SA U23 coach Owen Da Gama has named an almost unchanged side from the one that held Zimbabwe to a 1-1 draw in the first leg of the Olympics qualifier at Rufaro Stadium last Sunday.
The second leg will take place either on 1-2 August at a venue still to be decided.
The only players to be have been added to the squad that travelled to Harare are goalkeeper Ludwe Mpakumpaku from Cape Town All Stars, midfielder Lebogang Phiri from Brondby IF FC in Denmark and striker Andile Fikizolo of Supersport United.
The winner between South Africa and Zimbabwe will qualify for the 8-Nation tournament in Senegal from 28 November to 12 December later this year to determine which three teams qualify for Rio 2016 Olympics from the African continent.
GOALKEEPERS: Ludwe MPAKUMPAKU (Cape Town All Stars), Ricardo GOSS (Golden Arrows), Jody FEBRUARY (Ajax Cape Town)
DEFENDERS: Tshepo RHIKOTSO (Bloemfontein Celtic), Kwanda MNGONYAMA (Mamelodi Sundowns), Motjeka MADISHA (Mamelodi Sundowns), Thabo MAKHELE (Witbank Spurs), Tebogo MOERANE (Bidvest Wits), Zitha MACHEKE (Chippa United), Siyabonga ZULU (Platinum Stars)
MIDFIELDERS: Ayabulela KONQOBE (Ajax Cape Town), Abbubaker MOBARA (Ajax Cape Town), Keagan DOLLY (Mamelodi Sundowns), Gift MOTUPA (Orlando Pirates), Jino MOEKETSI (SuperSport United), Phumlane NTSHANGASE (Bidvest Wits), Maphosa MODIBA (Mpumalanga Black Aces), Riyaad NORODIEN (Ajax Cape Town), Lebogang PHIRI (Brondby IF, Denmark)
STRIKERS: Siphiwe KAMBULE (Highlands Park), Andile FIKIZOLO (SuperSport United), Siphelele NTSHANGASE (Black Leopards), Dumsani ZUMA (Bloemfontein Celtic).