But they will be without their top striker John Carew, who is being excused by Norway coach Egil Olsen for the match at Rustenburg on March 28 as he has been battling with a back injury and hamstring problems in recent months.
The tall 29-year-old striker, whose father comes from the Gambia in west Africa, scored at the weekend in the English Premier League for Aston
Villa against Tottenham Hotspur.
Instead, Carew will join up with his Norwegian colleagues when they
play a second friendly match on April 1 at home to Finland - the side
coached by former Bafana boss Stuart Baxter.
There are seven foreign-based players in the Norway squad, including
Morten Gamst Pedersen, who plays alongside Aaron Mokoena and Benni
McCarthy at Blackburn Rovers.
Norway have also named Mohammed Abdellaoue, who is a striker whose
parents moved to Norway from Morocco. He has been linked with a
possible move to Manchester United.
Goalkeepers: Rune Almenning Jarstein (Rosenborg), Jon Knudsen (Stabaek)
Defenders: Trond Erik Bertelsen (Viking Stavanger),
Brede Hangeland (Fulham, England), Tom Hogli, Tore Reginiussen (both
Tromso), John Arne Riise (Roma, Italy), Kjetil Waehler (Aalborg, Denmark)
Midfielders: Martin Andresen (Valerenga), Christian
Grindheim (SC Heerenveen, Netherlands), Henning Hauger (Stabaek), Bjorn
Helge Riise (Lillestrom), Per Ciljan Skjelbred (Rosenborg), Jan Gunnar
Solli (Brann Bergen)
Strikers: Mohammed Abdellaoue (Valerenga), Daniel
Braaten (Toulouse, France), Thorstein Helstad (Le Mans, France), Morten
Gamst Pedersen (Blackburn Rovers, England)