South Africa head coach Mark Boucher has taken full responsibility for his side's loss in the ODI and T20I series against Pakistan.
Pakistan batsman Fakhar Zaman was on Monday ruled out of the second T20I of the four-match series against South Africa.
Hafeez featured in Pakistan's first-ever T20I in August 2006 in Bristol and scored 46 in Pakistan's five-wicket victory over England.
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Temba Bavuma defended wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock for his role in the controversial run-out of Pakistan batsman Fakhar Zaman.
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Looking at this gesture, Zaman slowed down as he thought the throw will not be coming at his end, but Markram took him by surprise.
Even if Fakhar was there to see it through, Pakistan still faced the very steep task of getting 31 off that last over to win.
Match Referee Andrew Pycroft imposed the sanction after South Africa was one over short of the target after time allowances were taken into consideration.
Markram (59) and van der Dussen (48) both stayed unbeaten and carried the Proteas to 127-1 at stumps on day 4 as both batsmen added 94 runs and dominated the last session of the day.
South Africa started off confidently after Pakistan's lower order increased the first-innings lead to 158 runs on the third day of the first cricket Test.
Pakistan awarded Test caps to opening batsman Imran Butt and 34-year-old left-arm spinner Nauman Ali with experienced legspinner Yasir Shah being the other spinner in Pakistan's playing XI.
South Africa's cricket team arrived in the southern port city of Karachi on Saturday to play test matches in Pakistan for the first time in nearly 14 years.
South Africa will arrive in Pakistan on January 16 and go into a period of quarantine before commencing with training and inter-squad practice matches.
South Africa will play three Test matches against Pakistan and two against Sri Lanka during their 2018/19 summer.