Agarkar: Moeen a world-class allrounder in England.
Raunak Kapoor, Gaurav Kalra and Ajit Agarkar discuss Moeen Ali's all-round impact after the South Africa series
Gibson set to be named as South Africa coach
Ottis Gibson is expected to be named South Africa's new coach within days, with the ECB now seeing his departure as inevitable
Root or du Plessis: who would you rather be?
The England captain largely has the personnel to give expression to his dynamic leadership. His South African counterpart faces trickier circumstances
Was Morne Morkel unlucky in the England Tests?
The common consensus is that Morne Morkel deserved more than 19 wickets in the four Tests in England. A look at ESPNcricinfo's ball-by-ball stats throws more light on the matter
Heartache tonight (and every night)
Our correspondent follows two South African teams about on the disappointing final legs of their respective tours
Domingo prepares to bow out after rollercoaster tenure
Russell Domingo conceded he will hand over an unfinished article to the person that succeeds him as South Africa's head coach, but hopes he has given them plenty to build on
Moeen eyes move up the order despite record-breaking series.
England's Moeen Ali says he'll always see himself as a batsman, no matter how many wickets he takes
The patchwork stint of Russell Domingo
Russell Domingo's time as South Africa coach has been hard to decipher, even for the man himself. What is clear is that CSA seems intent on replacing him
Morkel the standard-bearer on disappointing tour
The bowlers held their own but Hashim Amla could not match his former feats and the search for a reliable opening partner for Dean Elgar goes on
Moeen, Root standouts as England deliver
England's response to defeat at Trent Bridge was impressive, while several players contributed key performances in Joe Root's first series as captain
Batting woes and unfit Vernon Philander.
Firdose Moonda and Melinda Farrell look at the lessons South Africa need to learn following their 3-1 series loss to England
Magic Moeen Ali but batting holes remain.
George Dobell and Melinda Farrell look back on what England will have learned from their 3-1 series win over South Africa
Root revels in success but urges more from team
England bounced back from the Trent Bridge defeat with mature performances in the last two Tests and with the Ashes on the horizon, Joe Root is keen to harness that attitude consistently
#PoliteEnquiries: Where do South Africa go from here?
Jarrod Kimber and George Dobell tackle your #PoliteEnquiries on South Africa's struggles and all things Moeen Ali
Wounded SA must learn hard lessons
Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis briefly fired hopes of salvaging the series but in the end South Africa will head home both battered and beaten
South Africa's long tour ends with little to show.
Firdose Moonda and Melinda Farrell look back on a tough tour for South Africa, capped off with a final defeat at Old Trafford
When nothing good would last
South Africa came to England missing vital organs and left with questions over the health of the rest of the side
Moeen Ali leads England to stylish series win.
George Dobell and Melinda Farrell assess England's strength in depth as well as areas for improvement after sealing the series
Bayliss calls for more from England top order.
England's head coach Trevor Bayliss highlights key areas for improvement despite their series win over South Africa
Root hails England options in SA series win.
Joe Root reflects on his first Test series as England captain, with standout performances from Moeen Ali in particular
England always have a guy to change the game - du Plessis.
South Africa captain Faf du Plessis lauded England allrounders Ben Stokes and Moeen Ali and lamented the lack of game-changing players his own side may have to call upon in a tight spot
Du Plessis challenges Philander to prove fitness.
Faf du Plessis points to Vernon Philander's absences as a reason for South Africa's struggle in the fourth Test against England
WATCH - Moeen Ali picks another five-for.
England allrounder Moeen Ali picked up 5 for 69 in the second innings of the fourth Test and finished the series with 25 wickets
Highlights - Moeen's five-for leads England to 3-1.
Moeen Ali completed an outstanding series with 5 for 69 to wrap up a victory for England as South Africa collapsed for 202 while chasing 380
Moeen the menace for South Africa again.
Firdose Moonda looks back on an afternoon session that was going so well for South Africa, until Moeen Ali struck again