South Africa took a 2-0 lead in the three-match series with a six-wicket win after restricting Zimbabwe to 132 for seven in their 20 overs
While Tahir remains their ace spinner, South Africa have remained adamant at managing Tahir’s workload to have him in best shape at the next year’s WC
Tahir took five for 23 as South Africa, defending a modest total of 160 for six, bowled out the tourists for 126.
Rabada, who is also ranked second in Tests, has moved up three spots to take sixth position after grabbing five wickets in two matches
South Africa completed a 3-0 sweep in a series which was as much about giving opportunities to fringe players as it was about beating their neighbours
Steyn's batting rescued South Africa from a precarious 101 for seven but it was his fast bowling that probably impressed coach Ottis Gibson the most.
South Africa also struggled on a pitch of variable and occasionally steep bounce, losing their first four wickets for 58 runs while chasing 118
Steyn, 35, has not played in one-day internationals since October 2016.
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