South Africa were frustrated in their bid to see off the Bangladesh tail, as rain meant there was no play on day two of the second Test.
Rain once again played havoc with the Test series between Bangladesh and South Africa, ensuring no play was possible on day two of the second encounter.
The first Test ended in a draw after rain washed out the final two days in Chittagong, and the elements have once again affected the latest match in Mirpur.
South Africa were hoping to see off the hosts' tail after restricting Bangladesh to 246-8 on an opening day that saw Dale Steyn (3-30) surpass 400 Test wickets.
However, torrential rain initially forced a delay to proceedings on Friday before play was called off for the day just after midday local time.