Oct 14, 2002: Two South African venues have been granted new Test Match status by the ICC this summer and, when Bangladesh play the first Castle Lager/MTN Test match at Buffalo Park, East London, from the 18th of October, that ground becomes the seventh venue in
Oct 3, 2002: South Africa comfortably beat Bangladesh by 168 runs at Potchefstroom.
Oct 2, 2002: If the warm-up match against South Africa `A' at Soweto was anything to go by, then Bangladesh is going to have plenty of problems against the South African bowling attack
Sep 4, 2002: Australia and South Africa A opened their seven match series at Potchefstroom with an entertaining day/night match won by the visitors by 30 runs (D/L Method) after rain in the South African innings threatened to end the game prematurely
Mar 27, 2002: Australia's last wicket pair of Jimmy Maher and Nathan Hauritz snatched a remarkable tie in the third Standard Bank One-Day International in Potchefstroom on Wednesday after South Africa seemed set to take their first victory of the series
Mar 26, 2002: Shane Warne and Michael Bevan will both miss Australia's bid to take a 3-0 lead in the Standard Bank one-day series match against South Africa in Potchefstroom on Wednesday
Dec 30, 2001: With Graham Grace hitting an unbeaten maiden limited-overs century, North West scramble to a one-wicket win over Border in a Standard Bank Cup match in Potchefstroom on Sunday
Mar 17, 2001: Border look certain to go into next week's Supersport Series final against Western Province at Newlands on the back of another healthy victory after reducing North West to 78 for five on Saturday in pursuit of a stiff target of 310
Mar 3, 2001: There wouldn't have been too many people betting on an outright result between Western Province and North West at the North West Stadium in Potchefstroom on Saturday morning, given that the second innings of the match was still in progress, but some
Mar 2, 2001: An unbeaten century from Western Province's Lloyd Ferreira overhauled their disastrous start to the innings, leaving them only 59 runs behind North West at the close of play on Friday
Mar 1, 2001: North West were saved by a record unbeaten eighth-wicket partnership that carried them to a respectable total on the first day of their SuperSport Series Super Eight match against Western Province on Thursday
Jan 19, 2001: The Highveld Strikers ended the limited-overs portion of their season of discontent with another defeat, their seventh in 10 Standard Bank Cup outings, although they mounted a courageous attempt to reach a target that rain had seen revised to 220 off
Oct 28, 2000: North West bowled out the reigning Supersport Series Champions the Highveld Strikers for 224 on the first day of their four-day match in Potchefstroom on Friday
Oct 20, 2000: Torrential rain 38 overs into the South African innings drove the players from the field and brought a premature end to the first Standard Bank one-day international at the North West stadium in Potchefstroom on Friday
Also: the fastest Indian to 50 wickets, and Yasir Shah's unwanted "double-hundred"