Kane Williamson, ex-captain of New Zealand, set a record by scoring his 32nd Test century in the second match between the Black Caps and South Africa. 

Williamson secured New Zealand's seven-wicket victory over South Africa, marking their first series triumph against the Proteas in Test cricket. 

Williamson led the Black Caps in their 267-run chase, scoring 133 runs to secure a 2-0 series victory. 

During the second test match, which was played against South Africa, New Zealand smashed a substantial number of records. 

Williamson had an unbroken partnership of 152 runs with Will Young on Day 4 of the 2nd Test against South Africa. 

Williamson broke the record for the quickest player to score 32 hundreds in Test cricket, surpassing Australia's Steve Smith. 

Williamson also equalised with Pakistan's Younis Khan, making five fourth-inning centuries in Test cricket. 

Test cricket's highest score in the fourth innings: England's record, which has stood for 83 years, continues to be unbroken.