Considering the events that unfolded over the past week, it was an unusually quiet day for Australia, literally and otherwise.
Bavuma finished on 25 off 50 balls, which included two boundaries, while De Kock struck a solitary boundary during his 12-ball seven.
He paid tribute to the quality of South Africa's bowling but added: "Obviously after the week we've had there's a lot of disappointment in the room that we can't put something together".
Former Australian skipper Steve Smith and Vice-captain David have been slapped by a one-year ban following the tampering scandal.
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Cummins dug deep after a draining week to remove Markram and South Africa captain Faf du Plessis in the space of two balls, du Plessis for a first-ball duck, to give the fast bowler 3-53.
Australia's new-look team produced a late rally on the opening day of the fourth Test against South Africa, as they made their return to the field after a week dominated the ball-tampering scandal.
Despite struggling against India in the recent Test series in South Africa, Markram has been on a roll in the ongoing Test series against Australia.
Shaun Marsh survived a stumping chance off Keshav Maharaj in the over after Khawaja's dismissal but both Marsh brothers fell before the close to leave Australia with a monumental task over the remaining three days.
Kohli on his official Twitter handle wrote, "Aiden Markram". Batting on 27 off 80 balls, Amla wafted at a leaden-footed drive off Pat Cummins, in the middle of Australia's best spell of the day.
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Renshaw was caught behind, quickly followed by Handscomb, who was bowled off an inside edge as he tried to withdraw his bat from a lifting delivery.
Lyon then caught AB de Villiers on the pad, and Australia took a hopeful referral, which showed the ball was wide down the leg side. But he stonewalled questions about who was aware of the plot and whether it was the first such incident within the team.
"To the fans and the lovers of the game, who have supported and inspired me on my journey as a cricketer, I want to sincerely apologise for betraying your trust in me", Warner said.
Smith, Warner and Bancroft were given long-term bans and were sent home from the tour.
Bancroft was caught on camera trying to use yellow sandpaper to alter the ball, an offence which triggered an outpouring of criticism against the hard-nosed Australian team.
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