Captain AB de Villiers has been suspended for the remainder of the ODI series against New Zealand after South Africa's over-rate contravention in Paarl.
De Villiers' side were adjudged six overs short of their target, with the skipper pleading guilty to the offence. The entire team was subsequently fined 100 percent of their match fees.
The error was deemed a serious over-rate offence, for which De Villiers received two suspension points - and a two-match ban. He will receive a sanction of between two and eight suspension points if guilty of a second offence in the next 12 months.
The rest of the XI were fined 10 percent of their match fees for each of the first two overs short and 20 percent for every additional over not bowled in the allotted time.
The Black Caps lead the series after a tight one-wicket win in Paarl, where all-rounder James Franklin's fighting 47 not out ensured a vital lead in the three-match affair.
The left-handed David Miller will replace De Villiers in the squad for ODIs two and three in Kimberley and Potchefstroom on Tuesday and Friday respectively. Batsman Faf du Plessis will lead the side after vice-captain Hashim Amla opted out of the stand-in role.
"Hashim, who was next in line, asked not to be considered for the captaincy so that he can concentrate on his batting and we felt we should accede to his request," said convener of selectors Andrew Hudson.
"That left Faf as the logical choice after the good job he did in the T20I series. Losing AB for the remainder of the series is obviously a big blow to us, particularly as he is still growing in the captaincy and needs every opportunity.
"At the same time it is an opportunity for David, who has been on the fringes of our thinking. He is a superb finisher and did very well for Yorkshire in last year's England domestic T20 competition."