Mbombela will be going down to Cape Town on Saturday to face another Cape side, Milano United looking for a win.
To date, 21-teams have made it through to the last-32. The other 11 will be decided this coming Saturday and Sunday.
A win for Mbombela will move them away from the dreaded axe while Stellenbosch win will put them closer to a relegation/promotion play-off spot.
The tournament is expected to attract more teams next year.
Mpumalanga-based Kaizer Chiefs supporters, who were denied an opportunity to watch their beloved team in action when they beat minnows Acornbush United 2-1 in the Nedbank Cup Last 16, can do so this evening.
Barberton City Stars survive the dreaded axe without kicking a ball after Forek Academy failed to pitch-up for their match.
Fans from the Nkomazi area are expected to continue to come in numbers to support the Selati Super Cup
Tingwenyama are faced with a tough week ahead as they will have to play three Cape sides in a space of seven days.
After losing to Kaizer Chiefs, Acornbush United are now focused on winning promotion to the National First Division.
Many Kaizer Chiefs supporters didn’t have a chance to watch their team when they beat minnows’ Acornbush United as the KaBokweni Stadium venue could only accommodate less than 10 000 supporters.
Lack of transport fee forced three basketball teams not to participate in the second leg of the Female Basketball League 2017