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2015/03/26 04:57
2015/03/26 04:57
3d
Empty the lungs. Scream. Empty the heart. Sob. Empty the minibar. Hell, don’t stop there. Empty the main one too. Whatever the South African squad and their supporters did in the hours after their...
2015/03/26 04:57
2015/03/26 04:57
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2015/03/25 01:31
2015/03/25 01:31
4d
... Needing 9 runs to win Lance Klusener and Allan Donald were South Africa’s last hope. With 2 balls remaining and the score tied Klusener took off for the winning run as Donald stayed at the...
2015/03/24 12:17
2015/03/24 12:17
5d
If the Black Caps beat South Africa in today's cricket World Cup semi-final, the Proteas might not choke, they may just lose to a better team. But for some, it would only confirm the supposition that...
2015/03/23 06:03
2015/03/23 06:03
6d
Until Wednesday, this USP (unique shaming point) was the Proteas' failure to win a World Cup knockout match - ever. Admittedly, they missed the first four instalments because of isolation. Even now,...
2015/03/23 04:25
2015/03/23 04:25
6d
Twenty-three years on, the novelty of the 1992 World Cup still lives in the memory Retro means never having to go out of fashion A funny thing happened as I prepared for my trip to Australia for...
2015/03/23 04:25
2015/03/23 04:25
6d
March 23, 2015 A reunion, an anniversary, and '80s nostalgia Our correspondent is relieved at not having to report on England. That way he can admire the beauty of New Zealand, and catch with up...
2015/03/22 12:34
2015/03/22 12:34
7d
Getty ImagesProteas skipper AB de Villiers will again lead from the front when his team take on New Zealand at Eden Park. Auckland went to sleep last night with a smile on its face. It knows it will...
2015/03/22 12:34
2015/03/22 12:34
7d
Gallo ImagesMorne Morkel carries the nickname of Haydos on account of his wanting. or thinking he can, bat like the great Oz opener of yesteryear, Matthew Hayden. Auckland – Morné Morkel carries the...
2015/03/19 12:01
2015/03/19 12:01
10d
The South Africans drove all the ghosts of the past into oblivion The only thing that is worse than being talented and unsuccessful is being talented and unsuccessful every which way, again and...
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2015/03/18 15:25
2015/03/18 15:25
10d
South Africa v Sri Lanka, World Cup 2015, 1st Q-F, Sydney March 18, 2015 Relief all round as South Africa are freed from suffocation It was relief, rather than raucous, rampant celebration for South...
2015/03/18 01:24
2015/03/18 01:24
11d
Heart-breaker: Australia's captain Steve Waugh, centre, celebrates as South Africa's Allan Donald is run out after leaving his bat behind during a mix-up between himself and Lance Klusener with one...
2015/03/17 14:25
2015/03/17 14:25
11d
Why the Czech tennis player can be a lesson to AB de Villiers and his boys South Africa have proved that choking isn't necessarily an individual frailty. It spreads to the rest of the team Anyone...
2015/03/17 01:16
2015/03/17 01:16
12d
South Africa's Allan Donald, right, is run out against Australia in the semifinal of the 1999 World Cup. Photo / Getty Images South Africa have a history of choking at the World Cup. Just today...
2015/03/16 13:25
2015/03/16 13:25
12d
South Africa have special memories of the SCG as cricketers and as characters. They will need a bit of both on Wednesday to overcome Sri Lanka, and a healthy dose of enjoyment as well World Cup....
2015/03/12 07:03
2015/03/12 07:03
17d
But a team drawn from the ranks of the dugout denizens - call them the Tracksuit XI - would not disgrace themselves. In fact, a team consisting of some of those who once did and now teach could win...
2015/03/11 05:25
2015/03/11 05:25
18d
Former New Zealand fast bowler Dion Nash talks about his World Cup performances, the hopes of the current side, and the injuries that shortened his career Subash Jayaraman: Would you say the group of...
2015/03/11 02:25
2015/03/11 02:25
18d
Vijay Hazare: an Indian batting legend 1915 One of India's greatest batsmen is born. Because of the Second World War, Vijay Hazare didn't play his first Test until he was 31, at Lord's in 1946. After...
2015/03/10 15:19
2015/03/10 15:19
18d
JOHANNESBURG – Former Proteas quick and current bowling coach of the national team, Allan Donald, on Tuesday expressed his sympathy for England coach Peter Moores, saying he was let down by his senior...
2015/03/09 09:34
2015/03/09 09:34
20d
Getty ImagesVernon Philander will be given until the week of South Africas quarter-final to prove he is fit enough to continue being part of this World Cup. Photo by Phil Walter/Getty...
2015/03/08 03:25
2015/03/08 03:25
21d
Phil Edmonds made a promising start to his Test career but lasted only 51 games 1951 An England spinner is born - in Zambia. Phil Edmonds formed the ultimate chalk-and-cheese spin double act with...
2015/03/26 04:57
2015/03/26 04:57
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