The Nedbank Cup Last 32 fixtures will get underway on Monday, 06 March 2017.
The first match is set to be between Mamelodi Sundowns and the SAB League side, Mariveni United at the Lucas Moripe Stadium.
Although it is reported that the 2017 tournament was scheduled to start two days later, Pitso Mosimane’s men are given time to prepare for their campaign in the CAF Champions League.
The defending champions are set face either Ugandan side KCCA or Primeiro de Agosto from Angola on the weekend of 10 March.
Steve Komphela’s Amakhosi get their campaign off with a trip to National First Division side Stellenbosch United at Athlone Stadium on Saturday, 11 March.
Coming to the last season’s finalists, Orlando Pirates meet the ABC Motsepe League side, EC Bees at Sisa Dukashe Stadium on Sunday, 12 March.
The defending champions, SuperSport United are up against NFD outfit, Royal Eagles at the Harry Gwala Stadium on Wednesday, 15 March.
The Last 32 fixtures:
Mamelodi Sundowns vs Mariveni United – Lucas Moripe Stadium (19:30)
Polokwane City vs African All Stars – Old Peter Mokaba Stadium (19:30)
Kwadukuza United vs Ajax Cape Town – Harry Gwala Stadium (15:00)
Buya Msuthu FC vs Bloemfontein Celtic – Moruleng Stadium (15:00)
Jomo Cosmos vs United Rovers – Tsakane Stadium (15:00)
FC Cape Town vs Baroka FC – NNK Rugby Stadium (15:00)
Stellenbosch FC vs Kaizer Chiefs – Athlone Stadium (20:15)
Free State Stars vs Highlands Park – Goble Park (20:15)
Lamontville Golden Arrows vs Maritzburg United – Princess Magogo Stadium (15:00)
Acornbush United vs Cape Town City – Kabokweni Stadium (15:00)
EC Bees vs Orlando Pirates – Sisa Dukashe Stadium (15:00)
Days FC vs Mbombela United – Griffons Rugby Stadium (15:00)
Royal Eagles vs SuperSport United – Harry Gwala Stadium (19:30)
Chippa United vs Witbank Spurs – Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium (19:30)
Platinum Stars vs AmaZulu – Moruleng Stadium (19:30)
Cape Town All Stars vs Bidvest Wits – Athlone Stadium (19:30)