AB de Villiers has been ruled out of the first three ODIs against India due to a finger injury.
Dean Elgar says the Test between the Proteas and India at the Wanderers should have been abandoned earlier on Friday, because of the dangerous pitch.
Virat Kohli says beating the Proteas in their own conditions at the Wanderers was satisfying.
Faf du Plessis says the Proteas were outplayed from day one of the Wanderers Test.
India ripped through the Proteas batting order late on day four to claim a 63-run victory at the Wanderers.
The Proteas were 136-3 in pursuit of 241 at tea on day four at the Wanderers.
South Africa need 172 runs to win following a solid display by Dean Elgar and Hashim Amla in the first session on day four at the Wanderers.
South Africa were 160-8 in pursuit of 241 on day four at the Wanderers.
India must be the favourites to claim nine wickets on an explosive pitch and win the match on day four at the Wanderers.
The third Test between South Africa and India at the Wanderers will resume at 10:00 on Saturday as scheduled.
Proteas manager Dr Mohammed Moosajee insists the ball that hit Dean Elgar on the grill of his helmet, and ended play on day three, was not a short delivery.
South Africa were 17-1 in pursuit of 241 when play was suspended due to the dangerous pitch conditions at the Wanderers.
Ajinkya Rahane scored 46 not out to boost India’s lead to 192 at tea on day three at the Wanderers.
Virat Kohli guided India to 100-4 at lunch on day three at the Wanderers.
The Proteas need to be more assertive with the ball during the initial stages of day three at the Wanderers.