Algeria secured a place at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games at the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) Afro Paralympic Qualifiers in Johannesburg.
The women's side claimed their Paralympic place after a third successive victory against South Africa at Vodacom Mandeville Indoor Sports Center.
This time it was a resounding 61-27 result, with Djamila Khemgani scoring 22 points and racking up 11 assists for Algeria.
The two countries are competing in a five-match series, with two matches still scheduled for Friday and Saturday (March 6 and 7).
Algeria also enjoyed success in the men's event, with the side surpassing Egypt 82-43 in a four-team round-robin tournament.
All four teams will advance to the semi-finals, with the group winner facing the team bottom of the standings.
The semi-finals are due to take place on Friday (March 6), with medal matches scheduled to be held the following day.
The winner of the final will join the United States, Canada, Colombia, Germany, Great Britain, Spain, Turkey, Australia, Iran, South Korea and hosts Japan at Tokyo 2020.
Wheelchair basketball faces the threat of being removed from the Tokyo 2020 programme, however.
This is unless the IWBF implements an International Paralympic Committee-approved action plan to improve athlete classification by May 29.