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To put it bluntly, South Africa have not had a great time in international cricket recently. They lost the Tests in India rather embarrassingly, and were even undone at home by England in the same format. While those are rather disappointing results

There was a time in England cricket where Tests were all that mattered for the nation that invented the game. In spite of making three World Cup finals, two of them back-to-back, they never woke up to the potential of one-day cricket.

The third day of the Cape Town Test at Newlands began with South Africa having only one goal in hand – to bat as long as possible, and lose as few wickets possible

The Test series may be lost, but South Africa still have pride to play for as they head into the fourth and final Test at Delhi. South Africa came into the Tests having not lost an away series in nearly a decade

South Africa defeated India 3-2 in the recently concluded one-day series. Here’s a look at some of the best performers from the series, not surprisingly, most of them being from South Africa

The decider at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai between India and South Africa on Sunday was expected to be a close contest looking at how the previous matches had unveiled.

Going into the decider at Wankhede, no team in the series had won games chasing. And so, when AB de Villiers won the toss, and decided to bat, it wasn’t a great omen for MS Dhoni

IND vs SA 2015 1st T20 Live scores, Preview: In the handful of T20s that India and South Africa have featured in so far against each other, MS Dhoni's men have been dominant. Although it will be too early to term the hosts favourite on such a small sample size

Mayank Agarwal, who has been in scintillating form for India A this season, continued his splendid run, as India A thrashed South Africa by eight wickets in the practice T20 in Delhi. Chasing a tough 190 for victory