•Zintle Mpupha scored first, in the fourth minute, off the back of a great maul for a 5-0 lead.
•Kenya won their opening match 29-20 against Madagascar and will now play Cameroon in their final match on Sunday.
Kenya Lionesses were put to the sword as they suffered a 48-0 humiliation against South Africa in the Rugby Africa Women's Cup tournament in Madagascar on Wednesday
The South Africans scored eight tries in an all-around performance at Stade Makis in Antananarivo to secure their second win. South Africa thrashed Cameroon 87-0 in their opening match on Saturday
Zintle Mpupha scored first, in the fourth minute, off the back of a great maul for a 5-0 lead.
Nomawethu Mabenge, who touched down four tries, scored her first try in the 14th minute and 10 minutes later for South Africa's 19-0 lead.
The dominant women's Bok team continued with their ascendancy with Sizophila Solontsi, Chumisa Qawe and Mabenge scoring a try each for a 34-0 lead at halftime.
On resumption, Mpupha scored her second try in the 49th minute after some great interplay between forwards and backs, despite Lusanda Dumke being shown a yellow card.
Mabenge and Unam Tose followed Dumke to the sin-bin, which allowed Kenya to apply some pressure courtesy of a string of penalties against the Bok Women, but the South African defence held firm.
Kenya finished the game strongly, but the South Africans' energy never waned and they kept their Eastern African opponents under pressure with very good defence. With time almost up on the clock, Mabenge added her fourth and Boks' eighth try.
Kenya won their opening match 29-20 against Madagascar and will now play Cameroon in their final match on Sunday.