Michael Holding tells the other captain, Virat Kohli, after twice being called "Bish" by Faf du Plessis at the toss
A previous CEO of the ICC once said to me: you cannot call yourself the CEO of the ICC until you have at some stage been burnt in effigy.
David Richardson talks about what sets a real top-level administrator apart
Quinton de Kock wasn't quite on message when asked about T20 at the launch of South Africa's Global League
AB de Villiers is frank about what he thinks about getting to a certain Test cricket milestone
I was singing along and playing a bit of air guitar on my bat as well. I thought I'd be on the highlights package.
AB de Villiers on his song "Maak Jou Drome Waar", which was played by the DJ during his innings in Hamilton
AB de Villiers on Faf du Plessis playing his 100th ODI in pink
South Africa captain Dane van Niekerk on how it feels to tie a match, like her team did with Australia in the fourth women's ODI, in Coffs Harbour
According to coach Russell Domingo, the ball-tampering charge laid on Faf du Plessis isn't the only problem South Africa are dealing with while at the Adelaide Oval
I chew bubblegum while I am fielding. Do you want me to brush my teeth after lunch every time I come out?
Hashim Amla rubbishes the ball-tampering charges laid against South African captain Faf du Plessis after television footage appeared to show him applying saliva and residue from a sweet to the ball
It's just my nature to try to irritate the opposition - I don't think I'm practised in it, I think it comes naturally.
Dean Elgar talks about his dour batting methods
Faf du Plessis, South Africa's stand-in captain, feels the love for fast bowler Kagiso Rabada, who took seven wickets in the Perth Test victory
Vernon Philander has a solution the next time Temba Bavuma, the tiny South African keeper, is left hanging for a high-five as he was by Kagiso Rabada in Perth
Peter Siddle dismisses AB de Villiers' claim that the sledging in the 2013-14 series against Australia was the worst of his career
Kane Williamson on the Centurion Test, in which he put South Africa in to bat and lost by 204 runs, and the series
AB is like a mind-reading bloodhound. He can smell the emotions of the opposition and he predicts what they are going to do and how they will behave.
Dale Steyn is just another of AB de Villiers' team-mates overawed by his talent
South Africa coach Russell Domingo explains why his team will take care not to underestimate West Indies in the tri-series in the Caribbean
AB de Villiers after his electric 129 off 52 balls for Royal Challengers Bangalore at the Chinnaswamy Stadium
After seeing the kind of pitches that were prepared, I was actually quite happy I wasn't playing. I think they saved my career!
South Africa's Quinton de Kock was happy to miss the Test series in India
Faf du Plessis on the prospect of playing in low-scoring Nagpur after two challenging high-scoring games in Mumbai
David Miller on conquering his fear of heights after skydiving in Dubai
David Warner on playing at the Wanderers, otherwise known as the Bullring
Imran Tahir on how far his celebration might extend if he takes a hat-trick
Hopefully our guys get picked up for a lot of money and the English guys don't, so we gain a bit of confidence from that.
Faf du Plessis hopes the IPL auction will turn South Africa's fortunes around in the ODI series against England
Jimmy Cook to his son, Stephen, on his Test debut at Centurion. Cook senior was dismissed for a first-ball duck on debut
He joked that he was going to face Andrew Birch and Simon Harmer in Port Elizabeth, and now he's facing one of the best attacks in the world on a pretty interesting wicket. His day was turned upside down from about 7am.
Dean Elgar describes team-mate Dane Vilas' hurried call-up to the South African Test side to replace the injured Quinton de Kock as keeper in Johannesburg
Dale Steyn isn't ready to pat himself on the back for taking three wickets on day one against England in Durban
As far as Hashim Amla is concerned: I feel sorry for England. Someone is going to catch it properly.
Former South African opener Neil McKenzie expects the team's current captain to get plenty of runs against England
Barry Richards compares old and new bats
AB de Villiers' mother, Millie, was surprised by the support her son received at the Chinnaswamy Stadium, his home ground during the IPL
Dale Steyn won't take any chances by revealing whether Dean Elgar, JP Duminy's injury replacement in South Africa's tour of India, will play in the Chennai ODI.
AB de Villiers on what gets Morne Morkel going
I must admit I thought that there would be nothing better than knocking the Yorkies off their perch next season
Ashwell Prince admits there was one motivation that nearly stopped him from retiring
Imran Tahir on his love for his South African kit
South Africa's rookie legspinner Eddie Leie will do anything to be a part of the T20 tournament
South Africa captain Hashim Amla, on what his team could have done to pass the time in rainy Bangladesh
I think I've taken some abuse about my hair. Funnily enough, it doesn't influence the bowling at all. So, I guess, shut up.
Dale Steyn on the attention on his headband and new hairstyle, shortly after picking up his 400th Test wicket
Clive Rice on leading South Africa out of the wilderness in 1991, as told to (and tweeted by) Jonathan Agnew
Jonty Rhodes has reason to get excited during a boundary-side interview as Mumbai Indians finally hold on to a catch
I would have called you a bunch of losers if you lost against Sri Lanka. You are championship material.
Fikile Mbalula, South Africa's sports minister, welcomes the team home
South Africa's Dale Steyn on AB de Villiers