth in th

Can Sixers tame the Lions tonight?


It will be a battle of elites when Sydney Sixers take on Highveld Lions in a Group B match of the Champions League Twenty20 at Newlands to maintain their supremacy at the points table.

Both teams ha

Disappointed for KKR but McCullum feels good for Auckland


Kolkata Knight Riders' loss toAuckland Aces in a Champions League Twenty20 match left New Zealand batsman Brendon McCullum with mixed emotions as on one hand, he felt gutted for his IPL champion team

Boucher's outlook positive after second eye operation


South Africa wicketkeeper Mark Boucher, forced to announce his international retirement after suffering an eye injury before the test series with England, underwent further surgery on Thursday.


MCC wants India to embrace DRS

The MCC World Cricket Committee is disappointed with India's continuous rejection of the Decision Review System but hoped technological flaws will be checked soon to leave BCCI with no choice but to e

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