We talk to Unadkat, Mills and Colin Ingram about dealing with the expectations that come with a huge price tag
As top-level women's cricket resumes this week, what's the state of the game among the major nations after six months of Covid-19 hiatus?
- Cricket for some, not for all - where does the women's game stand?
- South Africa opens borders but international sport remains locked down
- CSA, SASCOC at impasse over forensic report disclosure disagreement
- AB de Villiers sees his younger self in Josh Philippe
Domestic cricket could resume behind closed doors but the MSL could be in serious doubt
SASCOC will take further action against the cricket board if the full report is not made available to them
"I watched him play for the Sydney Sixers. He takes the new ball on, he is a very talented player"
The Tweet appeared to remind Momentum of the money CSA has invested in it and raised questions about its transformation record
Government body also wants cricket board to make public the forensic report used to sack Thabang Moroe as CEO
The financial services company will continue to sponsor the women's national team until 2023
Among the new convener's most pressing early task will be to appoint a new men's Test captain
SASCOC has offered to meet with the ICC to provide assurance of its independence
With the CSA board asked to step aside, South African cricket has hit rock bottom. What went wrong?
Will be done without input from CSA's Members Council, after a meeting between the two did not go ahead
CSA, meanwhile, is seeking legal advice on whether SASCOC had the authority to intervene in the manner it did
CSA, as of Thursday evening, is no longer operational and is under investigation
CSA has also made fresh appointments for bowling lead, academy lead and U-19 coach
Back home in South Africa, Rhodes says the administrative chaos is affecting the side's on-field performances
Appointment of white ex-cricketer comes after CSA announced affirmative action policy for consultants
"The last year was tough, because I carried a lot of what was going through the team on my shoulders"
Says he has not personally experienced issues within the team, and distances team from CSA's administrative chaos
Lucy Cripps and Sophie Day have also signed with the Stars for this season's tournament
The grievance comes from the South African Institute for Race Relations, which seeks to remove quotas entirely
Thirty players, including captains de Kock and van Niekerk, are worried this may be the last chance to save SA cricket
While the directive is not set in stone, it will be used to test whether people of colour are provided with opportunities
Issues of race should not have a divisive effect on the SA team, says fast bowler
Most runs, most wickets, and a lot more