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Fri 04 Jan 2013
Latest highlights of the third day of the first test between South Africa and New Zealand from Sahara Park, Newlands, Cape Town.

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What was the key factor in South Africa's historic whitewash of Australia?
Faf's captaincy
New faces
Australia's inexperienced bowling attack
A combination of the above