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December 18, 2009 : All-time XI: South Africa's all-time side helps dismantle the rift that isolation opened up between eras. By Telford Vice
December 18, 2009 : Had there been no isolation, South Africa's all-time side would have looked quite different. Rob Houwing on the men who missed out
November 19, 2009 : Who's it going to be at the top of the order?
November 24, 2009 : Six contenders for South Africa's three middle-order spots - none of whom was in the habit of letting the side down
November 30, 2009 : Allrounders have been part of the South African landscape since cricket's beginnings. Here's six of the best
December 4, 2009 : South Africa's top keepers have all mostly been more than capable with the bat. A look at five of the leading contenders
December 8, 2009 : At times it feels like fast bowlers are all that South Africa's got. But with each as potent as the next, picking just two won't be easy
December 14, 2009 : A pop star, a freak show, and one who couldn't take time off work. Spin bowlers have been an eccentric and endangered species in South Africa
Dravid and Manjrekar discuss Brian Lara's adaptability
Bowl at Boycs: Geoff Boycott on why keepers don't make good captains
Mark Nicholas: Australia's new captain has shown more responsibility in his batting without shedding his youthful bravado
Former India opener Madhav Apte talks about his short-lived Test career, and touring the West Indies
Ahmer Naqvi: Why there really is no point in the PCB trying to get international cricket back to Pakistan
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