According to a travel schedule on the club's official website, Perth Glory will play AmaZulu on July 24 before taking on Platinum Stars three days later.
A match against Bidvest Wits – scheduled for August 1 – will complete the team's training camp in South Africa.
Perth Glory head coach Ian Ferguson looks forward to the visit: "It's a long pre-season so we need to gradually build-up to the start of the Hyundai A-League season in October."
Platinum Stars general manager Jaison Raine tells KickOff.com that the match against the Australian team will be a major highlight of Dikwena's pre-season training.
"We will play against Perth Glory in Nelspruit, where we will be doing our pre-season," says Raine.
"This will be a good chance for us to test ourselves against a competitive team and I am sure that other local teams will also be hoping to see how they fare against Australian opposition," he adds.
The match will also give Dikwena coach Cavin Johnson a chance to measure the performance of his charges, particularly some of the new players who have joined the Rustenburg-based side.
"We firmly believe that if given the time and support, Cavin has the ability to take this team forward.
"After taking over last season, he [Johnson] achieved 20 points from 10 matches so he has already shown his capabilities," says Raine.