The organisation received criticism from the South African government for a lack of transformation in its national teams, leading to a ban on bidding for international tournaments that will be reviewed in 2017.
The Proteas had already been seeking to introduce more black players into the national teams in all formats and have done so with some success.
CSA has already introduced quotas for the country's domestic franchise competitions where teams must field at least six players of colour, including three black African players.
Chris Nenzani, CSA president said: “CSA will seek to move with the times and set a minimum number of black players to be selected in all their national teams. These targets would be calculated over a year and not apply on a match-by-match basis.
"In the past we had never set targets in our national teams but with changing circumstances we feel it is essential to move with the times. The precise targets will depend on work to be undertaken by relevant committees to determine what is realistic and sustainable. This will be announced in due course."