Proteas fast bowler Lungi Ngidi insisted that the final ODI against Australia will not be a dead-rubber as South Africa eye a whitewash.
The Proteas have beaten Australia in the second ODI in Bloemfontein, winning the series in the process.
Former Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis will captain the World XI against an Asian XI in two T20 matches scheduled for Bangladesh in March.
The manner of their turnaround at short notice was a big feather in SA's cap as they outfoxed Australia in Port Elizabeth on Sunday, says Rob Houwing.
While his rehabilitation remains incomplete, Lungi Ngidi’s second successive instance of death-bowling composure for SA said so much about him, writes Rob Houwing.
The Proteas have been boosted by the news that Lungi Ngidi has been declared fit for the upcoming ODI series against England.
Tshwane Spartans bowler Lungi Ngidi has been ruled out of the Mzansi Super League final against Paarl Rocks after sustaining an injury.
The Titans will return to the Seychelles later this month as part of the franchise's pre-season preparations.
Lungi Ngidi's struggles for fitness are becoming a concern for the Proteas as they plot life beyond 2019, writes Lloyd Burnard.
The Proteas have been boosted by the news that Lungi Ngidi is fit and available for Wednesday's must-win World Cup clash against New Zealand in Birmingham.
Lungi Ngidi has become the fastest South African to take 50 wickets in One Day International cricket.
South Africa will need 272 to win the second ODI, and the series, against Australia in Bloemfontein on Wednesday evening.
Proteas speedster Lungi Ngidi believes that technology should be used to help eradicate the issues surrounding the calling of no-balls in international cricket.
Proteas seamer Lungi Ngidi has praised the work done by bowling coach Charl Langeveldt after his heroics in East London.
Lungi Ngidi hopes the one-day international side can restore some much-needed pride to South African cricket after a disappointing Test series defeat to England.
Cricket South Africa has placed four franchise players in a high performance fitness and conditioning camp.
Lungi Ngidi and Dane Piedt ended with three wickets apiece as South Africa A again endured a tough time on day two of the first Test against India A.
The Proteas have arrived home from their Cricket World Cup campaign and were welcomed at OR Tambo International Airport by family, friends and some fans.
Monday marked the 20-year anniversary of South Africa's heartbreaking run out in the 1999 Cricket World Cup semi-final.
Proteas captain Faf du Plessis is hopeful that Lungi Ngidi will return to full fitness before Wednesday's clash against New Zealand.
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