Johannesburg: Fast bowler Dale Steyn has been included in the South African squad for a Twenty20 international and three one-day internationals against New Zealand following his match-winning efforts in the Test series against the same opponents.
Steyn is the only change from the squad which won a one-day series in Pakistan last month. He replaces all-rounder Justin Kemp, who has indicated he wants to retire from international cricket.
Steyn, who took 20 wickets at an average of 9.20 in two Tests against New Zealand, has only played in seven one-day internationals because of concerns that his ability to take wickets is offset by a tendency to concede too many runs.
Morne van Wyk is on standby for Gibbs for the three one-day internationals after Gibbs suffered a knee injury during the second Test against New Zealand. The first one-day international is in Durban Sunday following a Twenty20 international in Johannesburg Friday.
The squad: Graeme Smith (capt), Herschelle Gibbs, Jacques Kallis, AB de Villiers, JP Duminy, Mark Boucher (wk), Shaun Pollock, Albie Morkel, Vernon Philander, Johan Botha, Andre Nel, Charl Langeveldt, Makhaya Ntini and Dale Steyn.