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The Proteas found themselves at 12/3 having won the toss on the first morning before recovering well to post 286 thanks to runs from the middle and lower order.
South Africa claimed a 72-run victory over India in a gripping first test at Newlands on Monday.
Wriddhiman Saha broke the record held by Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who made nine dismissals, with eight catches and a stumping, against Australia in Melbourne in 2014/15.
Dale Steyn suffered a heel injury on Saturday at Newlands where South Africa are hosting India in the first Test.
Australia are now trailing number one ranked India by 20 points on the ICC Test Team Rankings, while they are seven points behind second ranked South Africa.
Root is seen as England's last major hope of staving off a 4-0 series rout and was unbeaten on 42 at the close Sunday with Jonny Bairstow not out 17.
South Africa were on 65 for two in their second innings - an overall lead of 142 - at the close of play on Saturday.
Steyn pulled up three balls into his 18th over after taking two for 51 in the first Test against India at Newlands.
The home side had lost the toss at the start and they were in problems from the outset after being put in to bat at SuperSport Park.
Lions may feel slightly aggrieved that they did not take all the points after entering the final over requiring just seven.
Pakistan have been on a high since winning the ICC Champions Trophy last year and skipper Sarfraz Ahmed said that victory had given them confidence.
India were 28 for three at the close -- with skipper Virat Kohli amongst the victims -- after bowling out the hosts for 286.
The Proteas on Friday begin the first day of the first test against India at Newlands.
The world's top ranked batsman and Usman Khawaja batted through the final session in a 107-run partnership.
For the first time in more than a year, South Africa have all their key bowlers fit and ready to go.
England skipper Joe Root was out to a superb diving catch by Mitchell Marsh at square leg for 83 in the day's penultimate over before Jonny Bairstow was caught behind.
The Proteas will follow the three-match series against the top-ranked India with a four-match contest against Australia.
After the opening session had been washed out by light rain, Mark Stoneman and James Vince both made starts before being caught behind off quick Pat Cummins.
Colin Munro scored 104 and became the first player to score three centuries in international cricket's shortest form.
Groundsman Evan Flint said the grass was thin and that the weather conditions had made it difficult to produce the seam-friendly surface which the home side would like.
The 26-year-old has missed the ongoing Ashes series after being banned from international duty while police investigate his alleged role in a fight outside a nightclub in Bristol.
Smith joined the legendary Don Bradman as the only batsmen to score centuries in four consecutive Melbourne Tests.
The veteran opener, back in the runs after a lean period, had a let-off on 153 to reach 173 not out at tea in Melbourne, with England 360 for six.
Zimbabwe were dismissed for 68 runs in their first innings and then 121 in their follow-on in reply to South Africa's 309-9 declared.
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