South Africa captured the exciting encounter vs. the Dutch team with a superb leg spin bowling from Imran Tahir who saved his side from a possible disaster.
A deadly bowling spell from the speedster, Dale Steyn, crippled the batting line up of the Kiwis while Jean-Paul Duminy batted excellently to win the game.
David Warner continued with his brilliant form whereas Michael Clarke and Steven Smith consolidated the position of the visitors with their unbeaten fifties.
The Proteas came back in the series by demolishing the strong batting line up of the Kangaroos twice within four days and clinched the encounter comfortably.
Thunderbolts from the fierce quick bowler of Australia, Mitchell Johnson, destroyed the mighty batting power house of South Africa in the opening Test.
The supreme form of Mitchell Johnson continued even after the Ashes when he punctured the top order batting of the Proteas who are sinking in the first Test.
A solid unbroken partnership of 199 runs between Shaun Marsh and Steven Smith consolidated the position of their team against South Africa in the first Test.
The strong batting line up of India once again crumbled against the deadly bowling of the Proteas in the second innings as the hosts won the 2nd Test easily.
Jacques Kallis was playing a memorable innings in his last Test by providing a solid stand of 127 runs with AB de Villiers who also scored fifty plus runs.
The supreme quick bowler of South Africa, Dale Steyn, restricted India within limits after the visitors commenced the 2nd day in a commanding position of 1-181.