The all-important clash will take place on Wednesday, 15 October 2014, five days after the two teams clash in the Congolese coastal city of Point Noire on 10 October.
Kickoff is at 20h05.
But before the Polokwane clash, South Africa will travel to the notorious Point Noire stadium for a meeting with the same Congo (Brazzaville) on Friday, 10 October 2014. That encounter is scheduled to kick off at 15h30.
The Point Noire match will be Bafana Bafana’s third in the qualifiers following clashes with Sudan whom they crushed 3-0 and Nigeria (0-0).
“I am glad to take the match to Polokwane. The people of Limpopo have never disappointed whenever Bafana Bafana play in Polokwane and we expect another bumper crowd on 15 October,” said coach Mashaba.
After two rounds, Bafana Bafana lie second with four points from two games while Congo is leading the pack with six points folllowing wins over Sudan and Nigeria.
The Super Eagles are third with one point, while Sudan are bottom of the table with no points.
Bafana Bafana still have to travel to Nigeria for a return leg against the Super Eagles.
This is how the teams stand at the moment:
06/09/2014 Calabar Nigeria 2-3 Congo
05/09/2014 Omdurman Sudan 0-3 South Africa
10/09/2014 Cape Town South Africa 0-0 Nigeria
10/09/2014 Pointe-Noire Congo 2-0 Sudan
10,11/10/2014 Sudan vs Nigeria
10/10/2014 Congo vs South Africa
15/10/2014 Nigeria vs Sudan
15/10/2014 South Africa vs Congo
14,15/11/2014 Congo vs Nigeria
14,15/11/2014 South Africa vs Sudan
19/11/2014 Nigeria vs South Africa
19/11/2014 Sudan vs Congo