12.05pm: It's been a Kingsmead corker, with England fizzing into the lead in this four-match series - you can read all about the champagne moment in Gnasher's report. South Africa only have a couple of days to regroup but they will do so at fortress Cape Town; we'll be back to bring you every ball of what should be another lip-smacking encounter. Thanks for your comments, as ever, and don't forget to join us again for the second Test starting on Saturday. Cheerio!
11.55am: Right, the players have left their spikes in the dressing rooms and are back on the field for the presentations. South Africa captain Hashim Amla: [Elgar performance] "It was great to see Dean at his best, the grit he showed and we're really happy with him. Can't fault the efforts of the bowlers, they've been exceptional in India, through the heat here as well, hats off to them. [Bowling first?] The pitch didn't do as much as we thought it might but at 40 for 3 you would definitely take that, our bowlers did well but our first innings let us down. I think it's more confidence, the only way you can do that is to get the runs. Players like myself need to get some runs and some confidence for the team. [Changes for Cape Town?] Dale Steyn is injured so I think there will be a replacement coming in for him and then we'll see what the selectors do. [England] They played really well, the series is going to be good and we'll be aiming to come back in Cape Town."
Bit of breaking news amid the post-match interviews: South Africa have added Quinton de Kock and Chris Morris to their squad for the second Test.
England captain Alastair Cook: "Yeah, the lads played really well, first morning was tough conditions to bat in, I thought Nick Compton coming back into Test cricket, he was a rock for us to bat around and then the way the bowlers performed was fantastic. We feel comfortable bowling in any conditions, it was quite similar to the UAE as it got slower and slower, aiming for off stump, so it was pretty easy to captain the guys. [Anderson fitness?] Reports are good, he's been bowling quite a lot and doing the rehab. It's a tough decision in some ways, the guys played really well but he's got 420 Test wickets. Time to prepare for Cape Town. We'll enjoy this afternoon but we know what a strong side SA are, the lads have done the hard work and really prepared for this tour. Thanks to all the supporters who followed us here, as always."
And Moeen Ali is named Man of the Match for his seven-wicket haul: [Pitch perfect for you?] "It was good but I still had a lot of work to do. I had the mindset to keep it tight for the guys but it was good to get some wickets. It's been tough but I'm really enjoying it. [Want to bat higher?] Not really, it's always nice to bat with the middle order but I feel at No. 8 I can come in and change the momentum of the game. I like to think of myself as an attacking spinner but it was nice to not go for many runs, too."
11.45am: It took less than a session, South Africa's famous will to not let the opposition win quickly broken. They've been Durbaned again, their fifth defeat in six Tests here, and the cracks in the XI appear gaping. England, by contrast, are a tight little right little unit and have secured a rare victory in the first Test of a series overseas. The first couple of days were fairly even but England then stretched their legs to dish out a comprehensive walloping. And there will now be just two days for the teams to turn around and lock horns again in Cape Town. Just how many of the South Africa side get to make back-to-back appearances remains to be seen - the last time they lost three Tests in a row was 2009.
"How can South Africa be the world's number 1 team, given the clear frailties in their batting? Incapable of winning a test against Bangladesh [ed's note: it rained a lot], annihilated by India, being thrashed by England.... their reign at the top will soon come to an end." They've unquestionably been the best over the last three or four years, Richard Slater. Will take the rankings a while to catch up with such a sharp slump
Ah, well, he won't be facing Moeen... Stuart Broad is limbering up again. Maybe we will get that first-baller
"And now Amla, Elgar, van Zyl and Peidt have been out in the 2nd, 4th, 5th and 6th ball." So what you're saying, Sha Mith, is we need one from the first ball to round things off nicely?
"This is my 25th comment in this match and not the single got published.. so basically me and Broad are on 25 for 0... hope me n broad gets 1 before this match ends." Keep plugging away, rajendr. It's all about good areas
Another chance for Moeen to finish things off