INTL CAREER: 1963 - 1970
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Which Test captain was most often dismissed by his opposite number?
And which Test players were nicknamed "Big Dog" and "Little Dog"?
'You can't be taught to inspire people. You have to be born a captain'
Former South Africa captain Ali Bacher talks about his series in charge against arch-rivals Australia, and the art of leadership
02-Apr-2018•Interview by Crispin Andrews
Bradman, Headley, Sutcliffe, Pollock… Smith?
There is much of the all-time greats in the Australian captain
'Team understands how to take the country forward' - du Plessis
Faf du Plessis has said that transformation targets do not stop South Africa from fielding their best teams
England have been to hell but are looking at the stars now
Their metamorphosis after the low of the World Cup has been remarkable, to the point where they must be ranked as favourites for the Champions Trophy
The greatest Test performances: Nos. 21-30 feature a bunch of tall scores, Sehwag and Lara triples, a KP classic, and a Pollock milestone
Massive in Adelaide
Graeme Pollock took part in one of the great partnerships in 1964. Then, he went on to become one of the game's greats
The mighty Mr Pollock
Graeme Pollock has been among the top three finest players his country ever produced; and not far off that pace in the world rankings either
A lion in winter
Graeme Pollock reflects on one of South Africa's greatest careers - his own
South Africa's invincibles
The last time South Africa beat Australia at home was nearly 44 years ago. Four protagonists from the series remember those heady days
'Successful sportsmen are wired to think they can do the job'
Peter Pollock talks about playing on the back lawn with his brother, South Africa's isolation from international sport, and a sweet victory at Trent Bridge
05-Sep-2013•Interview by Sidharth Monga
The emperor reigns at Kingsmead
Batting with the prodigiously talented young Barry Richards at Kingsmead in 1970, Graeme Pollock stepped up his game; the Aussies barely survived to tell the tale
21-Mar-2013•Interviews by Nagraj Gollapudi
CSA's tributes focus on post-unity players
South Africa's management has explained the players will wear black armbands in memory of people who were an important part of cricket in the country "especially post-unity"
South Africa's superstars of '76
If you think the world's current No. 1 side takes some beating, take a look at their compatriots from 35 years ago
Respect to Biff
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
As great as the sum of their parts
George Dobell picks his top five teams in the history of Test cricket
One of South Africa's finest
Graeme Pollock played only 23 Tests, but finished with 2256 runs and an average bordering on 61, which is one of the best for any batsman
An artist in the super league of left-handers
If you're a South African born not later than the sixties, there'll only ever be one No. 4 for you
Smith launches Twitter tirade at Kepler Wessels
Graeme Smith has launched a scathing attack on former South Africa captain and selector Kepler Wessels on Twitter and hit-back at the criticism his side have received after being dumped out of the World Twenty20 in the Super Eights stage