Represented by Advocate Dali Mpofu, Rabada appealed the level-two charge he received form match referee Jeff Crowe after making deliberate and inappropriate contact with Steve Smith following his LBW dismissal of the Australian captain.
"Mr Rabada will be well aware of the consequences of any further breaches of the code‚" Heron was quoted as saying.
"The number-one bowler in the world being allowed to play is exciting for everybody concerned", Gibson told a news conference, before joking: "I don't think we need to pump him up any more".
Heron released his ruling on Tuesday, two days before the third test starts.
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Lyon said Australia had largely expected the decision.
"What I can't understand is how can you be a little bit of guilty of that. He had done it before and had five offences in 14 months", he said.
Well done ICC. Common sense prevails. With the four-Test series tied at one victory apiece, the third match could essentially decide the outcome of the cricket series. Commenting on the plight of the series, Australia had won the first Test in Durban to jolt the hosts.
The 22-year-old's poor disciplinary record now stands at seven demerit points.
Well, the demerit points were not the only imposition on Kagiso Rabada. That also didn't constitute enough demerit points for a suspension. "It's not for me to sit here and say it's right or wrong".
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"In all the stuff that he did there was no aggressive intent, other than celebrating a wicket, but we've made him aware of the batsman's space and where his space needs to be".
"The key issue is whether Mr Rabada made "inappropriate and deliberate physical contact" with Mr Smith", Heron wrote.
"Former England captain Michael Vaughan had a different line of thinking, impressed with the ICC's decision to let Rabada play as "common sense" prevailed". "It is now important that everybody gets the focus back where it belongs; on the game of cricket". I consider the conduct was inappropriate, lacked respect for his fellow player and involved non-deliberate and minor contact.
Tweaking a bowler's faulty action is all in a day's work for coaches‚ but Gibson has the unusual task of fixing a follow through that takes Rabada too close to freshly dismissed batsmen. "We, as South Africa, would be happy to contribute to that". Following that, Rabada challenged the earlier verdict (which ruled him out of the final two Tests), which led to his favour too.
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