Firdose Moonda

Firdose Moonda is ESPNcricinfo's South Africa correspondent

Vernon Philander took 4 for 45

South Africa news

CSA confirms guideline on selection quota

Cricket South Africa has confirmed that the selection of the national team includes a guideline on transformation which requires the consideration of at least four players of colour in the starting XI

Hardus Viljoen celebrates a wicket

South Africa news

Lions hope to retain Viljoen

The Lions franchise are hopeful of holding on to fast bowler Hardus Viljoen, who has been in discussion with New Zealand side, Central Districts, and could consider moving to the country to continue his career

Jacques Rudolph flicks to leg

South Africa news

Rudolph quits South African cricket

Jacques Rudolph will no longer play professional cricket in South Africa after the left-handed batsman announced his decision to end his career in England

South African players get together after bowling Pakistan out for 222

South Africa news

CSA renews deal with SuperSport till 2021

The new deal will run until the end of April 2021 and includes the broadcaster's hosting rights for all home internationals matches played in this period.

Allan Donald converses with Morne Morkel during a training session

South Africa news

Donald steps down as South Africa bowling coach

Former South Africa fast bowler Allan Donald has stepped down from his role as bowling coach of the national side after four years in the job

Andrew Hudson, convener of South Africa's selection committee, talks to the media

South Africa news

South Africa in line for new selection chief

South Africa could be in line for a new convener of selectors next month, with Andrew Hudson likely to be replaced in the top job

Russell Domingo at the post-match press conference

World Cup 2015: South Africa

Domingo advises against radical changes

South Africa coach Russell Domingo has advised against too many changes after South Africa's exit from the World Cup and hopes the players will not take an emotional decision

A South African jersey with messages from well wishers attached to it

South Africa news

Legal threat over abrupt SA quota change

The South African Cricketers' Association (SACA) is "considering its legal options," against Cricket South Africa after the latter took a decision to increase the racial quotas at domestic level without consulting the players' union