Ntini was the first black cricketer to represent his country
South Africa bowler Makhaya Ntini has retired from international cricket.
Ntini, 33, made his international debut in January 1998 and appeared in 101 Test and 173 one-day internationals.
He was the first black cricketer to represent his country and took 390 Test wickets - second on South Africa's all-time list and 11th overall.
"It has been a wonderful journey for me to represent my country," said Ntini, who will continue to play domestic cricket for the Chevrolet Warriors.
More to follow.