7.24pm That's that, then. Both teams head into the World Cup, with a contrasting run of fortunes in white-ball cricket. South Africa flex their all-round muscles, while Sri Lanka look a little lost about combinations, form and other such questions. For the moment, it's goodbye from Wanderers. This is Debayan Sen, signing off on behalf of scorer Thilak Gowda and the rest of the crew here at ESPNcricinfo. Go on and follow Delhi vs Mumbai in the IPL, or the Australian chase of another 280-plus target in Sharjah. Andrew Fidel Fernando's report should land here soon enough as well. Goodbye for now!
JP Duminy: "(On winning 3-0) Certainly is satisfying. It was nice to get over the line in Cape Town. Pretty convincing in Pretoria and again today. We set the game up nicely in the first 10 overs, and give ourselves a good chance to back up the last 10 overs. We executed well against their bowlers. Probably didn't do that as well in the first match. I think individuals have taken up the opportunities well. Dwaine batting at number 3 did that well today. We want to continue to see that growth. (Victory for him, recovering from shoulder surgery) There were a few anxious weeks coming into the first game, but there's a good support structure around you. To be able to come back and perform to my best is nice. Still got a couple of weeks now, try to build that confidence and go to the World Cup. (Five trophies out of six in the summer) We'll take that. That's pretty much close to 100 percent, so that's still pretty good."
Reeza Hendricks wins the player of the series award :"Yeah, it's been a dry run in the ODI series, but it was important to keep believing. It worked well, and a few guys contributed at different times. Scoring runs and contributing is good. He (Pretorius) played really well. He cleared the boundary with ease and that made things easier for me."
Dwaine Pretorius is the player of the match: "Really enjoyed (batting at 3). (About whether he was frustrated about lack of opportunities) Not really, the top order has simply been phenomenal. (77 off last 5 overs) Duminy's striking was something special, and he cleared the boundary beautifully. He took care of Malinga. (Wicket off first ball) That doesn't happen a lot, and I was happy to contribute to the team winning."
Lasith Malinga, speaks to Mike Haysman: "(On the South Africans) These kinds of wickets, we needed to restrict them to 170-180. We started well, but then they got the partnerships. We lacked the partnerships. As captain, we need to get more breakthroughs. We get one wicket (today) but then they got a partnership. Over the tournament, we kept losing wickets. Someone needs to pick getting wickets. (Playing in South Africa) They are good in home conditions. They know the ground situations and have a good line-up for the World Cup. They have talented players, and that's why they have been successful in ODIs and T20s. As cricketers, we have to realise what we have to do looking forward. We have a good support staff, and they have to get mentally prepared to handle situations. (On Test series) That's the really huge plus point from this tour."
7.04pm It would be romantic to suggest Sri Lanka here have been hard done by with the DLS revision, but truth is their innings went off the rails when they lost four wickets for just 19 runs right at the top. There was a brief, brilliant resistance from Isuru Udana, but Andile Phehlukwayo was quick to extinguish any lingering hopes that Sri Lanka had with four wickets in this match. South Africa were more clinical right through this white-ball section, and tonight was the perfect illustration of that. Presentation to follow, as South Africa celebrate the perfect ending to their cricketing home summer
Lakmal is batting in Durban at the moment. He's that far from the ball
Jacob W.: "I predicted in the first match that Phehlukwayo will get the man of the series award. Will the prediction come true?"
Sipamla is back
Rifdhy: "Udana is out for the first time in this T20 series What an entertainment he gave the fans when the whole team was falling apart.."
Andile tightening the screws for the hosts...
Little mist across the field as Malinga takes strike
Shamsi is the first bowler to have bowled out then
55 needed off 20. More pertinently, need a big hit soon
Pieter Krypto: "Who ever between Protorius and Sipamla that is going to bowl that extra over is gonna be key . Great match .Rain made it better .... "