Rabada remains banned from the third and fourth Tests against Australia until a new verdict is reached, although South Africa may try to convince a judicial commissioner that this is unjust and he should be able to play.
Rabada's two-test suspension has boosted Australia's hopes of triumphing in the four-test series, now level at 1-1.
The quick was given two demerits for making contact with an opposition player after brushing past Australia skipper Steve Smith while celebrating his wicket during the second Test.
The 22-year-old, who took 11-150 in the game, was fined 50 percent of his match fee and given three demerit points, which took him past the tally of eight that triggers an automatic two-game suspension.
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It has also robbed the series of a significant protagonist.
Starc and Rabada's contest within a contest and their devastating reverse-swing spells have been highlights of the first two tests.
"I take no pleasure in seeing a player suspended, particularly a young player of Kagiso's talent, but he has now breached the ICC code of conduct on a number of occasions".
"What's he got now, four 10-fors?"
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"KG is a great bowler to get information from and to learn from but I am a different person". However he admitted that the Rabada ban could be a beacon of hope for the visitors.
Lehmann noted "it's never good seeing fantastic bowlers out of series", while Smith suggested he always wants to "go up against the best players as much as you can".
What with Rabada hogging the spotlight at St George's Park there wasn't a lot left for the rest to do. He has now claimed 135 wickets at a strike-rate of 38.9, the best strike-rate of any current test bowler.
Rabada also accepted a lesser charge for his animated send-off of Aussie opener David Warner in the same match. "For someone so young that's quite impressive", Australia's fielding coach Haddin said. "It will be interesting to see how he comes back after that, because he'll be hurting, no doubt, over the next couple of Test matches".
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"This is their big series and now he's got to sit back and watch what's going on out there".