Lunch South Africa 118 and 70 for 1 (Elgar 35*, Petersen 7*) lead England 158 (Pope 67, Jansen 5-35, Rabada 4-81) by 30 runs
The hosts also failed to overturn a not-out decision in favour of Erwee when Robinson rapped him on the front pad on 7, but the ball had pitched narrowly outside leg stump. A short time before, Robinson almost had Erwee caught by James Anderson in the cordon, but the ball just failed to carry.
South Africa had made a flawless start to the morning, Jansen completing his five-wicket haul to contain England’s first-innings advantage.
Resuming on 154 for 7 on the fourth day – but only the second day’s play after Thursday’s washout and Friday’s mark of respect following the death of Queen Elizabeth II – England lost their remaining three wickets with just 16 balls bowled in the morning to be all out for 158 in reply to South Africa’s 118.
Jansen had been the pick of the South Africa bowlers the previous day, claiming 4 for 34, and he ended England’s innings inside the first half-hour on Sunday with his fifth when he had Ben Foakes well caught by Petersen at third slip to claim his maiden Test five-for.
Robinson had put England in a strong position on the opening day, his 5 for 49 crucial in keeping South Africa to a low first-innings total, while Broad added 4 for 41.