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  • South Sudan get first competitive win, South Africa crash

    CAPE TOWN: Atak Lual’s second-half goal gave South Sudan their first ever competitive victory as the world’s newest nation beat Equatorial Guinea 1-0 in African Cup of Nations qualifying on Saturday...

    South Sudan’s success came three years after they were allowed to play international football, and boosts their chances of an even bigger shock: Qualifying for the continent’s championship in 2017...

  • Champions Trophy: Pakistan’s pride at stake against South Africa

    BIRMINGHAM: Mickey Arthur has no doubt Pakistan will be “up for the fight” when they face his native South Africa in the Champions Trophy on Wednesday after facing 124-run defeat against India...

    Yet, worryingly for Pakistan coach Arthur, there is the potential for an even more lopsided match when they return to Edgbaston on Wednesday — and that’s not simply because South Africa are top of the International Cricket Council (ICC)...

  • Pakistan defeat South Africa by 19 runs under Duckworth-Lewis method

    Pakistan put their miserable hammering by arch-rivals India behind them with a shock 19-run win over South Africa at Edgbaston on Wednesday that kept their Champions Trophy semi-final hopes alive...

    Just three days after suffering a humiliating 124-run defeat by title-holders India at Edgbaston in their opening group match, with former skipper Shahid Afridi among those slamming a “clueless” display, Pakistan's return to the Birmingham...

  • South Africa imposes 14-77pc dumping duties on Pakistan cement

    KARACHI: The South Africa has finally imposed between 14-77 per cent anti-dumping duties on Portland cement originating in or imported from Pakistan with effect from Dec 18, 2015...

    The International Trade Administration Commission (ITAC) of South Africa, which had imposed a provisional anti-dumping duty in May 2015, made a final determination to recommend the South Africa’s minister of trade and industry to impose the final duties on...

  • Australia to play pink-ball Tests against Pakistan, South Africa

    SYDNEY: Australia will play two day-night Tests against South Africa and Pakistan next southern summer in a revamp of home international scheduling, a report said on Thursday...

    Following the success of the inaugural pink-ball Test against New Zealand in Adelaide last year, Cricket Australia will stage two more day-night Tests against touring nations South Africa and Pakistan, the Sydney Morning Herald reported...

  • South Africa to host Pakistan in three Tests next season

    JOHANNESBURG: Cricket South Africa (CSA) have announced their home schedule for the 2018-19 season that will see tours by Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe, with the focus on One-day Internationals ahead of the World Cup next year...

    South Africa will also host a total of five Tests, 13 One-day Internationals and nine Twenty20 Internationals against these three nations...

  • Dar stars as Pakistan Women brush aside South Africa in 1st T20I

    Veteran all-rounder Nida Dar's contributions with both the bat and ball helped Pakistan Women brushed aside their South African counterparts by seven wickets in the first of their three-T20I series in Pretoria on Wednesday...

    Dar, 32, took two wickets for 30 runs in the South African innings, which had its top order once again shattered by the excellent Sana Mir (14-3)...

  • MCC to visit Pakistan in February, South Africa may tour in March: Wasim Khan

    KARACHI: One of the most prestigious cricket clubs in the world, Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) have agreed to send their team to Pakistan in February next year while a short tour by South Africa is also on the cards...

    This was disclosed by CEO Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Wasim Khan here on Wednesday at the National Stadium on the eve of Pakistan’s second Test against Sri Lanka...

  • South Africa call off Pakistan tour due to 'player workload'

    Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Friday expressed their inability to tour Pakistan next month, assuring the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) that they will honour the commitment of sending their side as soon as "it is reasonably possible"...

    In the press release, PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan said: “While we were keenly looking forward to hosting South Africa next month, we respect CSA’s reason for not sending their side...

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