Rugby World Cup champions South Africa will face Scotland twice and play a one-off match with Georgia in July next year.
The Springboks secured a famous victory over England in a surprisingly one-sided final in Japan last month, Rassie Erasmus' side running out 32-12 winners.
By contrast, Scotland failed to qualify from their pool after losing to Ireland and Japan.
The European nation will head to South Africa for a pair of fixtures on July 4 and 11, with the Springboks also scheduled to host Georgia the following week.
While South Africa and Scotland have met many times, the Boks have faced Georgia only once – in a pool match at the 2003 Rugby World Cup.
Georgia won one of their four games in Japan, beating Uruguay 33-7.
The venues and kick-off times for all three games will be confirmed at a later date.