T20: Zimbabwe beat South Africa by 29 runs
Fast bowler Chris Mpofu took 3-20 and legspinner Graeme Cremer 3-29 to hold the South Africans, while seamer Richard Muzhange finished with 2-28 on debut.
Colin Ingram top-scored for the under-strength Proteas with 48 but Cremer claimed three wickets in two overs to start South Africa's slide.
Sibanda (58) and Masakadza (55 from 39 balls) combined for a 114-run opening stand to set up Zimbabwe's second straight win.
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Date 09-10-13, Duration 0:40, Views 22186