Banyana, who arrived in Windhoek yesterday, are using the game as part of their preparations for the ninth edition of the AWC, taking place in the neighbouring country from October 11-25.
The top three teams at the AWC will qualify for the 2015 Women's World Cup in Canada.
Pauw said: “The ladies are getting stronger with each match, the approach to each game has been different and I’m happy to see the adaptation to these. Each match we play takes us one step closer to achieving our goal of building a strong competitive team.
“Namibia is a team that is also improving under Jacqui Shipanga, and for us to get an opportunity to play against them ahead of the Championships will give us an opportunity to know a bit about them, in case we have to play them during the tournament.”
Banyana enter the contest, which will kick off at 15h00 SA time, on the back of a 4-0 win over Botswana last month.