West Indies captain Jason Holder has urged his failing side to muster all the pride they can and come back strongly in the two final one-day internationals of the five-match series.
The Caribbean side conceded the series yesterday when they went down by nine wickets in the third game at Buffalo Park, after a feeble performance with the bat.
Holder, in his first series as skipper, said the only thing left to motivate the Windies would be their sense of national pride.
West Indies didn’t show up yesterday. They were dismissed for a paltry 122 off 33.4 overs, after winning the toss and opting to bat first.
Only vice-captain Marlon Samuels with 26 managed to pass 20 as West Indies slumped to 96 for nine at one stage.
In reply, they got Rilee Roussouw cheaply for seven but opener Hashim Amla, with 61 not out, and Faf du Plessis, with 51, stroked half-centuries to see the hosts home comfortably.
South Africa lead the five-match series 3-0.