Chris Woakes and Ben Stokes dismissed South Africa’s opening batsmen as England headed for a series scooping victory on the fourth day of the fourth and final Test at the Wanderers Stadium.
In dare need of making 466 to win, South Africa were 90 for two at lunch, while Pieter Malan and Dean Elgar launched an impressive start for the hosts, by bringing on 39 for the first wicket.
That saw their side through to the mid-morning drinks break, which was followed by Malan who drove at the first ball after drinks and edged Chris Woakes to Ben Stokes at second slip after making 22.
Rassie van der Dussen was given out leg before wicket to Woakes in the same over but a review showed the ball was going over the stumps.
Van der Dussen proceeded with some attacking strokes and took charge of a second-wicket stand of 50 with Elgar.
Elgar later fell in the penultimate over, that was before lunch after grinding out an innings of 24 of 73 balls. An effort to pull against Stokes looped off a top edge and provided the bowler with an easy catch.
The series was led by England 2-1.