Brilliant tons from the man in form, AB de Villiers and the middle order batsman, Jean-Paul Duminy lifted their side whereas the home bowlers put them on top.
The composed unit of South Africa continued with their winning streak against out of form Pakistani team which lost the consecutive T20 game at Dubai.
The skipper of the Proteas, AB de Villiers, led his side from the front with a ton and their bowlers humiliated the Pakistani batsmen again in the final ODI.
South Africa A took a sweet revenge of their defeat in the first Unofficial Test by winning the second one as they beat visiting India A all ends up.
An excellent bowling by the South Africa A bowlers brought their side to a commanding position as the India A batsmen bowed down against them in a timid way.
Wayne Parnell and Simon Harmer got their side back in the game by stable unbeaten knocks after India A bowlers ripped through the top order of South Africa A.
India A plundered 582 runs with one wicket still in hand at the end of the 163rd over when their innings was declared and South Africa A scored 20 for the loss of one wicket in 9 overs.
An elegant ton by the India A skipper, Cheteshwar Pujara, well assisted by Rohit Sharma brought their team into a commanding position against South Africa A.