Kevin Pietersen has again refused to rule out representing South Africa when he requalifies for the country of his birth in 2019.
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England secured a last-over, two-wicket victory over South Africa to book their place in Sunday's ICC Women's World Cup final.
How England beat South Africa by two wickets in a nail-biter at Bristol to reach the final of the Women's World Cup.
Vernon Philander broke England's spirit as South Africa stormed to a series-levelling 340-run victory on day four of the second Test.
Vernon Philander and Keshav Maharaj shared six wickets as England tumbled to a heavy defeat to South Africa in Nottingham.
Cracking captaincy, reckless reviews and England's top order troubles led to a convincing win for South Africa...
We hear from Bob Willis, Nasser Hussain, Joe Root and Trevor Bayliss following England's heavy second Test defeat.
Bumble wonders why South Africa omitted Chris Morris from the first Test after he helped slay England in the second.
South Africa remain on course to level the Test series after setting England 474 to win on another day of toil for the hosts.
England survived a nervy four-over spell to close day three on 1-0 after being set 474 to win the second Test by South Africa.
South Africa seized a precious 205-run lead over England as 15 wickets fell on day two of the second Test, at gloomy Trent Bridge.
James Anderson took 4-4 but Keshav Maharaj and Chris Morris starred to put South Africa on top on day two at Trent Bridge.
Shaun Pollock singles out Morne Morkel and Keshav Maharaj for praise after South Africa's "best day" so far on tour in England.
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Barney Ronay, Lizzie Ammon and Jo Harman join Paul Allott to analyse the start of Joe Root's tenure as Test captain.
South Africa rallied to reach 309-6 on day one of the second Test, at Trent Bridge, despite Stuart Broad's 3-47.
South Africa slipped to 214-5 to close day two of the first Test 244 runs behind England, at Lord's.
We look at the form of South Africa's key players ahead of the Test series against England which starts on Thursday.