Bafana saw off the Wild Dogs via goals from Kermit Erasmus, debutant Percy Tau and Andile Jali at Moses Mabhida Stadium.
The result extended Bafana's unbeaten run to 16 matches, bettering the mark set between September 1994 to January 1996, when they were finally defeated by Ruud Krol’s Egypt in the African Nations Cup pool stages. However, they still went on to claim the title on home soil.
Bafana's last loss was with a ‘C’ side in an African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier at home to Angola in October 2015.
The likes of Wandisile Letlabika, Levy Mokgothu, Mlungisi Mbunjana and Roggert Nyundu, not players in the normal course of things that would be considered for national team duty, got a run that day.
Bafana can extend their unbeaten record when they host Angola in East London on Tuesday in what will be interim coach Owen da Gama's last game in charge before handing over the reins to Shakes Mashaba's permanent successor.