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Second Test

South Africa v Zimbabwe

Apr 4, 2006: South Africa v Zimbabwe, 2004-05

Neil Manthorp

First Test

South Africa v Zimbabwe

Apr 4, 2006: South Africa v Zimbabwe, 2004-05

Neil Manthorp

Third One-Day International

South Africa v Zimbabwe

Apr 4, 2006: South Africa v Zimbabwe, 2004-05

Neil Manthorp

Second One-Day International

South Africa v Zimbabwe

Apr 4, 2006: South Africa v Zimbabwe, 2004-05

Neil Manthorp

First One-Day International

South Africa v Zimbabwe

Apr 4, 2006: South Africa v Zimbabwe, 2004-05

Neil Manthorp

Series Review

South Africa v Zimbabwe, 2004-05

Apr 4, 2006: South Africa v Zimbabwe, 2004-05

Neil Manthorp

S Africa v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Centurion

Taibu optimistic despite rout

Mar 13, 2005: Despite losing the second Test against South Africa by an innings and 62 runs, Tatenda Taibu, the Zimbabwe captain, said that he was encouraged by his team's performance

ESPNcricinfo staff

South Africa v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Centurion, 3rd day

Development is the only solution

Mar 13, 2005: The executive board of the International Cricket Council is preparing to meet in Delhi in the next few days, and one of the key items on their agenda will be the Test status of Bangladesh and Zimbabwe, two Test nations whose performances continue to

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

S Africa v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Centurion, 3rd day

Six for Zondeki as Zimbabwe are routed

Mar 13, 2005: Monde Zondeki led South Africa to a convincing victory inside three-days at Centurion, and a 2-0 series win, as they finally came to life in this Test

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

S Africa v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Centurion, 2nd day

Prince century checks Zimbabwe's progress

Mar 12, 2005: Though South Africa are closing in on Zimbabwe's first innings they continue to be involved in an unexpectedly tight battle on the second day at Centurion, closing on 380 for 6, a lead of 111

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

South Africa v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Centurion, 1st day

Putting them out of their misery

Mar 11, 2005: After the brutality with which South Africa routed Zimbabwe in last week's first Test, Graeme Smith admitted in the build-up to this match that it might be hard to recreate the same sort of intensity that was generated at Cape Town

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

Zimbabwe in South Africa 2004-05

Injuries mounting up for South Africa

Mar 11, 2005: Before the series against Zimbabwe started, Graeme Smith said how his team would be using the two Tests to pick up some momentum ahead of their tour to West Indies, starting at the end of March

Andrew McGlashan

Communications officer takes over the role

South Africa's media manager resigns

Mar 11, 2005: Gerald de Kock, Cricket South Africa's media manager for the past two-and-a-half years, has resigned in order to return to broadcasting

ESPNcricinfo staff

South Africa v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Centurion, 1st day

South African apathy keeps Test alive

Mar 11, 2005: The opening day at Centurion Park may not have rivalled Cape Town for record breaking but it was only when South Africa were reduced to two fit bowlers that Zimbabwe looked like competing

The Bulletin by Andrew McGlashan

March 11-15

South Africa v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Centurion

Mar 10, 2005: Preview - Taibu hopes for better showing

South Africa v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Centurion

Taibu hopes for a better showing

Mar 10, 2005: When the itinerary was drawn up for Zimbabwe's two-Test tour of South Africa, there had originally been just a two-day gap scheduled between last week's Cape Town Test and the Centurion match, which gets underway tomorrow morning

Andrew Miller

South Africa v Zimbabwe, 2nd Test, Centurion

Pollock and Ntini rested for second Test

Mar 8, 2005: South Africa will be without their established new-ball pairing of Shaun Pollock and Makhaya Ntini when the second Test against Zimbabwe gets underway at Centurion on Friday

ESPNcricinfo staff

South Africa v Zimbabwe, 1st Test, Cape Town

Pressure grows on Zimbabwe

Mar 7, 2005: Phil Simmons dismissed suggestions that Zimbabwe's Test status should be reviewed, but the pressure is growing for the ICC to step in

ESPNcricinfo staff

S Africa v Zimbabwe, 1st Test, Cape Town, 2nd day

Zimbabwe slide to an embarrassing two-day defeat

Mar 5, 2005: Zimbabwe batted better than they had on that terrible first day, but they still proved unequal to the task and succumbed to an embarrassing defeat inside two days at Newlands

The Bulletin by Steven Lynch

South Africa v Zimbabwe, 1st Test, Cape Town, 1st day

A day to remember (unless you're Zimbabwean)

Mar 4, 2005: Records tumbled on arguably the most one-sided first day of a Test in 128 years of international cricket

Steven Lynch
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Tour Results
South Africa v Zimbabwe at Centurion - Mar 11-13, 2005
South Africa won by an innings and 62 runs
South Africa v Zimbabwe at Cape Town - Mar 4-5, 2005
South Africa won by an innings and 21 runs
South Africa v Zimbabwe at Port Elizabeth - Mar 2, 2005
South Africa won by 5 wickets (with 21 balls remaining)
South Africa v Zimbabwe at Durban - Feb 27, 2005
South Africa won by 131 runs
South Africa v Zimbabwe at Johannesburg - Feb 25, 2005
South Africa won by 165 runs
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