1. 00.00 Close zoom out of cheque being handed over to Mahendra Singh Dhoni, captain of the Indian team
2. 00.12 Mid cutaway of South African technical team
3. 00.17 Wide Jacques Kallis being handed over a voucher
4. 00.26 SOUNDBITE: (English) Jacques Kallis, South African cricket player
"I though we played very well to get to 220. And it was pretty tight when the rain came down, but I still feel that we were ahead of the game, who knows it would of been an exciting finish, but sad that it ended that way but still think it was a great day."
5. 00.40 Wide Indian cricket team receiving their silver medals
6. 01.03 SOUNDBITE: (English) Jacque Kallis, South Africa
"Few years ago people were saying that the cupboard was a little bit bare after a few players leave, I think we've seen that that's no longer the case, there's some talented guys coming through, a World Cup in a couple of months and there's a lot of positives we can take out of today."
7. 01.17 Zoom out of medals to the South African cricket team receiving them
8. 01.44 SOUNDBITE: (English) Jacques Kallis, South Africa
"So I have put in a lot of hard work probably as much work, more work than in the Test arena. It is nice when those rewards start paying off. I have had a good few years of the IPL and learnt how to play T20 cricket, so I enjoy this format and hopefully I can stick around a little longer and I can make a contribution when we get picked for the T20 World Cup."
9. 02.05 Wide Jacob Zuma, president of South Africa handing over the T20 Friendship Cup
South African all-rounder Jacques Kallis made 61 from 42 balls as the Proteas beat India by 11 runs on the Duckworth/Lewis method in their one-off Twenty20 international on Friday (30 March)after rain spoiled a promising fightback by the Indians.
South Africa posted 219-4 having lost the toss and being made to bat first and it turned out to be their second-highest 20-over score.
Colin Ingram top-scored for the hosts with 78, whilst Suresh Raina finished with figures of 2 for 49.
In reply Gautam Gambhir's 49 from 28 balls gave India a glimmer of hope of a world-record T20 chase before the weather intervened with the visitors on 71 without loss from 7.5 overs.
Umpires called the game off at the Wanderers about an hour after the players came off, with rain still falling steadily in Johannesburg.