The Proteas have taken a 2-0 series lead against India with a 134-run victory in the second one-day international in Durban.
Quinton de Kock scored his second ODI century to help South Africa beat India by 141 runs at the Wanderers on Thursday.
Following South Africa pulling off their first win of the series, Proteas captain AB de Villiers has expressed his disappointment with the team.
Jacques Kallis, who hasn't played in a one-day international since 2012, has begun a bid to earn a place in the 2015 Cricket World Cup squad.
South Africa cricket captain Graeme Smith looks back with pride at his team's achievements on the road.
South Africa's seven-year unbeaten away record has remained intact with an innings and 92-run win over Pakistan in the second and final Test.
Cricket's dismal administrators eclipse the SA captain's ability to make a double century and rouse his team in the second Test against Pakistan.
On the opening day of the second Test against Pakistan, Imran Tahir's five-wicket haul has given the Proteas an early advantage.
The Proteas could be without Hashim Amla for next week's second Test against Pakistan as he returned to SA for the birth of his second child.
World number one South Africa will hold most of the aces against an erratic Pakistan when the teams open a two-Test series from Monday.
It pays to be unpredictable against the Proteas - the worldâ€™s best Test cricket team at present - but South Africa is not feeling the heat.
Having been away from competitive cricket for close to three months, Proteas fast bowler Dale Steyn is fit and ready for a long summer of cricket.
With their confidence rattled in Sri Lanka, the Proteas must dig deep to find their way back to aplomb.
Common perceptions of Russell Domingo may be strongly challenged in the weeks and months ahead as SA's new cricket coach takes over.
Julius Malema walks the lonely road to court, the Proteas take a lonely flight home and SA spooked by UK spies.
The Proteas lost to England in the Champions Trophy semifinal at the Oval simply because they played badly, not because they choked.
With three knockout games to go, South Africa's cricketers need to stay strong and stick to the plan, writes Neil Manthorp.
Hashim Amla has hailed the Proteas, that played without Dale Steyn and MornĂ© Morkel, for returning to its winning ways at the Champions Trophy.
The Proteas are also losing unsung coaching colossus Rob Walter, but SA cricket will survive.
Gary Kirsten says there is no easy recipe for success in the ICC Champions Trophy, ahead of his swansong tour as Proteas head coach.