South Africa won a one-off Test against Zimbabwe by nine wickets on the fourth day in Harare.
The hosts were bowled out for 181 in their second innings, with debutant Dane Piedt taking four of 48 and seamers Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel grabbing three wickets apiece.
Chasing just 41 for victory, the Proteas polished off their runs in 10.4 overs.
|H Masakadza||c De Villiers||b M Morkel||19||37||35|
|Sibanda||c and b Piedt||45||192||111|
|Taylor||c Elgar||b Piedt||5||12||9|
|Chakabva||b M Morkel||15||29||23|
|Williams||c Duminy||b M Morkel||3||34||19|
|Mutumbami||c De Kock||b Steyn||43||86||69|
|Nyumbu||c and b Piedt||13||78||52|
|Extras||1nb 0w 2b 7lb||10|
Zimbabwe resumed on 28-1 and made slow but steady progress as they scored 52 runs in the morning session, losing only nightwatchman Donald Tiripano (5) to debutant spinner Piedt in the process.
However they crumbled after lunch, losing five wickets for 26 runs in 10 overs, with Piedt picking up the key wickets of opener Vusi Sibanda (45) and captain Brendan Taylor (5).
Dane Piedt has become the 2nd South African spin-bowler after Ian Smith (7 v Eng 1947) to take 7 or more wicket on debut Test match. #ZimvSA— Cricket Record (@cricinfo_record) August 12, 2014
Keeper Richmond Mutumbami offered some resistance with 43. However, Steyn had him caught behind before Piedt picked up his ninth wicket of the match as John Nyumbu offered a return catch.
Steyn wrapped up proceedings by clean-bowling No. 11 Tinashe Panyangara before Faf du Plessis hit the winning runs.
Dale Steyn (383 wKt) now level with Sir Ian Botham's 383 wkt tally in Tests. Steyn reach the mark in 142 inns while Botham 168 inns. #ZimvSA— Cricket Record (@cricinfo_record) August 12, 2014