Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla scored unbeaten knocks of 168 and 110 respectively as South Africa chased down 279 runs against Bangladesh with 10 wickets in hand in the 43rd over in the first One-Day International in Kimberley.
Openers Aiden Markram and Matthew Breetzke played handy knocks as South African Invitational XI chased down 256 runs against Bangladesh in the 47th over with six wickets in hand in the tour game in Bloemfontein.
South Africa speedster Kagiso Rabada has climbed to the third position in the International Cricket Council Rankings for bowlers following his stellar performance in the second Test against Bangladesh in Bloemfontein.
Kagiso Rabada picked a 10-wicket haul as South Africa bowled out Bangladesh for 172 runs in their second innings as they completed a victory by an innings and 254 runs in the second Test in Bloemfontein to wrap up the series 2-0.
Kagiso Rababa and Duanne Olivier shared eight wickets between them as South Africa bowled out Bangladesh for 147 runs in the first innings and later enforced the follow-on at stumps on day two of the second and final Test in Bloemfontein.
Dean Elgar and Aiden Markram slammed centuries while Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis followed it with fluent knocks as well to help South Africa post 428 for three at stumps on day one of the second Test against Bangladesh in Bloemfontein.
Keshav Maharaj and Kagiso Rabada shared seven wickets between them as South Africa bowled out Bangladesh for 90 runs in the second innings to complete a 333 run victory in the first Test in Potchefstroom on Monday.
Rain played spoilsport washing out the final session of play after Bangladesh were restricted to 49 for three in a chase of 424 runs on the fourth day of the first Test between the two teams in Potchefstroom.
After South Africa managed to bowl out Bangladesh for 320 runs, they added 54 runs in the second innings with a loss of two wickets to stretch their lead to 230 runs at stumps on day three of the first Test in Potchefstroom.
Dean Elgar and Hashim Amla scored 199 and 137 runs respectively as South Africa declared their innings at 496 for three following which the Proteas restricted Bangladesh to 127 for three at stumps on day two of the first Test in Potchefstroom.