The Blitzboks bagged their second win on Day One of the London leg of the World Sevens Series when they beat Canada 17-7 on Saturday.
Earlier in the day, the Blitzboks cruised past Russia and secured a 31-0 victory in their Pool D match.
The Blitzboks led 7-0 at the break against Canada and scored three tries to make it two out of two on the first day of the two-day tournament.
Two from two and the Blitzboks have booked their spot in the quarter finals of the London 7s. Samoa up next after a hard fought win over @RugbyCanada @Dylan_Sage11 @CastleLagerSA @ASICS_ZA @FNBSA pic.twitter.com/TbV00tTNC0
Canada only visited the Blitzboks' in-goal area once in the match, when Harry Jones scored a second-half try.
The Blitzboks' last game pool-stage game is at 5.04 pm (SA time) against Samoa.
The knockout rounds will be played on Sunday.
South Africa: Tries: Ryan Oosthuizen, Philip Snyman, Werner Kok
Conversion: Branco du Preez
Canada: Try: Harry Jones
Conversion: Nathan Hirayama