Firdose Moonda

ESPNcricinfo's South Africa correspondent

Dane Vilas receives the domestic newcomer of the year award from Graeme Smith

Bangladesh v South Africa, 2nd Test, Mirpur, 1st day

Nasir in for Taijul, Bangladesh bat

South Africa wicketkeeper Dane Vilas was called into action immediately in his debut Test after Mushfiqur Rahim decided Bangladesh would bat on what he said was a "pretty dry" pitch in Mirpur

Dale Steyn acknowledges the applause after taking his fifth wicket

Bangladesh v South Africa, 2nd Test, Mirpur, 1st day

Four hundred reasons to celebrate Steyn

Skill, speed, swing and a famously spicy attitude have put Dale Steyn among the top sportsmen of his generation. And he plans to stay there for as long as he can

Quinton de Kock is cleaned up by Mustafizur Rahman

Bangladesh v SA, 2nd Test, Mirpur

De Kock's woes complicate SA's transition

Quinton de Kock has just not been the same since suffering a freak injury in December last year, and as difficult as it may be, he needs to toughen up to win his spot in the team back

Clive Rice holds aloft the Natwest Trophy

Clive Rice 1949-2015

The indomitable spirit of Clive Rice

He wanted to play against the best and show that he was among the best, as his admirers testify

Dean Elgar works the ball through the on side

SA in Bangladesh 2015

South Africa turned off by the rain

South Africa had been frustrated by the wet weather in Dhaka, more so because their side is still in transition and they need more game time to figure out their best XI

Dean Elgar and Stiaan van Zyl shared an unbroken opening stand of 61 runs

Bangladesh v South Africa, 1st Test, Chittagong, 5th day

'Game was poised in our favour' - Amla

Bangladesh may receive most of the plaudits for their plucky performance for most of the three days of the drawn first Test but Hashim Amla believes that South Africa were in pole position when the weather intervened

Rain had the final say in Chittagong

Bangladesh v South Africa, 1st Test, 5th day, Chittagong

Rain-hit Test ends in tame draw

The first Test between Bangladesh and South Africa ended in a tame draw after rain washed out the last two days without a ball being bowled

Rain washed out the fourth day

Bangladesh v South Africa, 1st Test, 4th day, Chittagong

Rain washes out fourth day in Chittagong

Although rain interrupted parts of the one-day series and brought an early end to two of the three days in this Test, it had its first proper say of the tour when the fourth day's play was washed out without a ball being bowled

Dean Elgar works the ball through the on side

Bangladesh v South Africa, 1st Test, Chittagong, 3rd day

Weather eats away at time, bowlers' chances

Rain has eaten away at overs in this game but the greater impact, perhaps, may be felt on the Chittagong track, which seems to be easing out for batsmen

Liton Das looks to the skies after completing his maiden half-century

Bangladesh v South Africa, 1st Test, Chittagong, 3rd day

South Africa chip away at Bangladesh's lead

Liton Das shared an 82-run stand with Shakib Al Hasan to help Bangladesh build a 78-run lead, but South Africa's openers, Dean Elgar and Stiaan van Zyl, all but wiped that away