New Zealand clinched their first series victory in South Africa in any format with a 27-run win in Kimberley to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the one-day international series.
The Kiwis, who lost both Tests by an innings, made 279-8, anchored by Kane Williamson’s unbeaten 145.
In reply, Graeme Smith (66) and Colin Ingram (79) steered the Proteas to 167-1 with nearly 20 overs left.
But the hosts collapsed to 252 all out with no fewer than five men run out. Read more