Dean Elgar led South Africa with a masterly knock whereas a couple of fifties from the middle order batsmen strengthened the position of the home side.
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.
South Africa A continued their dominance in the second unofficial Test against India A on the third day and the hosts anticipate a victory on the final day.
The bleak form of the New Zealand batsmen continued in the second Test vs. South Africa when they lost a consistent match by a huge margin of over an innings.
The deadly bowling of South Africa continued on the third day when New Zealand was forced to follow on and the visitors lost four wickets in the second innings.
The lethal bowling from the South African bowlers continued in the 2nd Test when they grabbed six wickets of New Zealand cheaply after tons from three home batsmen.
England regained the ICC ODI No.1 ranking just after a gap of only one match and beat the strong rivals South Africa convincingly with dedicated team work.