80mins: The final whistle blows and South Africa celebrate a convincing victory that will go some way to silencing their critics at home, while Scotland are left to reconsider their gameplan for the second Test.
There were few opportunities for Scotland in Durban
78mins: CONVERSION South Africa 36-16 Scotland
Chris Paterson curls in a fine kick from wide on the left.
76mins: TRY South Africa 36-14 Scotland
Simon Webster touches down in the corner after Scotland at last work the ball wide from hands.
69mins: PENALTY South Africa 36-9 Scotland
Percy Montgomery makes no mistake after South Africa win a penalty in front of the posts.
63mins: TRY South Africa 33-9 Scotland
Percy Montgomery weaves his way through several tackles and over the line to finish a sweeping move but fails to add the conversion.
61mins: PENALTY South Africa 28-9 Scotland
Percy Montgomery fires over a kick from in front of the posts after Nathan Hines is penalised.
54mins: CONVERSION South Africa 25-9 Scotland
Percy Montgomery slots over another simple kick.
53mins: TRY South Africa 23-9 Scotland
Andre Snyman touches down after Jean De Villiers breaks through a weak tackle from Dan Parks.
44mins: PENALTY South Africa 18-9 Scotland
Chris Paterson slots over another simple kick after a Scots maul in front of the posts.
Half-time: South Africa 18-6 Scotland
40mins: The half-time whistle blows with South Africa well in control and Scotland being overpowered by their physical approach.
32mins: PENALTY South Africa 18-6 Scotland
Percy Montgomery slots over another penalty after some consisent South African pressure.
28mins: Hugo Southwell produces a superb try-saving tackle to deny Fourie du Preez.
25mins: PENALTY South Africa 15-6 Scotland
Chris Paterson puts Scotland back into the game with a straight-forward kick after Victor Matfield is caught offside.
23mins: Percy Montgomery misses a long-range penalty effort after some ragged play from Scotland.
18mins: TRY South Africa 15-3 Scotland
Straight from the kick-off, South Africa break clear and Breyton Paulse is given the verdict after touching down in the corner. Percy Montgomery this time misses his conversion attempt.
17mins: CONVERSION South Africa 11-3 Scotland
Percy Montgomery plants his kick through the posts from wide on the South African left.
16mins: TRY South Africa 8-3 Scotland
Simon McDowell is consulted again immediately but this time gives the try to Schalk Burger.
15mins: The much heavier Springbok pack pushes the Scots across their own line, but no try is given as a result of the maul after consultation with video referee Simon McDowell.
8mins: PENALTY South Africa 3-3 Scotland
Chris Paterson puts Scotland level with a kick from wide on the left after a penalty is won after a fine move inspired by Sean Lamont.
3mins: PENALTY South Africa 3-0 Scotland
Percy Montgomery puts South Africa ahead with a penalty in front of the posts after the Scots are caught offside.
1404: Scotland are in all navy blue, South Africa in their traditional green shirts and white shorts as the visitors kick off.
1400: Flower of Scotland rings out round the ABSA Stadium on a warm, sunny day in Durban.
Scotland aim to build on their superb Six Nations form with a first victory in South Africa when they take on the Springboks in Durban on Saturday.
The Scots lost two tight Tests on their last visit in 2003, but the Boks are unbeaten in their last 10 home Tests.
Scotland have brought open-side flanker Donnie Macfadyen into their back row with Simon Taylor injured, Ali Hogg moving across to number eight.
Seven leading players return for South Africa including captain John Smit.
Wing Breyton Paulse, scrum-half Fourie du Preez, prop Os du Randt, lock Victor Matfield, and flankers Schalk Burger and Juan Smith also come into the side.
South Africa: P Montgomery; B Paulse, J Fourie, J de Villiers, A Snyman; J van der Westhuyzen, F du Preez; O du Randt, J Smit (capt), E Andrews, D Rossouw, V Matfield, S Burger, J Smith, J van Niekerk.
Replacements: H Shimange, L Sephaka, J Muller, P Wannenburg, E Januarie, W Olivier, G du Toit.
Scotland: H Southwell; C Paterson, M Di Rollo, A Henderson, S Lamont; D Parks, M Blair; G Kerr, S Lawson, B Douglas, N Hines, S Murray, J White (capt), D Macfadyen, A Hogg.
Replacements: D Hall, C Smith, A Kellock, K Brown, S Pinder, G Ross, S Webster.
Referee: Donal Courtney (Ireland)