It's evident authorities released the accused before he should've been and once released, lost track of him, writes Mandy Wiener.
Rob Houwing on why the eventual return to fitness of Aiden Markram won’t necessarily make him an immediate shoe-in for SA’s limited-overs plans.
JP Duminy and Justin Ontong have joined the Paarl Rocks' backroom team in the Mzansi Super Rugby League.
JP Duminy's return to the winelands region where he will don the colours of Paarl Rocks might just give the team the edge ahead of the MSL.
Proteas star duo Imran Tahir and JP Duminy will be competing in this month's Caribbean Premier League.
Proteas batsman JP Duminy has thanked the fans for helping him through the dark times after announcing his retirement from all forms of international cricket.
The Proteas will have a day of farewells when they play Australia in Manchester on Saturday, writes Lloyd Burnard.
External issues have not played a role in South Africa's poor showing at the World Cup, says JP Duminy.
The Proteas must stop the chopping and changing and show consistency in their top order for the rest of the World Cup, writes Lloyd Burnard.
JP Duminy reacts after Bangladesh consigned South Africa to their second successive defeat of the World Cup at The Oval and looks ahead to India.
Proteas batsman JP Duminy has retired from domestic cricket following the Cape Cobras semi-final loss in the CSA T20 Challenge.
Former Proteas all-rounder JP Duminy has called it a day from all forms of cricket.
Paarl Rocks batsman JP Duminy has been ruled out of the 2019 Mzansi Super League due to a hamstring injury suffered in the lead-up to the team’s opening match.
The second edition of South Africa's MSL gets underway on November 8 at a time when the country's cricketing authorities are desperate for a success story.
Indirectly, JP Duminy’s SA retirement only helps to solidify the ODI presence of Aiden Markram, despite his current struggles. Rob Houwing explains …
JP Duminy announced his retirement from all international cricket following Saturday's win over Australia in South Africa's final match of the 2019 Cricket World Cup.
The Proteas go into Friday's c;ash against Sri Lanka knowing that there is no reason to feel pressure, writes Lloyd Burnard.
Proteas batsman JP Duminy took time on Thursday to apologise to the nation following the Proteas' poor World Cup showing.
If JP Duminy enduringly flops at the World Cup, the selectors should not be surprised given his awful record in England, writes Rob Houwing.
The Proteas must take ownership of their poor performances at the World Cup, says batsman JP Duminy.
Faiek Davids believes one victory for the Cape Cobras should be enough to secure a home semi-final but hopes they can beat the Highveld Lions and Dolphins.
Western CapeOdwyer PersonnelR14 000.00 Per Month
Cape WinelandsO'Dwyer Personnel
R 2 150 000
R 8 300 000
Apartments / Flats
R 3 000 000
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