The Proteas will name their 15-man T20 World Cup squad on Tuesday.
After national director of cricket Enoch Nkwe and selection chief Victor Mpitsang address the media at an 11 a.m. press conference in Johannesburg, the squad will be announced.
The only real uncertainty is the selection of captain Temba Bavuma, who has been recovering from a severe elbow injury sustained against India in June, and Rassie van der Dussen.
In Bavuma’s absence, David Miller and Keshav Maharaj have led the Proteas to white ball series victories over Ireland and England.
Bavuma is currently on a preseason tour in Namibia with his team, the Lions. He recently told Sport24 that his recovery was ahead of schedule and that he was on track to make the World Cup squad.
Meanwhile, Van der Dussen has been sent home from the tour after suffering a finger injury in the second Test against England last week in Manchester.
Tristan Stubbs, a newcomer, and Rilee Rossouw, a returning player, are also expected to be chosen.
The T20 World Cup takes place in Australia and begins on October 16.
Sport24 will bring you the most recent squad announcement news as it becomes available.
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