South Africa vs England: South Africa struggled to 208/6 in reply to England's 499/9 declared, still 291 runs in arrears - and 92 short of avoiding the follow-on.
South African all-rounder Chris Morris sent social media into a frenzy with his football skills during a BBL game on Saturday.
Centuries by Ben Stokes and Ollie Pope and some powerful lower-order hitting enabled England to declare on 499 for nine before they claimed two late wickets to have South Africa struggling on 60 for two.
Former West Indies fast bowling great Michael Holding and ex-England batsman Kevin Pietersen criticised Kagiso Rabada post his one-match ban.
AB de Villiers said he has been in talks with Graeme Smith and Mark Boucher about coming out of retirement and playing for South Africa again.
South Africa fast-bowler Kagiso Rabada was handed one-match ban by the ICC following his celebration after removing England captain Joe Root.
Ben Stokes and Ollie Pope upped the scoring rate after a gritty start by England as they finished on 224/4 at the end of Day 1.
Faf du Plessis hinted that AB de Villiers' return was almost a done deal, although both De Villiers and South African assistant coach Enoch Nkwe have emphasised that it is far from finalised.
With the four-match Test series level at 1-1, South Africa and England clash in the third Test, starting at St George's Park on Thursday.
The England medical team, in consultation with Leach, decided it would be best for Jack Leach to go home in order to make a full recovery.
AB de Villiers took no time to leave a mark in the Big Bash League (BBL) as he took a sharp catch by diving forward on his debut.
Jos Buttler said that in Test cricket emotions run high, and although for players, these things don't mean anything, for the viewers it goes out as a bad message.
With the four-match series delicately poised at 1-1, South Africa and England clash in the third Test, starting from Thursday at St George's Park, Port Elizabeth.
South Africa vs England: Jos Buttler was fined 15 percent of his match fee by the ICC for swearing at South Africa's Vernon Philander during the second Test at Newlands.
James Anderson was England's most successful bowler in the second Test against South Africa which they won by 189 runs to level the four-match series 1-1.
On a tense final day of the second Test, the stump mic picked up Jos Buttler launching an x-rated tirade at South Africa's Vernon Philander.
South Africa showed gritty resolve, but a Ben Stokes-inspired England rode to victory, levelling the 4-match Test series at 1-1.