JOHANNESBURG - Dale Steyn struck with the second new ball to secure a 211-run win for South Africa before lunch on the fourth day of the first Test against Pakistan at the Wanderers Stadium.
Steyn dismissed overnight batsmen Asad Shafiq and Misbah-ul-Haq inside his first three overs with the new ball to sweep away the last serious resistance by the tourists.
He also took the last two wickets to finish with 5-52 and match figures of 11-60.
Wicketkeeper AB de Villiers held five catches to add to the six he took in the first innings.
He equalled the world record set by Jack Russell for England against South Africa on the same ground in 1995/96.
He also became the first player in Test history to make a century and claim ten or more dismissals in a match after hitting an unbeaten 103 in the second innings.
Graeme Smith, captaining a South African Test side for the 100th time, said his men had achieved a peak of excellence on the second day when they bowled out Pakistan for 49 and then stretched their lead beyond 400 with solid batting.
"Day two was the standard," he said. "We reached the height that we can achieve as a team." Staying at that level was the challenge.
"To keep backing up performances is the key for us. We have to focus on keeping standards high."