Kaizer Chiefs have been drawn against Orlando Pirates, while Stellenbosch FC will take on Sekhukhune United for a spot in the 2023 Nedbank Cup final.
The semi-final fixtures were confirmed at a live draw that took place at Chatsworth Stadium after the quarter-final encounter between Royal AM and Kaizer Chiefs.
The Nedbank Cup is South Africa’s leading football competition and sees amateur clubs playing against top professionals, providing them the opportunity to prove they can rise to the challenge and conquer the elite clubs. This season, amateur club Dondol Stars did just that as they knocked out two league teams on their way to make history, reaching the quarter-finals of the competition.
Tobie Badenhorst, Head of Sponsorshipat Nedbank said: “We have witnessed another thrilling Nedbank Cup quarter-final, and we look forward to an entertaining weekend of the semi-final fixtures on 6 and 7 May. We’re nearing the business end of the 16th edition of the Nedbank Cup, and we’re excited to have launched our new campaign with some of SA’s biggest football stars. The campaign is built on the sentiment that the small, everyday choices can have the biggest impact on our lives.”
This season, tournament sponsor Nedbank has partnered with renowned coach and football legend Pitso Mosimane; former players Stanton Fredericks, Teko Modise and Daine Klate; as well as footballer Siphiwe Tshabalala to share their stories to inspire South Africans to make decisions that will benefit their futures.
Nedbank has some exciting activities planned at the semi-finals, where football fans will get the opportunity to engage with tournament ambassadors in the lead-up to match days.
The confirmed fixtures
Kaizer Chiefs vs Orlando Pirates
Stellenbosch FC vs Sekhukhune United