LAHORE Pakistan and South Africa will play a charity match to raise money for the flood victims. The match will be played during the Pakistans home series against South Africa in UAE. The Pakistan and South African national sides will face each other nine times between Tuesday (October 26) and Wednesday till November 24 in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. The schedule begins with two Twenty20 games that will be played in the capitals Zayed Sports City and the proceeds from it will go towards flood relief efforts. The organisers have not yet specified which match will become the fundraiser. Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ijaz Butt said: I would like to thank the Emirates Cricket Board for once again making their world-class stadiums and facilities available to us for the upcoming series. The UAE has become a home away from home for the Pakistan team and I would especially like to extend my appreciation to the Cricket South Africa for playing a match for the benefit of the millions of flood victims in Pakistan.