Indian women are set to play four bilateral series – away tours in England, Australia and New Zealand and a home series against West Indies sandwiched in between.
India to play one-off Test against England women in June, tour to consist of three ODIs, three T20Is
India women last played a Test match in 2014.
Lee (83 not out off 122) and Wolvaardt (80 off 110) helped South Africa chased down the target in 40.1 overs with a record 169-run stand.
Shikha Pandey not included in ODI, T20I squads against South Africa; Swetha Verma gets maiden India call-up
While Mithali Raj and Harmanpreet Kaur will lead the ODI and T20I teams respectively, wicketkeeper Tanya Bhatia has also been dropped from the squads
UP Cricket Association confirms Lucknow to host India women's team's series against South Africa starting 7 March
The only outing of the Indian players since that T20 World Cup final in Melbourne was during the exhibition Women's T20 Challenge in Sharjah in November last year.
Indian women's cricket team likely to return to competitive action with South Africa series from 7 March
The planned eight-match series between India and South Africa women is likely to be held from 7 March, which will mark the return of the home team to competitive cricket after almost 12 months.
Cricket Australia said the matches will be postponed until "next season," which would likely be 2022, and that three Twenty20 matches would be added to the tour.
India (270), who made the final of this year's T20 World Cup, are a point ahead of New Zealand (269), the ICC said in a statement.
Unearthing more young talent like Shafali Verma will be our focus, says newly-appointed women's chief selector Neetu David
David holds the world record for best bowling figures in an innings in a Test -- 8/53 against England in Jamshedpur in 1995. She played 10 Tests, taking 41 wickets. She retired from international cricket in 2008.
The BCCI has been working on starting the women's IPL but is currently content with organising a women's T20 challenge alongside the men's league.
Harmanpreet Kaur is excited about playing in the UAE for the first time and is looking forward to come out of the long break and headline the Women's T20 Challenge, to be held during the IPL in November.
With her big-hitting prowess, a rarity in women's cricket, 16-year-old Shafali Verma was bound to succeed at the highest level.
ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020: Shafali Verma, the hard-hitting 16-year-old prodigy born to play T20 cricket
Despite scoring only two fifties, Shafali Verma's career aggregate stands at 485 runs. She has scored 161 of these runs in four innings the ongoing T20 World Cup — somehow averaging over 40 without reaching fifty even once.
ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020: With spectre of rain looming, here's what India need to do against England
India beat both Australia and New Zealand (and two others) to top the points table at the 2018 T20 World Cup and make it to the semi-final. Then they played England, and ended up losing a one-sided contest. On Thursday, things may turn out to be different.
England and Wales Cricket Board is currently engaged in a discussion with the BCCI about the participation of the Indian women cricketers in the tournament
ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020: Indian cricketers say fitness key to winning elusive title ahead of opening game against Australia
Four Indian women cricketers, who are part of the T20 World Cup squad, have expressed confidence of doing well in the marqee tournament.
ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020: Indian opener Smriti Mandhana says middle-order needs to fire to help team's chances in tournament
Mandhana, teenaged duo of Shafali Verma and Jemima Rodrigues and captain Harmanpreet Kaur headline what Australia coach Matthew Mott described as the most feared batting line-up in the tournament
Women's T20 tri-series 2020, Highlights, India vs England at Melbourne, Full Cricket Score: Harmanpreet Kaur and Co lose by four wickets
Catch all the live updates from the Women's T20 tri-series league match between India and England.
ICC Women's T20I Rankings: Jemimah Rodrigues rises to 4th in batting charts, Radha Yadav jumps to second spot in bowlers
India's Jemimah Rodrigues on Thursday jumped to the fourth position in the batting charts, while slow left-arm spinner Radha Yadav is placed second among bowlers in the latest ICC Women's T20I Player Rankings.