England Women made it four wins out of four since arriving in South Africa with a seven-wicket victory in the first Twenty20 International in Potchefstroom.
Despite Alison Hodgkinson hitting 51 as the hosts scored 128 for six, England reached their target with something to spare, a half-century from Sarah Taylor setting them on course to clinch the win with 17 balls remaining.
Heather Knight took a brace of wickets and then scored an unbeaten half-century as England Women beat South Africa Women by five wickets to complete a 3-0 One-Day International series clean sweep.
Knight returned figures of two for 15 and Arran Brindle two for 20 as South Africa Women were held to 181 for nine before Knight and Lydia Greenway passed 50 as England reached their target with seven overs to spare.
Twin centuries from Lydia Greenway and Arran Brindle set England Women on course for a 62-run win over South Africa Women in the first One-Day International in Potchefstroom.
Greenway was unbeaten on 125 and Brindle on 107 as England scored 297 for three before dismissing South Africa for 235 in reply to ensure Charlotte Edwards led her side to victory in her 150th ODI appearance.