The one positive of this, even if some of it is depressing, is that there'll be life on the other side, writes Adriaan Basson.
Former Proteas and Lions batsman Neil McKenzie has joined the Jozi Stars backroom team in a mentorship and consultancy role.
Bangladesh have praised the impact of their batting coach and former Proteas player Neil McKenzie.
Former Proteas batsman Neil McKenzie is set to join Bangladesh as a batting consultant during their tour to the West Indies.
Bangladesh cricket authorities are in talks with former South African batsman and coach Gary Kirsten to hire him as a consultant.
Proteas coach Ottis Gibson has confirmed that Charl Langeveldt will not be retained as the bowling coach of the national team.
Former Australian wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist has recalled one superstitious South African cricketer his rivals used to poke fun at.
Former Proteas batsman Neil McKenzie is set to be a father - for the third time - later this year.
The Proteas are still searching for the ‘perfect game’, despite their record-equalling run of 12 consecutive ODI wins.
It's back to the red ball for the Proteas as they step up their Test preparations ahead of the Australia series.
Proteas batting coach Neil McKenzie believes that the Australian bowling line-up does not possess a 'fear factor'.
Bangladesh batting coach Neil McKenzie on Saturday defended their under-fire batsmen after yet another sub-par performance.
Bangladesh have appointed former SA batsman Neil McKenzie as their new batting consultant to help shape up their woeful batting unit.
The four-man structure worked in the triumph over Australia, but the SA Test brains trust clearly still wish for a fifth bowling element, writes Rob Houwing.
Former batting coach Neil McKenzie is back with the national side helping them prepare for the third Test against India.
Proteas batting coach Neil McKenzie says that the side will not take the final one-day international lightly despite clinching the series.
The Proteas must fall back on the blueprint that has brought them success over the last 18 months when they take on India on Sunday.
Protea stars Faf du Plessis, JP Duminy, Morné Morkel and batting coach Neil McKenzie all the hit the waves in New Zealand and looked sexy while doing it.
The Proteas will need ‘something special’ from their remaining batsmen for a rear-guard fightback on Day 4 of the day-night Test match against Australia.
Dean Elgar, Coach Russell Domingo, Kagiso Rabada and other national cricket stars are having the best time Down Under on tour.
Aussies must know it’s a new ball game for SA this season, says coach Neil McKenzie.
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