Chasing 426 to win, New Zealand were bowled out for 227 against South Africa as the two-match Test series ended in 1-1 draw.
At stumps on Day 3, South Africa were 140/5 in their second innings with Kyle Verreyne 22 and Wiaan Mulder 10 in the middle.
New Zealand end an 18-year Test drought against South Africa with an innings and 276-run win. Catch NZ vs SA, 1st Test stats highlights.
Matt Henry and Tim Southee bagged five-wicket hauls in first and second innings respectively against South Africa as New Zealand won by an innings and 276 runs.
Henry Nicholls scored 105 runs while Tom Blundell contributed with 96 as New Zealand took a 387-run first innings lead.
Matt Henry’s performance is the second best on New Zealand soil behind Erapalli Prasanna's eight for 76 at Auckland in 1976.
New Zealand coach Gary Stead has recalled batsman Hamish Rutherford, who last played a Test in 2015. Trent Boult will also miss first Test.