Kingston finished the final round as darkness set in after an
earlier rain delay at the Pearl Valley Golf Estates course. The
South African finished at 4-under 284 overall.
"You dream about this, but I never thought it would ever
happen," Kingston said. "When I saw it was raining I was nervous.
The delays just put everything on hold, and it just made the day
Wilson started the day with a one-stroke lead, but the
Englishman bogeyed three holes on the front nine. He had two
birdies on the back to finish with a 73.
Kingston had three birdies on the front nine, but added a bogey
and a double-bogey. His birdie on the 11th made the difference.
"I've come close in this championship before and somehow I
always thought that this would be it but then I lost," Kingston
said. "Today was the same situation, but it turned out differently
and I'm really grateful."
Greg Norman shot a 71 and finished in a tie for seventh, and
ahead of Ernie Els, Retief Goosen and Angel Cabrera. Els had a 69
to rebound from his second 77 and finish in a tie for 16th with
Goosen, who shot a 75.
Kingston's victory also secured him the Sunshine Tour's Order of
Merit title. Finishing first on the money list earns him a place at
next year's British Open and other tournaments.