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Victory is non-negotiable for Bafana against Zimbabwe – Broos

By Velile Mnyandu   Bafana Bafana head coach Hugo Broos says a win against neighbours Zimbabwe in their last game in the second round of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, at FNB stadium tonight (21:00) is non-negotiable.   Broos was speaking just before their match day minus one training session where they concluded their preparations for this game, as...
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Proteas in a good space ahead of Bangladesh clash- Pretorius

By Velile Mnyandu   Proteas all-rounder Dwaine Pretorius believes that the advantage of the South African men’s cricket national team is that they are in a good space and not reliant on individuals as they continue to chase for a semi-final spot in the T20 World Cup. Pretorius was speaking in the pre-match press conference of their Group 1 game...
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A tough week made us even stronger-Maharaj

By Bongani Dlamini Proteas bowler Keshav Maharaj described this week as one of the toughest weeks they have ever had to face as a team in light of the ‘take the knee’ saga involving Quinton de Kock. de Kock has since issued a statement to apologise to his teammates and South African fans.   Maharaj was speaking ahead of the Proteas’...
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de Kock breaks the silence over his decision to withdraw

By Bongani Dlamini South African wicket keeper Quinton de Kock has broken the silence over his decision to withdraw from the match in Tuesday’s win against West Indies at the T20 World Cup.  The South African star has come under fire after he refused to take a knee in the fight against racism after a directive was issued by Cricket...
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Bavuma taken aback by de Kock’s decision in win against West Indies

By: Bongani Dlamini  South Africa secured their first win at the T20 World Cup with a convincing 8 wickets victory against West Indies at the Dubai International Stadium on Tuesday.  On a day when the Proteas were clinical with the bat, the win was overshadowed by Quinton de Kock’s absence who took a personal decision to withdraw from the match...
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Big Vern asks for consistency from Pakistan bowlers

By Velile Mnyandu   Former Proteas all-rounder Vernon Philander has called on the Pakistan players to remain grounded ahead of another potential explosive clash against New Zealand in the T20 Cricket World Cup at the Sharjah cricket stadium in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates at 16:00 on Tuesday. Philander who is now the bowling coach of the Pakistani national cricket team,...
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We know what we need to do-Kagiso Rabada

By: Bongani Dlamini  South Africa’s fast bowler Kagiso Rabada believes that they will have to perform well in all departments when they take on West Indies on Tuesday at the Dubai International Stadium at 12:00.  The Proteas came short in their opening game of the tournament  against Australia, losing by 5 wickets and Rabada knows what needs to be done...
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Execution gone wrong lost us the game – Temba Bavuma

By: Bongani Dlamini    South African captain Temba Bavuma believes that stage fright was not the reason after they lost to Australia by 5 wickets in their opening T20 World Cup game played at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi on Saturday.   The Proteas had a couple of series successes heading to the tournament, but they could not replicate...
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SA influence in Namibia’s historic moment

By Velile Mnyandu   Namibia’s historic qualification to the T20 World Cup Super 12 on Friday after beating Ireland by eight wickets has added to a strong South African flavour in this tournament, which is taking place in the United Arab Emirates. Namibian head coach Pierre De Bruyn is one of the seven South African coaches who will be flying...
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We know what is expected of us – Temba Bavuma

By: Sinethemba Mbatha 23 October 2021- South African T20 Cricket captain Temba Bavuma understands the high demand of excellence from South Africans and what is expected from the team.  The Proteas begin their T20 World Cup journey against Australia on Saturday afternoon at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium (Kick-off, 12:00pm).  Bavuma led side won two of their warm up matches against...
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Finch hoping to put on a great show despite change of plans

By: Bongani Dlamini  Australia captain Aaron Finch admits that the T20 World Cup being pushed forward by a year due to Covid-19 has forced his side to come up with a new plan as they are set to name just four specialist bowlers ahead of their opening game against South Africa on Saturday at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium at 12:00.   ...
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van der Dussen feeling confident ahead of Australian test

By: Bongani Dlamini Proteas top order batsman Rassie van der Dussen stole the headlines when he scored a brilliant 101 runs from 51 deliveries as the South African national cricket men’s team beat Pakistan by six wickets in a T20 World Cup warm up match in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday. Van der Dussen hit 10 fours and 4 sixes on...
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Rabada looking forward to the challenge ahead

By: Bongani Dlamini    The South African cricket team has earned itself the ‘chokers’ tag and this comes after boasting some of the great players in the world, but still failing to win a major trophy since readmission.   Led by Temba Bavuma, the Proteas will be looking to put on an impressive display at the ongoing ICC T20 World Cup...
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Enough about the past as Miller looks forward to the T20 World Cup

By Velile Mnyandu   Proteas star batsman David Miller is talking about a new chapter and not focusing on the past disappointments in World Cups ahead of their opening game at the T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates on Saturday. Speaking to the South African media in a virtual press conference earlier today, Miller said they are looking...
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