Opener Lizelle Lee smashed her second consecutive half-century to power the Proteas Women to a convincing nine-wicket win over Pakistan on Thursday, which saw the hosts clinch the T20 International series 3-2.
Lee had hit a quick-fire 60 off 31 balls on Wednesday to help South Africa level the series 2-2 at Willowmoore Park in Benoni.
And on Thursday at the same venue, the hard-hitting right-hander produced the goods once more, after the visitors could only muster 125/5 in their 20 overs.
Captain Suné Luus and her team went all the way to the last over on Wednesday, when Shabnim Ismail struck a six to win the match, but there was no such drama on Thursday.
Fellow opener Tamzin Brits was dismissed for nine, but after that, Lee and Nadine de Klerk took charge.