World Cup 1992: The first encounter between India and South Africa was at the Adelaide Oval in Australia. In a rain-curtailed 30-over game, India, riding on Kapil Dev's 42 off 29 and Mohammad Azharduddin's 79 off 77 balls posted 180 but went on to lose the match.
World Cup 1992: In reply to India's 180, Peter Kirsten (84) and Andrew Hudson (53) took South Africa to a six-wicket win.
World Cup 1999: Sourav Ganguly made 97 and stitched a solid 130-run partnership stand with Rahul Dravid (54) to take India to a challenging 253 at the New County Ground in Hove.
World Cup 1999: Jacques Kallis' 96 off 128 was enough to dash India's hopes. South Africa won the game by four wickets.
World Cup 2011: Sachin Tendulkar's 111 took India to a healthy 296, though it could have been much more had the hosts not lost their last 9 wickets for just 29 runs at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium in Nagpur.
World Cup 2011: Hashim Amla (61), Jacques Kallis (69) and AB de Villiers (52) played brilliant knocks to guide South Africa to their third consecutive World Cup win against India.