The first friendly match will take place at Molepolele Stadium in Gaborone on September 8. That game will kick-off at 18h00.
The second friendly against Botswana will be part of a double header when Bafana Bafana takes on Mozambique in an international friendly match at Mbombela Stadium on September 11. The game kicks off at 17h30.
The two friendly matches will allow Amajita head coach, Solly Luvhengo to assess his 20-man squad ahead of the crucial African Youth Championship, second round qualifier against Nigeria scheduled for the end of this month.
Amajita will assemble for camp in Johannesburg on Thursday and depart for the neighbouring state the same afternoon for Saturday's encounter.
The SA U-20 squad will train twice (morning and afternoon) in Botswana on Friday.
The South Africans depart Botswana on Sunday morning and will have one afternoon training session in Kempton Park in preparation for the second friendly match.
Luvhengo is aware of the task that lies ahead when they face Nigeria and would like to use the two friendlies to put his plans in place for the tough match against Nigeria.
"We would like to use the two friendly matches to keep the players together and fine tune the squad for the AYC qualifier against Nigeria. We would have liked to play West African opposition. However, we are going to use these matches to build the momentum ahead of the Nigeria game." said Luvhego.
Amajita progressed to the second round of the African U-20 Youth Championship after beating Congo on the away goals rule, having drawn 2-2 on aggregate.
"The boys played well against Congo and what we would like to work on is our finishing because I would really like to the boys score more goals ," added Luvhengo.
Amajita squad to face Botswana: Lucky Mokoena (Bidvest Wits), Luvo Nkala (Orlando Pirates), Percy Tau (Mamelodi Sundowns), Junior Sibande (University of Pretoria), Seun Ledwaba (Mamelodi Sundowns), Kwanda Mngonyama (Mamelodi Sundowns), Mbongeni Gumede (Orlando Pirates), Kaylan More (Jomo Cosmos), Siyabonga Zulu (Sivutsa Stars), Lorenzo Gordinho (Kaizer Chiefs), Menzi Masuku (Africa Sports Academy), Gershin Kock (Vasco Da Gama), Abbubaker Mubara (Ajax Cape Town), Thabani Mthembu (Platinum Stars), Keegan Dolly (Ajax Cape Town), Roscow McKenzie (Mamelodi Sundowns), Marcus Lercki (Bidvest Wits), Zwivhuya Matombo (Pace Setters), Steven Hoffman (Bidvest Wits), Asive Langwe (Bidvest Wits)