The skipper of the Proteas, AB de Villiers, got back his form with an aggressive fifty while Hashim Amla supported his with a half century as they beat England.
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.
The Lankan Lions continued their recent dominance in Bangladesh with the assistance of Kusal Perera and their bowlers as they beat the Proteas in a close game.
A combined team work by the visiting Australians maintained their winning spree against the hosts South Africa who lost another game in Centurion.
The perishable batting line up of Pakistan continued with its unpredictable performance and surrendered against the deadly bowling attack of the Proteas.
The devastating bowling from the visiting South African bowlers ripped through the perishable batting line up of Pakistan and clinched an unbelievable victory.
South Africa won the 2nd Test against Pakistan comfortably on the fourth day besides the resistance for the fifth wicket between Misbah-ul-Haq and Asad Shafiq.
The Proteas plundered five hundred plus runs in their first innings, removed four top order batsmen of Pakistan and foresee a clear win on the final day.
Graeme Smith powered a double ton whereas AB de Villiers was heading towards the same direction and they guided their team for a possible win vs. Pakistan.