NEW DELHI - South Africa have been fined for a slow over-rate during their first one-day international in India, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Monday. Match referee Chris Broad of England found the tourists fell two overs short in the stipulated time during their tense five-run win, the ICC said. South African captain AB de Viliers was fined 40 percent of his undisclosed match fee and the rest of the team 20 percent. De Villiers faces suspension if he is again found guilty of maintaining a slow over-rate over the next 12 months.