That's job done for South Africa! Joseph skips out of the crease to attack a length delivery outside off and misses the ball completely and Klaasen completes a simple stumping. South Africa have won by 284 runs!
2.20pm South Africa players lift the trophy, there are cheers all around. A comprehensive win in the end to complete a 2-0 series sweep. There's a three-game ODI series to come between these two teams starting on March 16, followed by three T20Is. But that's all the action from this game and the Test series. This is me, Abhimanyu, signing off on behalf of Deivarayan Muthu, Venkat Raghav and everyone else from ESPNcricinfo. Bye everyone!
2.05pm Time for the presentation ceremony.
Temba Bavuma, the winning skipper and player of the match: "Good to see that the people came out on Saturday to witness us taking the trophy. Very satisfied. I've come in when the team needs to rebuild, I am glad I was able to convert. Hopefully more of those to come, not us being 10 for 2, but me converting. Happy to contribute to our cause. I think from the time we made the decision about the composition of the team, coming here to the Wanderers, we were hoping the conditions would end up playing this way and fortunately we got it right. The guys played their role. Simon, Kesh they played really well. It's a big conversation, I think I've said my part and other people have waxed lyrical about it. We have built a team that gives the fans something to be proud of but unfortunately we will only be donning Test whites in December. We want to play as much Test cricket as possible."
Aiden Markram is the player of the tournament: "Yeah it's satisfying. We were all chasing a series win and as a collective, we were really good. I think it was a bit too much desperation. I had a chat with Neil McKenzie and he said he would still not be satisfied with a hundred. I had to go on and score more. That's what Temba's pushing for now. He wants guys to do well, he wants contributions to be match-winning contributions. That's what he did. If he made 100, the match would be on the balance but he made 172 to give us the advantage. That's what he is pushing for"
West Indies captain, Kraigg Brathwaite: "Looking back, bowlers got 40 wickets in the series. That's a good accomplishment. Batting wise, we weren't good enough. We didn't score enough runs, as simple as that. They are a very good attack. Away from home we haven't scored enough runs. I still think we are making some good steps. Looking at the first Test, we were in some good positions, but we crumbled. Bowling wise, I think at some crucial times we were still too expensive. We've got to be good enough batting wise. The next step would be against India at home. Away from home, we need to improve. Technically, yes we need to work on our flaws. But mind needs to be in the right place. It's all about the grind. Test cricket can be tough. When we are on the pitch, we need to do it. We have done it before. Against England at home and away. We've got to show that we are top batsmen and we haven't done that. [On his performances] Extremely disappointed, especially today. I was feeling quite good but dismissed early. As a leader I like to lead from the front, and it didn't happen this series. Next series, I've got to be better."
1.50pm That will be that! Handshakes all around as South Africa wrap up a 2-0 series sweep. They have made short work of West Indies today, skittling them for 106 after Bavuma's marathon innings yesterday set up a 391-run target for the visitors. Simon Harmer finishes with three wickets, so does Coetzee in this innings. Rabada and Maharaj share two each. Maharaj, of course, had to be stretchered off just before lunch. At lunch yesterday, West Indies had hopes of knocking South Africa over cheaply, but by lunch today, South Africa had all but won the game. Jason Holder and Joshua Da Silva came out counterattacking in the afternoon session, but Coetzee castled both of them. Alzarri Joseph hit a couple of sixes, but South Africa were largely untroubled today. Dominant display by South Africa's bowlers today on an atypically dry Wanderers pitch.
Lunch: "POM Bavuma and POS Markram?" If it were up to me, I would say yes! We will find out soon enough, though.
Fired down on a length outside leg from over the wicket, it slides down
Gudakesh Motie is West Indies' No. 11
Slashed to deep third! On a length and wide, Roach throws his bat at it but can only slice it to Keegan Petersen, who takes a simple, low catch
Fired in full, but slides down leg
Full on off, Roach defends
Full, wide and Roach squeezes it out to point
Back of a length delivery outside off that's leaving Roach. He chases it, but the ball flies past
Thanks Deiva, although all control right now seems to lie with South Africa! Here's Coetzee, over the wicket to Roach. Three slips and a short leg in place
1.45pm Time for drinks. Time for Abhimanyu to take over the controls.
pushed through flatter and faster on off stump, defended back to Harmer
Harmer slows it up and pushes it wider of off. Joseph gets hold of it and slogs it over midwicket for six more
shorter, faster, sliding into the top of off. Joseph goes on the back foot and blocks it back to Harmer
Joseph clears Rabada at the deep midwicket boundary. Flighted outside off, down the track and mowed over the leg side
chipped in the air and through de Zorzi at short leg
Dropped by Rabada in the outfield. That should've been taken. Floated up outside off, Joseph drops down to one knee and slog-sweeps it in the air. Rabada runs across to his left from deep midwicket, gets into a side-on position and drops it
145ks, kicks up from a short of a length and surprises Joseph. Spliced in the air over gully
very full and angling down the leg side. Joseph can't get bat on ball
another short ball angling in towards the throat. Joseph ducks under this too
full and outside off, 151ks, Joseph drives it competently to midwicket on the front foot
StevO: "Must say Harmer has been pretty unlucky considering he only has two wickets. Must have beaten the bat or just missed the stumps close to 20 times."
Joseph ducks underneath this bouncer on leg stump
just short of a good length and holds its line outside off, 141ks. Joseph jumps on top of the bounce and punches it through the covers with a high elbow
full and turning into off stump, played back to Harmer
Has any player had a bigger gap between Test centuries than Temba Bavuma?
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|J Da Silva||bowled||34||52|
|G Motie||not out||0||1|
|Extras||(b 1, nb 1)|
|Total||106(10 wkts; 35.1 ovs)|