The final Tokyo 2020 teams are set to be determined at the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) Afro Paralympic qualifier in Johannesburg.
One quota place will be on offer in both the men’s and women’s competitions in the South African capital at the seven-day event.
Algeria, Morocco, Egypt and South Africa will compete in the men’s event, which will begin with a round robin stage.
All four teams will advance to the semi-finals, with the group winner facing the team bottom of the standings.
The semi-finals are scheduled to take place on Friday (March 6), with medal matches held the following day.
The winner of the final will join United States, Canada, Colombia, Germany, Britain, Spain, Turkey, Australia, Iran, South Korea and hosts Japan.
Algeria and South Africa are the sole nations competing in the women’s qualifier.
The two countries will compete in a five-match series.
The winners will advance to the Paralympic tournament, where they will join The Netherlands, Britain, Germany, Spain, Canada, United States, Australia, China and Japan.
Wheelchair basketball faces the threat of being removed from this year's Paralympic Games unless the governing body implements an IPC-approved action plan to improve athlete classification by May 29.