A number of COSAFA sides have been paired together in the qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup after the draw was made in Cairo on Tuesday.
Zambia are in Group B along with Tunisia, Mauritania and Equatorial Guinea, while Group D contains both Mozambique and Malawi, along with Cameroon and Ivory Coast.
Angola are in Group F alongside Egypt, Gabon and Libya, while South Africa and Zimbabwe will clash in Group G as they also take on Ghana and Ethiopia.
Namibia are in Group H with giants Senegal, Congo-Brazzaville and Togo, and Madagascar are in Group J alongside Democratic Republic of Congo, Benin and Tanzania.
The qualifiers will get under way in October, with the pool stage completed 12 months later.
The 10 group winners will then face-off in November 2021, with the five victors of those knockout matches sealing a place at the World Cup.
Cape Verde Islands
Central African Republic
Democratic Republic of Congo