South Africa has scaled one place up from 66th spot to 65 on the latest Fifa Rankings despite losing 5-0 to Brazil in March 2014.
Since the start of year, Bafana have plunged 11 places down the rankings from 54 in January to the current 65th position.
On the continent, South Africa are in 14th spot, whilst Côte d'Ivoire still remain the highest ranked African nation in the world rankings coming in at 21st, making them number one in Africa.
Spain still sit at the summit of the International national rankings with Germany in second, Portugal third, 2014 World Cup host Brazil in fourth, Colombia 5th, Uruguay at 6th, Argentina in 7th, Switzerland coming in at 8th, Italy in 9th spot and Greece concluding the top 10 teams in the world.
CAF’s top 5 consist of leaders Côte d'Ivoire, followed by Egypt in second spot, Algeria in third, Ghana in fourth, and the Cape Verde Islands wrapping up the top five in Africa.