Remembering James Logan
Remembering James Logan

On the parallels between cricket in pre-Boer War times and now

Battered South Africa take on equal opponent
Battered South Africa take on equal opponent

It's similar to 2004-05, when, having lost in India, South Africa played an evenly matched England team at home

Can South Africa trust in Tabraiz Shamsi?
Can South Africa trust in Tabraiz Shamsi?

If they are serious about improving their T20 record, they could do worse than give Titans' promising chinaman bowler a look-in

The ex-wild man of the East Rand
The ex-wild man of the East Rand

Andre Nel was always getting into trouble, but he had talent and his heart was in the right place - as he's proving now, dishing out guidance and tough love to upcoming cricketers

What Rabada's success says about South African cricket
What Rabada's success says about South African cricket

The system might be creating opportunities in enough places, but things aren't all hunky-dory

Playing with Barry
Playing with Barry

Andrew Murtagh's book about his legendary Hampshire team-mate is packed full of anecdotes, detail and research

The makeshift opener who batted and batted
The makeshift opener who batted and batted

Thrust into the job in Kanpur in 2004, Andrew Hall gave an underachieving South Africa side belief that they could wear India down at home

Remembering Duif the Dutchman
Remembering Duif the Dutchman

The South African sports photographer captured some of the country's big cricket moments

Would it have been different with Khaya Majola around?
Would it have been different with Khaya Majola around?

Cricket in South Africa is perilously close to being irrelevant for the country's largest demographic group

The last of Clive Rice
The last of Clive Rice

His funeral in Johannesburg showed, among other things, that his death has struck a surprisingly raw nerve in South Africa

The epitome of a South African age
The epitome of a South African age

In the 1970s and 1980s, heroes didn't come any more impressive in Transvaal, but in the end, Clive Rice was destined to be part of a forgotten generation

Ricey remembers
Ricey remembers

A South Africa and Nottinghamshire colossus, now beset by illness, looks back at his career

Through the past, darkly
Through the past, darkly

The struggle for a cricket museum in South Africa reveals a haphazard approach to the preservation of heritage

A lion in winter
A lion in winter

Graeme Pollock reflects on one of South Africa's greatest careers - his own