Jul 19, 2012: Graeme Smith has been a figure easy to misunderstand. That should not hide the fact that he is among the toughest, most intelligent cricketers around - and a great batsman to boot
Makhaya Ntini retires
Nov 2, 2010: Makhaya Ntini had the strength to bear the burden of being a beacon of hope for millions
Oct 21, 2010: South Africa's current coach will be moving on after the World Cup. Who's it going to be to pilot them against Australia and Sri Lanka next year?
Champions League Twenty20 2010
Sep 9, 2010: There's plenty of money on offer in the Champions League T20, but it's still a long way from taking a place among the truly big sporting events
Aug 22, 2010: He's only the second frontline spinner to captain South Africa. Now with Graeme Smith stepping back, Johan Botha's future as leader looks bright
Aug 18, 2010: Smith is about as big as anyone in South African cricket should be allowed to get. Now that he's stepping down, the team will be forced to seriously look at a future without him
Jun 7, 2010: Andrew Hudson is likely be a conservative convenor of selectors. But will he be able to handle the madness and bad press that come with the job?
May 20, 2010: Another big-tournament disappointment for South Africa and the knives are out for the captain. Could it be the end of the road?
Apr 29, 2010: They have a star coach and a renowned sports psychologist helping them this time. But will the two be able to tackle the old familiar big-tournament hoodoo?
Apr 22, 2010: Their World Twenty20 squad includes IPL stars and benchwarmers. While football hogs the spotlight back home, will the cricket team finally bring home an ICC trophy?
Mar 5, 2010: First he needs to unclutter his mind and go back to playing his naturally aggressive game. And hopefully he'll have Kepler Wessels to help him on his way back
Feb 4, 2010: Ten years after an infamous first visit to Nagpur, South Africa are set to return there. This time they have their backs against the wall
Jan 27, 2010: It is plausible that CSA is under government pressure to follow rugby's lead by appointing a black coach. South Africa's blip in form would be a convenient excuse to do just that
Aug 15, 2009: The GCB and the South African board may have kissed and made up, but quite a few questions remain unanswered
Jun 2, 2009: Why aren't the critics talking about the Amlas and the Duminys? A look at the hypocrisy in South African attitudes towards transformation
Apr 14, 2009: From outcasts to the number one destination for global sports events, South Africa has come a long way
Mar 27, 2009: Andre Nel has called time on a career fuelled by an unstoppable, demented internal combustion
Mar 16, 2009: Australia now seem to have the wood on their favourite whipping boys for good
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