The match will take place on Saturday, 21 May and kicks off at 15h00.
The Thabo Senong-coached team had a bye in the first round while Namibia beat Swaziland 4-2 on aggregate in the first round to book a date with Amajita.
In the meantime, coach Senong has selected a provisional squad of 35 players, with the bulk of the team having graduated from the national u17 squad which participated at the FIFA U17 World Cup in Chile. He will trim the team to the required 20 next week ahead of their departure on Thursday, 19 May.
Senong said having travelled to Windhoek to watch Namibia, he was confident Amajita have the measure of the western neighbours.
“It is great to be back in action, and we are excited about our prospects. We will be reporting for camp tomorrow on Thursday and have invited 35 players to be looked at. We will then cut the squad down to 20 players this coming Sunday.
“The talent that these boys have is just unbelievable. However, playing against Namibia will not be a walk in the park, but I am confident the boys will do the country proud,” said Senong.