South Africa 2-0 Angola: Inspired home side sinks Angola
Goal : South Africa scored its first two goals of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, which sealed a vital 2-0 win against Angola in Durban on Wednesday evening.
A first half volley from central defender Siyabonga Sagweni put the home side into the lead and substitute Lehlohonolo Majoro scored the second which gave the AFCON host three crucial points in Group A.
South Africa made five changes to the side which started against Cape Verde, with Gordon Igesund focusing on providing the promise of attacking football, giving starts to the likes of Tokelo Rantie, Tsepo Masilela, Katlelgo Mphela and May Mahlangu. Dean Furman was also handed a chance to stabilize the midfield with his accurate passing and consistent tackling.