Jun 21, 2013: With the next World Cup less than two years away, it's important to look at what's causing their one-day cricket dysfunction
Dec 30, 2011: They're being badly impeded by the perplexing inability of their strong line-up to fire together
South Africa's early World Cup exit
Mar 27, 2011: The World Cup knockout-phase monkey stays infernally glued to South Africa's backs for another four years
Jan 8, 2009: Surely after his heroics on the last day in Sydney, Graeme Smith must own the hearts of all South Africa?
Dec 21, 2008: South Africa have never, yet, snared a series in Australia. But suddenly their corner looks very compellingly like the one to be in
Dec 9, 2008: South Africa may not really need Jacques Kallis' runs at the moment, but he is a long way from being dispensable just yet
Aug 12, 2008: Even his fiercest critics will now have to salute Graeme Smith
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