After the Pakistan tour, South Africa will start its home season against New Zealand. The two teams will participate in a three-match ODI series before playing five T20 matches in September-October 2023.
South Africa have confirmed two inbound tours against Bangladesh and Sri Lanka as part of their ongoing domestic season.
The tournament includes three T20 matches against Bangladesh followed by the same number of ODI matches in December.
The matches are scheduled to be held in four cities: Benoni, Kimberley, East London and Potchefstroom and will be at the same venues used during the previous Bangladesh tour. Both ODI series will form part of the ICC Women’s Championship 2022-25 (IWC).
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The South Africa XI will take part in practice matches against Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, respectively, ahead of the ODI leg of the respective tours. CSA chief executive Foletsi Mosecki believes the upcoming tours promise exciting cricketing action.
"Taking on the challenges posed by Bangladesh and Sri Lanka marks both the exciting continuation and culmination of our 2023/24 summer of cricket for the Proteas Women. These inbound tours hold the promise of thrilling cricket action and provide our team with another opportunity to shine on the international stage.
"It's particularly intriguing to welcome Bangladesh in the heart of the South African summer during the festive month of December. The blend of international cricket with the year-end jollity in the country will be a treat for sports enthusiasts across the nation, while Sri Lanka's visit towards the end of the season will serve as a fitting finale to what promises to be a busy and, hopefully, successful campaign for the Proteas Women.
"I extend my gratitude to the national bodies of Bangladesh and Sri Lanka for their cooperation and facilitation in ensuring the smooth execution of these extensive tours. This effort enables South Africans to once again relish the elite display of women's cricket in their own backyard."
Schedule for the Bangladesh tour:
|3 December||1st T20I||Willowmoore Park, Benoni|
|6 December||2nd T20I||Kimberley Oval, Kimberley|
|8 December||3rd T20I||Kimberley Oval, Kimberley|
|16 December||1st ODI||Buffalo Park, East London|
|20 December||2nd ODI||JB Marks Oval, Potchefstroom|
|23 December||3rd ODI||Willowmoore Park, Benoni|
Schedule for the Sri Lanka tour:
|27 March||1st T20I||Willowmoore Park, Benoni|
|30 March||2nd T20I||JB Marks Oval, Potchefstroom|
|3 April||3rd T20I||Buffalo Park, East London|
|9 April, ,||1st ODI||Buffalo Park,East London|
|13 April, ,||2nd ODI||Diamond Oval, Kimberley|
|17 April, ,||3rd ODI||JB Marks Oval, Potchefstroom|