In this work, we propose a novel framework based on Generative Adversarial Networks for pose face augmentation (PFA-GAN). It enables a controlled pose synthesis of a new face image from a source face given a driving one while preserving the identity of the source face. We introduce a method for training the framework in a fully self-supervised mode using a large-scale dataset of unconstrained face images. Besides, some augmentation strategies are presented to expand the training set. The face verification experimental results demonstrate the effectiveness of the presented augmentation strategies as all augmented datasets outperform the baseline.