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Give new players a chance - Petersen
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Give new players a chance - Petersen

JOHANNESBURG The Proteas management should give new players enough time to settle into the team and find their feet. That is the opinion of former South African opening batsman Alviro Petersen. Hashim Amla's men take on England on Boxing Day in ... ENCA, 1 month ago

Captain AB … it's official

REUTERS AB de Villiers appointment as permanent captain of South Africa will help with the stability of the Test side as it continues its transition. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui AB de Villiers appointment as permanent captain of South Africa will ...
 Daily News South Africa1 week ago

Medikamentenresistente Tuberkulose

14. Aung KJ, Van Deun A, Declercq E, Sarker MR, Das PK, Hossain MA, Rieder HL (2014) Successful ‚9-month Bangladesh regimen for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis among over 500 consecutive patients. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis 18:11801187 CrossRef ...
 DerInternist2 weeks ago
Moonstone.co.za

Where to now, Proteas?

Losing our number one spot in the world rankings came as no surprise. My colleague, Bobby Londt, recently shared HD Ackerman's comment that we were only in the top spot on paper for the past year. Our performances did not match our ranking. There ...
 Moonstone.co.za2 weeks ago
IOL

Proteas give Stiaan the chop

Chris Ricco/BackpagePix Stiaan Van Zyl, who has had a rough time of it as a makeshift opening batsman for South Africa, has been released from the squad back to his franchise, the Cape Cobras. Picture: Chris Ricco/BackpagePix Cape Town - Stiaan ...
 IOL2 weeks ago

Prince worried by some of AB's statements

Christiaan Kotze/Backpagepix Time to be a real leader: With the likes of Graeme Smith and Jacques Kallis gone, the Proteas need AB de Villiers more than ever. Zaahier Adams FORMER Proteas batsman and current national selector Ashwell Prince ...
 IOL2 weeks ago
Citizen.co.za

Proteas worry oldies

In the wake of South Africa losing their mantle as the world's No 1 Test side after a seven-wicket thumping against England at the Wanderers on the weekend, a number of former players have raised concerns. England hold an unassailable 2-0 series ...
 Citizen.co.za2 weeks ago South Africa call up Cook for fourth Test  MSN News US2 weeks ago Cook called up to Proteas squad  Daily News South Africa2 weeks ago Wholesome series victory against South Africa ?  The Freepress Journal2 months ago
Herald Live

Ground zero for Proteas

FLYING HIGH: England's Ben Stokes makes a spectacular attempt to take a catch off his bowling during the third test against South Africa at the Wanderers in Johannesburg on Saturday. Picture: GALLO IMAGES Defeat by England sees SA lose top spot ...
 Herald Live2 weeks ago
BDlive

SA cricket should be on suicide watch

WITH another match-fixing scandal darkening its doorway, the last thing SA cricket needed was a performance like the one their Test team delivered at the Wanderers on Saturday — when they lost the third match of the series against England by seven ...
 BDlive2 weeks ago

Im here to stay: AB

BackpagePix AB de Villiers has spoken in recent weeks about reducing his workload following an Afrikaans newspaper report claiming he was set to retire from Test cricket to free him up to play more lucrative T20 matches. Photo: BackpagePix Cape ...
 Cape Times3 weeks ago
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