How Ngidi became SA's latest pace spearhead
Firdose Moonda finds out from Neil Johnson and the man himself
Manjrekar: Virat should bat at No. 3.
Sanjay Manjrekar has a left-field suggestion for India's team management ahead of the third Test in Centurion
Monga: India need their old Vijay back
The opener was a defensive rock on India's last cycle of away tours, but he has been uncharacteristically loose outside off stump on this trip to South Africa
Will India regret their selection choices?
Sanjay Manjrekar, Jason Dasey and Cyrus Broacha discuss whether India's chop-and-change approach in South Africa has been a recipe for disaster
'I'd love to have a long career' - Ngidi.
Moonda: SA's desire to win on display in the field
After the kick to the gut that was their previous tour to India, South Africa really, really wanted to get their own back. And their eagerness to do so showed through clearly
Du Plessis wants SA to maintain pitch standards
Despite success in the second Test, South Africa's captain was concerned with the uncharacteristic SuperSport Park surface it was played on
WATCH - Kohli's fiery press conference.
The India captain wasn't particularly pleased with some of the questions directed at him
'I'm not sitting here comforting my guys' - Kohli
India's captain responded combatively to questions about selection and his team's overseas record in his post-match press conference
'So many soft dismissals in one match hurt a lot'
India's captain has asked every member of the team to reflect on the errors made by them during the loss in the second Test in Centurion
Monga: Did India lose the plot in the middle session?
In Test cricket, as in life, there comes situations that define you as a team. For India, that moment arrived post-lunch on the fourth day in Centurion
Chopra: Things looking grim for India.
Moonda: SA hit their straps on subcontinental-style pitch
The home side has had a lot to say about nature of the SuperSport Park track, but on the field they have found a way to make it work for them
Monga: Kohli cashes in with unscrambled mind
India's captain might have the conditions going for him, but he still had to face some high-quality bowlers executing their plans to near perfection
Moonda: The big fish slips past South Africa
Kagiso Rabada and Lungi Ngidi tried to fox Virat Kohli the same way Vernon Philander had done at Newlands but he left balls outside off and survived the ones that nipped in
Chopra: Rohit shouldn't play at the cost of Rahane.
Monga: Pandya's brilliance, fine. Then what?
It shouldn't always take pieces of magic for India to create the best chance to win a Test in SA. There are still 14 wickets to be taken, and India cannot afford to rely on magic for them
Agarkar: Ashwin kept control and put India in a strong position.
Moonda: Amla holds SA together at SuperSport Park again
South Africa claimed the first session and India the last hour but the SuperSport Park belongs to Hashim Amla and he has the numbers to show it
Monga: Kohli's habit that doesn't work in SA
His habit of reaching out for wide deliveries - through which he exposes himself to a dismissal - hasn't changed since 2015
SuperSport curator feels the heat before Test debut
Bryan Bloy described the intensity of his job higher than in any of his previous positions
The seven quicks South Africa can choose from
With seven fast-bowling options in their squad, here's a look at the hosts' certainties, contenders and outsiders for the second Test
'Confidence doesn't dent after one match' - Bumrah
The seamer admitted that bowling an 'Indian length' on the opening day of the Newlands Test had hurt the visitors
Playing India 'a massive step up' - Markram
The 23-year-old opener began his Test career with two centuries against Bangladesh and Zimbabwe but facing India has been a much sterner challenge
'Rahul and Rahane are suited to SA conditions' - Graeme Smith.
Monga: Does Pujara need to show more intent?
He was the only Indian top-order batsman to last 100 balls in Cape Town, and mostly looked in control, but given the approach his captain wants from his batsmen, Cheteshwar Pujara could be under a bit of pressure
Top-ranked Rabada 'striving for perfection'
'There's always something you can improve on,' the world's No.1 Test bowler says. 'Once you get something right, there's always something new that you can work on.'
Should India play Rahane? Open with Parthiv? Drop Rohit or Dhawan?
Gibson wants SA to keep playing four quicks
'I'm a very fast-bowling minded coach and I guess we will always have to find a balance to see if we can get four fast bowlers in the team,' South Africa's coach has said
Dhawan's issues against the short-ball.
Ajit Agarkar and Daryll Cullinan talk about Shikhar Dhawan's persisting issues tackling the short-ball outside Asia
Rabada takes top spot from Anderson
The South Africa fast bowler moved up from second place in the rankings for Test bowlers after his performance in the victory against India in Cape Town
Benched quartet keep themselves in contention
A day after India's defeat at Newlands, the four players who had sat out the Test match - KL Rahul, Ajinkya Rahane, Parthiv Patel and Ishant Sharma - went to the nets for an intense training session
Big Vern reels in big fish Kohli
Over the course of 13 balls delivered, Vernon Philander set Virat Kohli up expertly and sent him back with the most artful of knockout blows
Monga: India should rue fatal first day
It's easy to fall for recency bias and blame a fourth-innings collapse, but India know their bowlers and batsmen let the Test slip in the first innings
SA add Olivier, Ngidi to squad for second Test
The fast bowling duo was added after Dale Steyn picked up a heel injury that ruled him out of the series
Steyn sidelined for remainder of India series
The South Africa fast bowler will be reassessed in four to six weeks' time
South Africa 1-0 up after 18 wickets fall in 64 overs
Vernon Philander took career-best innings figures of 6 for 42, as South Africa comfortably defended a target of 208 at Newlands
Moonda: SA play starring role in 'advert for Test cricket'
In what Faf du Plessis called one of his 'favourite games of cricket', South Africa kept getting into difficult positions and kept finding a way out of them
#PoliteEnquiries - A 3-0 whitewash in the making?
Firdose Moonda and Raunak Kapoor take your questions
Monga: A day when Pandya talked, and walked it too
The impact of the allrounder's 93 runs and two wickets in this Test will be seen soon, but there is a larger impact of this effort that merits commendation
Cullinan: Kohli needs to make Ashwin bowl more.
Daryll Cullinan believes the India captain should make South Africa work for their runs
Moonda: Did we see the first and last of SA's pace quartet?
When Steyn went off, we were quickly faced with the reality that this quartet may not play many matches together
We'll soon know who the world's No. 1 Test team is
With South Africa, Australia and India playing each other over the next few months, there's a feast on offer
De Villiers changed game in one over - SA batting coach
At 12 for 3, South Africa were looking for some calm, for someone to absorb the pressure and block out a few overs. But AB de Villiers had other ideas
Cullinan: India should come out playing positively.
'We have a score to settle with India' - Du Plessis.
South Africa v India: fierce rivalry or a memorable series?
No longer are India terrified travellers, but South Africa have home-ground advantage. Either way, both teams are planning to have some fun in the coming months
Moonda: Maharaj readies for his biggest test
India's batsmen could target the spinner for runs in seamer-friendly conditions, but he has already shown he can hold his own even when things are not in his favour
Philander not convinced that India travel better
Asked about the general reputation this India team seems to carry - of being better travellers than the earlier teams - the South Africa quick said he wasn't impressed just yet
Which Newlands deck will turn up for India?
Over the past few years, Test matches in Cape Town have featured run-fests, pace-bowling mayhem, and spinners getting wickets by the bucketload
Postcard from SA: Who are the fans' favourites?
Raunak Kapoor gets a sense of who is rooting for whom in the the India-South Africa Test series from the locals in Cape Town
Jadeja down with 'viral illness'
Team management will probably have decide on his availability for the first Test only on the morning of the match
Monga: India yearn for a less slippery cordon
Since their last tour of South Africa, India's slip and gully fielders have dropped more often than they have caught - a worrying sign given how important those positions are on bouncy pitches
Gibson wary of rushing Steyn back into action
South Africa's coach knows the fast bowler could be undercooked following his long injury layoff and doesn't want him breaking down mid-Test
India's first Test win in SA.
It took India ten Tests to get their first win in South Africa in 2006
Know your opponent: Morne Morkel.
Ajit Agarkar and Aakash Chopra discuss how Morne Morkel can trouble batsmen with his extra bounce and lengths
Dry Newlands trying hard to provide SA pace
A shortage of water in the region means giving the pitch what it needs to come alive - as South Africa no doubt prefer - is a challenge
Du Plessis, Steyn in full-strength SA Test squad
Allrounder Chris Morris has recovered from a groin injury to be part of the 15-member squad which will assemble in Cape Town on Tuesday
Third umpires for the first time, and seven ODIs between Tests.
A look back at what unfolded on India's tour of South Africa in 1992-93
Morkel's form poses selection headache
The fast bowler's five-for against Zimbabwe means South Africa may have to choose between him and Dale Steyn for the first Test against India
De Villiers happy with South Africa's India preparation
The stand-in captain said both South Africa's batsmen and bowlers got enough out of the four-day Test
Overseas tours will 'define' India - Shastri
The India coach was wary of the challenges posed by series in South Africa, England and Australia, but said that the tours will make the team stronger
Know your opponent: Faf du Plessis.
Ajit Agarkar and Aakash Chopra show how India can get the better of South Africa's captain
How should India tackle Hashim Amla?
Ajit Agarkar and Aakash Chopra discuss the strategies that could help India get the better of Hashim Amla, one of South Africa's most prolific run-scorers