This followed the draw in Sandton on Thursday night. The fixture dates and venues are yet to be announced, but its's confirmed that this will be an away match for Maritzburg United.
Spurs have traditionally been one of the forerunner clubs in the National First Division, although they are currently lying 13th on the NFD table, above the relegation zone on goal difference.
Maritzburg fans will of course need little reminding about last season’s scintillating run in the Nedbank Cup, which saw United going all the way to the final before being edged out by Free State Stars.
“One of the reasons we love football is because it enables young people from all walks of life – be it from the most rural and poverty stricken areas – to dream big," PSL acting Chief Executive Mato Madlala said.
"The Nedbank Cup has been a practical vehicle for those dreams to come through. We have seen this with many clubs including Baroka FC who first made a name for themselves in this competition. Now they are a household name. We have more appetite of these stories because we truly believe in the power of football to change lives. Together with Nedbank, we look forward to what 2019 has in store for us. May all the clubs and players, mainly form those amateur structures, grab this opportunity and make use of it."
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Umvoti vs TS Galaxy
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Chippa United vs Mamelodi Sundowns
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Baroka vs Jomo Cosmos
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Witbank Spurs vs Maritzburg United
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Polokwane City vs Tshakhuma FC
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Cape Umoya United vs TUT
Mbombela United vs NC Professionals
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