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Matt Somerford
12th July 2015
Bangladesh comfortably levelled their three-match one-day international series against South Africa with a seven-wicket win in Mirpur.
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10th July 2015
Kagiso Rabada took a hat-trick and recorded the best debut figures in one-day international history as South Africa claimed an eight-wicket win in the first match of the series against Bangladesh.
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7th July 2015
South Africa completed a 2-0 victory over Bangladesh in the Twenty20 international series courtesy of a 31-run win in Mirpur.
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5th July 2015
Skipper Francois du Plessis smashed an unbeaten 79 to help South Africa start their tour of Bangladesh with a 52-run victory in the first of two Twenty20 internationals.
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14th April 2015
Allan Donald has confirmed he is to step down as South Africa bowling coach.
Callum Dent
24th March 2015
Grant Elliott smashed a six from the penultimate ball of the match to deny the country of his birth and take co-hosts New Zealand into their first World Cup final thanks to a thrilling four-wicket Duckworth/Lewis victory over South Africa.
Callum Dent
12th March 2015
AB de Villiers struck a destructive 82-ball 99 and weighed in with two wickets as South Africa secured a place in the World Cup quarter-finals with a crushing 146-run victory over United Arab Emirates at the Wellington Regional Stadium.
Rob Barnett
7th March 2015
Pakistan shocked South Africa in a slightly rain-reduced game at Auckland’s Eden Park to continue their World Cup revival and boost their chances of reaching the quarter-finals.
Tom White
3rd March 2015
South Africa's batsmen turned on the style once again as Ireland were beaten by 201 runs in their World Cup Pool B clash.
Rob Barnett
27th February 2015
West Indies were again on the receiving end of AB de Villiers’ brilliant best as the sprightly batsman pummelled the fastest one-day international 150 in a crushing South Africa victory at the Sydney Cricket Ground.