The ODI at the Shere Bangla National Stadium was delayed due to heavy rain

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

Heavy rain washes out second day

An entire day's play was lost for the third time in this series as heavy rain, caused by a cyclone, forced the umpires to abandon the second day of the Mirpur Test at 12.10 pm

The South Africans congratulate Dale Steyn on his 400th Test wicket

Bangladesh v SA, 2nd Test, Mirpur

Steyn lauds 'fantastic bowling effort'

After watching Mustafizur Rahman make clever use of the cutter in Chittagong, Dale Steyn saw what he needed to do to get the most out of conditions in the second Test

Dale Steyn exults after dismissing Mahmudullah

Bangladesh v SA, 2nd Test, Mirpur, 1st day

Mirpur rekindles Dale Steyn's fire

On the day he collected his 400th Test wicket, Dale Steyn admitted that he had needed some time and space to sort himself out following South Africa's heartbreaking loss in the World Cup semi-final

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Clive Rice bats

South Africa news

Clive Rice dies aged 66

Clive Rice, the former South Africa captain, has died in a Cape Town hospital on Tuesday after suffering from brain tumour. He was 66

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

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AB de Villiers celebrates his 21st hundred

South Africa in India 2015-16

SA to play four Tests on 72-day India tour

The schedule for South Africa's tour to India, which will be played over 72 days between September and December, has been announced

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