South Africa will record their first home Test series win over Australia since the end of apartheid, having successfully batted the tourists out of the contest in Johannesburg.
Distraught and disappointed coach Darren Lehmann admits both he and Australia's cricket team have to change, vowing to oversee a cultural overhaul in response to the ball-tampering scandal.
Darren Lehmann remains coach, but disgraced Australian cricketers Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft will soon return home from South Africa as the fallout continues from the ball-tampering bombshell.
Australia's stand-skipper Tim Paine won't blame the ball-tampering scandal for a humiliating collapse of 10-50, which led to South Africa winning the third Test by a record-breaking 322 runs.
Tim Paine has criticised South Africa for levelling "blatantly untrue" accusations at David Warner, saying his vice-captain had every right to be fired up based on the unacceptably inappropriate behaviour of Quinton de Kock.
Former South Africa spinner Paul Harris has labelled David Warner an on-field bully, suggesting Australia's vice-captain has dished out his fair share of personal abuse.