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Cricket South Africa have unveiled former England bowling coach Ottis Gibson as their new head coach.
South Africa batsman JP Duminy has announced his retirement from Test and first-class cricket with immediate effect.
Faf Du Plessis has been named South Africa's new one-day captain, meaning he will now lead the Proteas in all three formats.
The ECB have confirmed that bowling coach Ottis Gibson has agreed to join Cricket South Africa as their new head coach.
South Africa batsman AB de Villiers has resigned as his country’s ODI captain but will carry on playing in all formats of the game.
Where do England's James Anderson and Stuart Broad rank among cricket's deadliest bowling duos? We take a look.
In his first column, England's Tom Westley talks beating South Africa, day-night cricket, that Bairstow catch, and Rainbow Laces.
Shaun Pollock picks out South Africa's top performers and those who struggled in their Test series defeat to England...
South Africa captain Faf du Plessis cited England's "relentless" bowling attack as a key reason for his side's Test-series loss.
Bob Willis and Shane Warne joined David Gower for The Verdict after England's Test series triumph over South Africa.
David Lloyd reflects on England's Test series win over South Africa, praising 'world class' performances from Moeen Ali.
Old Trafford Test lit up by Moeen Ali's spin masterclass, James Anderson success at his own end and that Jonny Bairstow catch...
As England toast a first home win over South Africa since 1998, let's look at how a topsy-turvy Test series unfolded...
Moeen Ali completed a five-wicket haul as England wrapped up a 3-1 series win over South Africa on day four at Old Trafford.
Nasser Hussain conveys what it's like to face 90mph bowling with a camera mounted on his cap in our Kia Zone demo...
Keshav Maharaj is South Africa's best spinner in years and his best is yet to come, says Shaun Pollock.
South Africa crumbled to 202 all out on day four of the fourth Test at Old Trafford and a 3-1 series defeat to England.
Duanne Olivier's 3-38 kept England in check before Moeen Ali countered with a fiery fifty on day three of the fourth Test.
Jonny Bairstow fell one run short of a century as England earned a lead of 142 runs over South Africa on day two of the fourth Test.
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