Amavubi's woes keep growing by the day. The team has dropped six places down to 125 in the latest Fifa rankings.
The slump comes at the back of a 1-all draw against Benin in the 2014 Fifa World Cup qualifiers and a 2-0 defeat against Nigeria in the 2013 African Cup of Nations.
The wasps now find themselves in the company of Kenya (125) and Tanzania, who moved up 12 places to 127.
Ivory Coast remains the highest ranked African side in 16th position.
Meanwhile, Brazil slumped to 11th, their lowest ever position. They dropped out of the top 10 for the first time since the rankings began in 1993 following defeats to Mexico and Argentina in last month's friendlies.
The 2014 World Cup hosts' slump can also be blamed to the fact that they have not played any competitive internationals since last year's Copa America when they went out in the quarterfinals.
Performances at Euro 2012 also had an impact on places, with winners Spain staying top, semifinalists Germany moving up a spot to second and runners-up Italy jumping to 6th place from 12.
Moving in the opposite direction, Netherlands slumped from fourth to eighth after their first-round exit at Euro 2012.
Uruguay remained the highest-ranked South American side at third followed by Argentina in seventh.
Selected African teams
Ivory Coast (16)
38. Rwanda (125)