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    Els dreams of holding aloft SA flag as golf returns at 2016 Rio ...
    Johannesburg, Nov 25 : Former world number one Ernie Els is dreaming of holding aloft the South African flag at the opening of the 2016 Rio Olympics when golf returns to the elite tournament in Brazil.

    De Villiers believes Proteas will be among favourites at WC despite ...
    Johannesburg, Nov 25 : South Africa ODI captain AB de Villiers believes that his team would be favourites for the World Cup, despite suffering a 4-1 series loss to Australia on Sunday.

    Tryon helps South Africa beat India
    Bengaluru, Nov 24 : A battling half-century by Chloe Tryon (50, 80b, 7x4) carried South Africa to a thrilling two-wicket win over India in the first of the three women's One-Day Internationals at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium here Monday.

    Indian team leaves for blind cricket World Cup
    New Delhi, Nov 24 : Sports Minister Sarabananda Sonowal felicitated the Indian men's blind cricket team, which left from here Monday night to South Africa to participate in the One-Day International (ODI) World Cup from Nov 27 to Dec 9.

    Oz return to top of ICC's ODI rankings post outclassing Proteas 4-1 ...
    London, Nov 24 : Australia returned to the top of the International Cricket Council (ICC)'s ODI rankings post defeating South Africa by two wickets in Sydney to win the one-day series 4-1.

    Smith says 'motivated' Oz will look to reclaim No.1 ODI spot during ...
    Johannesburg, Nov 23 : Australia batsman Steve Smith has said that his side will not be short of motivation going into Sunday's fifth and final ODI against South Africa as they look to reclaim the number one spot from World Champions India on the International Cricket Council's ODI rankings.

    Australia the team to beat at World Cup: Vaughan
    London, Nov 23 : Former England captain Michael Vaughan Sunday said that having hit upon a rich vein of form against South Africa, Australia have emerged as the front-runners and will be the team to beat at the World Cup in their own backyard, starting Feb 14 next year.

    Australia displace India as top ODI team
    Dubai, Nov 23 : Four-time World Champion Australia Sunday returned to the top of the One-Day International (ODI) Team Rankings, displacing India, after defeating South Africa 4-1 in a five-match series, as per the latest International Cricket Council release.

    Indian eves hoping for a winning start against Proteas
    Bengaluru, Nov 23 : Riding high on confidence after notching an innings win in the one-off Test at Mysuru last week, the Mithali Raj-led Indian women's cricket team will seek to carry the momentum into the one-day series against South Africa commencing here Monday.

    South African traders see India as best overseas market
    New Delhi, Nov 23 : India's booming economy and rising disposable incomes are major draws for small traders from South Africa who are participating in this year's ongoing India International Trade Fair (IITF), hoping to bag lucrative orders from affluent Indians, many of whom "don't even bargain".

    Indian eves hoping for a winning start against Proteas
    Bengaluru, Nov 23 : Riding high on confidence after notching an innings win in the one-off Test at Mysuru last week, the Mithali Raj-led Indian women's cricket team will seek to carry the momentum into the one-day series against South Africa commencing here Monday.

    Fudadin to replace Bravo in Windies Test squad
    St. John's (Antigua), Nov 22 : Guyana left-hander Assad Fudadin will replace Darren Bravo in the 15-man Test squad for the tour of South Africa, the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) announced.

    S.African diplomat urges students to use sports to lead healthy lives
    New Delhi, Nov.21 : A senior diplomat of the High Commission of South Africa encouraged students of a school here to use the medium of sports and other forms of physical activity to lead healthy lives and ensure a good future for themselves.

    South African president calls for end to racism in sports
    Johannesburg, Nov 21 : South African President Jacob Zuma Friday called for global efforts to end racism in sports.

    Mithali to continue leading India against South Africa
    Mumbai, Nov 21 : Right-hander Mithali Raj will skipper the Indian women's cricket team against visiting South Africa in the three-match One-Day International (ODI) series and the lone Twenty20 International.

    AB willing to bat down order for team's win
    Johannesburg, November 21 : South African captain AB de Villiers has expressed that he is willing to bat down the order in order to ensure that his team wouldn't lose in case of a batting collapse.

    Nando's expands presence in India, opens another outlet
    New Delhi, Nov 21 : Nando's, a chain of casual dining restaurants based in South Africa, has opened its third franchise of Flame Grilled Peri-Peri Chicken restaurant in Connaught Place here Thursday night.

    Five killed in South Africa shootout
    Johannesburg, Nov 20 : Five people were killed Thursday in a shootout between drivers of for-hire mini buses in Johannesburg, a public transportation sector that has witnessed frequent clashes between rival associations of drivers.

    Clarke's hamstring injury not 'serious enough' to rule skipper out ...
    Sydney, November 20 : Cricket Australia physiotherapist Alex Kountouris has said that he hopes to see Captain Michael Clarke to play a part in the summer, despite hamstring injury ruling the skipper out of the ongoing ODI series against South Africa.

    Finch says Oz squad fighting for WC berths has helped team perform ...
    Wellington, Nov 20 : Australia's top order batsman Aaron Finch is of the opinion that fierce competition for World Cup berths is helping their side, as they look forward to completing a series win over South Africa in Melbourne on Friday.

    Finch's ton, Smith's 73 off 55 help Oz secure 73-run win over Proteas ...
    London, Nov 20 : Australian all-rounder Steve Smith knocked a brilliant 73 runs off 55 deliveries as Aaron Finch fired away a ton to help Australia record a 73-run win over South Africa in the third ODI at Manuka Oval.

    Australia move to 2nd place in ODI rankings
    Dubai, Nov 20 : Australia leadpfrogged South Africa to take the second place in the International Cricket Council (ICC) One-Day International (ODI) rankings, according the latest chart released Thursday.

    Nigeria out of Africa Cup
    Nairobi, Nov 20 : Defending champion Nigeria was held to a 2-2 draw by already qualified South Africa to miss out on the 2005 Africa Cup of Nations Wednesday.

    Steyn brands rift with Clarke 'a bit silly'
    Johannesburg, Nov 19 : South Africa pace express Dale Steyn has played down his rift with Australia captain Michael Clarke on Tuesday, saying that their supposed feud had been a bit silly.

    Darren Bravo cites personal reasons for withdrawing from Windies' ...
    London, Nov 19 : West Indies cricket team has announced that 14 of their 15 players selected for next month's tour of South Africa have signed their contracts but star batsman Darren Bravo has asked not to be considered for personal reasons.

    Legendary SA adventurer Mike Horn to help Proteas in WC preparations
    Johannesburg, Nov 19 : Legendary South African adventurer and motivational speaker Mike Horn, who has a phenomenal track record in inspiring sports teams to victory, would be used once again by close friend and consultant of the national team, Gary Kirsten, as part of the squad's Cricket World Cup ...

    Harmanpreet bowls India to big win
    Mysuru, Nov 19 : Seamer Harmanpreet Kaur picked up four wickets for match figures of nine for 85 as India defeated South Africa by an innings and 34 runs in the one-off Test match on the fourth and concluding day here Wednesday.

    Indian eves to play South Africa in ICC ODI series
    Dubai, Nov 19 : India will host South Africa in round two of the ICC Women's Championship in a three-match One-Day International (ODI) series starting Monday in Bengaluru.

    14 Windies players sign contracts but Darren Bravo opts out
    St John's (Antigua), Nov 19 : The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has confirmed that left-handed batsman Darren Bravo was the only player not to have signed the match/tour contracts ahead of the team's tour of South Africa, as 14 players out of the 15-member squad agreed to sign on the dotted line.

    Indian eves poised to win Test
    Mysuru, Nov 18 : The Indian women's team was on the threshold of victory against South Africa who, following on, were 83 for six, still 84 runs in arrears, at stumps on the third and penultimate day of the one-off Test, here Tuesday.

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