Khanyiso Tshwaku Sports reporter

Khanyiso Tshwaku is a Johannesburg-based senior sports reporter who services all the Arena Holdings digital platforms along with the Sunday Times. His favoured beats are cricket and rugby.

Quinny happy to captain Test side, for now

Cricket

It is a summer that will consist of two Tests starting on Boxing Day against Sri Lanka at SuperSport Park in Centurion. ...

Sri Lanka confirm they will tour South Africa for two Tests on Boxing Day and the New Year

Cricket

Holiday cricket will take place after all as Sri Lanka confirmed that they will tour South Africa for two Tests on ...

Bulls cement their position at top of Currie Cup

Rugby

The Bulls cemented their position at the top of the Currie Cup log with an uninspiring, but workmanlike 40-13 bonus win ...

England captain Eoin Morgan: ‘Dawid Malan has been outstanding’

Cricket

England are not only the limited overs trailblazer on the field‚ but seemingly off it with their coded signals

SA v England ODI gets the green light after Covid-19 all-clear

Cricket

There will be cricket after all at Boland Park in Paarl on Sunday after the Proteas returned negative Covid-19 tests.

Covid-19 strikes again - Proteas vs England ODI the latest casualty

Cricket

Covid-19 has struck again‚ scalping a big victim this time as the first one-day international between SA and England ...

Injured Rabada out of three-match ODI series against England

Cricket

The Proteas will have to navigate the three-match ODI series against England without the injured Kagiso Rabada.

CSA’s company secretary Welsh Gwaza to face disciplinary hearing

Cricket

Cricket South Africa’s company secretary Welsh Gwaza will be subjected to a disciplinary hearing on December 14 as the ...

Malan, Buttler batter shameful SA into submission on the way to series whitewash

Cricket

Rassie van der Dussen and Faf du Plessis did their best to stave off the ignominy of a whitewash at home, but Jos ...

Proteas desperate to avoid whitewash against England

Cricket

In the interim‚ they’ll have to hang on and rely on incremental improvements‚ some of which have to come on Tuesday ...

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