From the start, it was Amajita all the way dominating possession, with a performance that counts as their best at the championship. The South Africans never bothered by the fact that there was nothing at stake, totally outplaying the Zambians in the battle between two teams from the same region.
Forwards Dumisani Zuma and Tyroane Sandows enjoyed a perfect partnership posing a lot of troubles for the Zambian rear which revolved around Peter Mulenga, Kapota Kayawe, on Boyd Mkandawire and Alex Mwamba.
Nine minutes on, a Zambian counter resulted in the equalizer when South African defender Kabelo Seriba headed into his own net after a seemingly harmless cross from Mulenga from the right flew past goalie Sibongiseni Mkhize.
A spirited performance from Amajita in the second half compelled the Zambians to chase their shadows. The Junior Chipolopolo were let down by the defence splitting passes of the South Africans leading to four goals.
On 57 minutes, Sandows made it 2-1 finishing off an assist by Zuma to confirm their dominance.
The swift counter attack of the South Africans made it difficult for the Zambians to contain and the results started to pour in.
Three minutes past the hour mark, Sandows crossed to Zuma, who slotted home for the third goal before Sandows scored his second of the game three minutes with a cheeky shot after Zuma had laid onto his path.
Three minutes from time, Sandows completed his hat-trick from yet another counter, found himself face-to-face before firing past Zambian goalie Mkhize for the fifth goal.
Just on the stroke full time, Charles Zulu grabbed a consolation for the Zambians to ensure the game finished 5-2.
In other match in M’Bour, Mali beat Ghana 1-0 to maintain their winning momentum. Defender Ichaka Diarra 18th minute header from a corner separated the two sides.
Mali finished on nine points, three points richer than Ghana. South Africa bowed out with three points and Zambia pointless in that order.