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Vernon Philander had James Neesham caught behind for 16 in the first ODI in Mount Maunganui
Vernon Philander had James Neesham caught behind for 16 in the first ODI in Mount Maunganui © AFP
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Specials

    'KP's problem was, he admired some people too much'

Couch Talk: Simon Wilde talks about his book on Pietersen and reflects on the batsman's controversial career

    'You can't survive 66 Tests on the basis of a quota'

Ashwell Prince talks about proving critics wrong, scoring hundreds against Australia, and that unending partnership in Colombo

South Africa's domestic spinners eye their chance

Firdose Moonda: Ahead of the first-class season, we look at the players the selectors will be watching closely

Zulu finds fulfilment in coaching

After limping out of international cricket, Lance Klusener slipped off the radar, but his coaching stint with Dolphins has given them a higher profile and self-belief

    Australia, India and South Africa are World Cup favourites

Ian Chappell: England's outdated approach to ODIs, and Alastair Cook's captaincy may force them out early

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Blogs

Johnson v McLaren: a tale of two blows

Russell Jackson: The South African allrounder had the misfortune of being in the line of fire twice this year

Let us now praise Dudley Nourse

Stuart Wark: The SA batsman's superior Test numbers may have slipped under the radar because of his team's poor record in the few years either side of the war

The other rebels

Russell Jackson: Not many remember the International Wanderers teams who visited apartheid South Africa to play cricket

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Dale Steyn expresses his surprise on seeing his team-mate AB de Villiers bowl for only the second time in ODIs, against Zimbabwe in Harare

Vernon Philander had James Neesham caught behind
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Kevin Pietersen and Graeme Smith share a chat
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Kevin Pietersen and Jacques Kallis during an invitational sixes tournament
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Faf du Plessis goes upside down to complete a catch
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Faf du Plessis targets the leg side
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Andile Phehlukwayo provided some late entertainment
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Country Fixtures Country Results
1st ODI: New Zealand v South Africa at Mount Maunganui - Oct 21
New Zealand 179/9 (39.5/50 ov)
4th ODI: SL Women v SA Women at Colombo (SSC)
Oct 21, 2014 (09:50 local | 04:20 GMT | 00:20 EDT | 23:20 CDT | 21:20 PDT)
Cape Cobras v Knights at Cape Town
Oct 22, 2014 (15:00 local | 13:00 GMT | 09:00 EDT | 08:00 CDT | 06:00 PDT)
1st T20I: SL Women v SA Women at Colombo (Colts)
Oct 23, 2014 (10:00 local | 04:30 GMT | 00:30 EDT | 23:30 CDT | 21:30 PDT)
Pool B: KZN-Inland v Free State at Pietermaritzburg
Oct 23-25, 2014 (09:00 local | 07:00 GMT | 03:00 EDT | 02:00 CDT | 00:00 PDT)
Pool B: Easterns v Boland at Benoni
Oct 23-25, 2014 (10:00 local | 08:00 GMT | 04:00 EDT | 03:00 CDT | 01:00 PDT)
Cross Pool: Namibia v North West at Windhoek
Oct 23-25, 2014 (10:00 local | 08:00 GMT | 04:00 EDT | 03:00 CDT | 01:00 PDT)
Pool A: S West D v W Province at Oudtshoorn
Oct 23-25, 2014 (10:00 local | 08:00 GMT | 04:00 EDT | 03:00 CDT | 01:00 PDT)
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