Highlights, South Africa vs Australia, 3rd Test: South Africa ended Day 1 on 266/8 vs Australia
Rabada, who took 11 wickets in the second Test in Port Elizabeth, has successfully appealed against a ban.
AB de Villiers counter-attacked to hit 74 not out off 81 balls with easily the most aggressive batting of an otherwise slow day.
Mitchell Starc's ability to blow away South Africa's tail was the crucial difference between the teams, South African captain Faf du Plessis said.
Australia beat hosts South Africa by 118 runs in the first Test to take a 1-0 lead in the four-match series.
Mitchell Starc gave a magnificent display of fast, reverse swing bowling to take five for 34.
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Pace spearhead Mitchell Starc is in line to return to Australia's bowling line-up with second spinner Ashton Agar unlikely to play in Thursday's final Ashes Test against England.
Mitchell Starc, who currently is the leading wicket-taker in the ongoing Ashes 2017/18 series with 19 scalps to his name, has been replaced with Jackson Bird.
Mitchell Starc was seen hobbling on crutches as he left Perth after Australia regained the Ashes.
While some cricketing fans were left unimpressed with the pot-shots taken by Manjrekar, some thoroughly enjoyed his sense of humour.
Not just fans but former cricketers too were left awestruck by the left-arm pacer's lethal delivery. The list of admirers also included Shane Warne, whose delivery to Mike Gatting is often described as the greatest ball ever bowled.
Australia lead the five-Test series 2-0 and a win in the last-ever Ashes Test to be played at the WACA Ground would see them regain the urn.
Hazlewood snuffed out England's outside hopes of a come-from-behind victory when he dismissed captain Joe Root in the third over of the final day of the first-ever day-night Ashes Test.
Shaun Marsh earlier claimed his fifth Test century as Australia tightened the screws on England, making captain Joe Root pay for sending the home side in to bat.
The Aussie pacer took his second hat-trick of the match to deliver Sheffield Shield victory for New South Wales.
Mitchell Starc was in top form as he demolished Western Australia's tail to finish the innings with four for 56 from 20 overs.