South Africa seized a 411 run lead over Pakistan at the end of the 2nd day of the first Test at the Wanderers on Saturday with seven wickets still in hand after sent Pakistan for their lowest Test score of 49 runs.
Fast bowler Dale Steyn claimed 6 for 8, it was his best bowling figures at home, as Pakistan were all out in 29.1 overs four runs less than of their previous lowest innings total against Australia. Phillander and Jacques Kallis take two wickets each.
Graeme Smith then determined he would not enforce the follow on and at the stumps South Africa were 207 for 3 in their 2nd innings.
Openers Smith and Alviro Peterson (27) put 82 runs. Graeme Smith reached his 37th Test 50 fifty and Jacques Kallis made 7 runs. Hashim Amla unbeaten 50 and AB de Villiers (63*) then added 108 runs to take South Africa to the close.