Captain Andrew Strauss leads out the England team after winning the toss and putting South Africa in to bat.
Bowler Stuart Broad celebrates a perfect start after getting South African captain Graeme Smith out before he'd even scored a run.
England's Graham Onion jumps for joy after bowling out Hashim Amla for 19 runs. At this point South Africa had 51 runs for two wickets.
England took another two wickets before tea, leaving South Africa on 159-4. But top SA batsman Jacques Kallis was starting to score a lot of runs.
But after tea South Africa took control of the match, ending on 262-4. Jacques Kallis ended with yet another Test hundred, scoring 112 runs not out.
England did hit back on the morning of day two, picking up two wickets. But South Africa are still on top after reaching 330-6.
England eventually ended South Africa's innings on 418 all out. Spinner Graeme Swann finished the innings with five wickets for 110 runs.
That meant it was England's turn to bat. By the end of the day the team had scored 88 runs, and lost one wicket. The batsman who was out was Alistair Cook.
England's innings didn't go as well as South Africa's, with wickets falling. At lunch the score was 143-3. Jonathon Trott was the most recent wicket to fall, for 28.
And then Kevin Pietersen got out too, having scored 40 runs. England later lost another wicket as they started to run out of batsmen.
However bowlers Graeme Swann and James Anderson then starred with the bat. They scored more than 100 runs between them before England's innings ended on 356 all out.
South Africa started their second innings and lost a wicket before the close of play, ending the day on 9-1. Ashwell Prince was the man out for a duck.