England players have been fined for their team's slow over rate in the final Test at the Wanderers which South Africa won by an innings and 74 runs on Sunday.
Graeme Smith, the South African captain, and Morne Morkel, one half of his hostile new-ball pair, have climbed to career-best rankings after South Africa's resounding victory in the fourth Test at the Wanderers.
South Africa won the final Test by an innings and 74 runs, bowling England out for 169 just before lunch on the fourth day to level the series at 1-1.
England look set for a heavy defeat in the final Test at the Wanderers as they end day three on 48-3, still trailing South Africa by 195 runs.
Graeme Smith hit a century as South Africa took control before heavy rain stopped play on the second day of the fourth and final Test against England.
South Africa's fast bowlers took advantage of helpful conditions as England crashed to 180 all out on the first day of the fourth Test at the Wanderers Stadium.
South Africa paceman Friedel de Wet will miss the fourth and final Test against England after suffering a recurrence of a back problem in the third Test.
South Africa have withdrawn Pakistan-born leggie Imran Tahir from their squad for fourth Test against England because of fears over his eligibility.
James Anderson and Stuart Broad both insisted they had nothing to be ashamed of after being caught up in suggestions of ball-tampering.
Left-arm swing bowler Wayne Parnell and leg-spinner Imran Tahir have been added to South Africa's squad for the fourth Test against England.