South Africa claimed a convincing 107-run victory as England collapsed again on the fourth day of the first Test in Centurion.
The tourists, needing to complete a record chase of 376, resumed on 121-1 but were bowled out for 268, with Kagiso Rabada taking 4-103.
A collapse of 7-64 sealed victory for South Africa, despite 84 from Rory Burns and Joe Root’s 48.
The second Test of the four-match series begins on Friday in Cape Town.
It would have required a huge effort from England to secure victory on a wearing pitch but once the second new ball was taken, wickets fell quickly.
Source: African News Agency