The Proteas men's High Performance squad of 32 will assemble for a culture camp in Skukuza later this month.
At the camp, scheduled for 18-22 August, the players will do a number of workshops along with team management.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) said via a press statement that the topics would include team identity, team environment and team performance.
"It was very important for us during the break that the Covid-19 pandemic has created to get the guys to reconnect while our FTP (Future Tours Programme) was getting sorted out. We felt that it was important for the guys to come together to engage on some of the critical issues surrounding the team or elements that need attention," team manager Khomotso Volvo Masubelele said in the statement.
He added: "What we are going to be focussing on is matters around team identity, team environment, the performance measures and models that we want to put in place for the season to come. We want to leave with a blueprint that the players will be able to own and understand, something that will resonate with them."
- Compiled by Sport24 staff