Making their debut in the Nedbank Cup are Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) representing Gauteng, Boyne Tigers from Limpopo, NC Professionals from Northern Cape, and Umvoti FC from KwaZulu-Natal.
Eastern Cape’s Tornado, Western Cape’s The Magic FC, and Super Eagles from the Free State have played in the last-32 before.
The seven clubs have joined eight National First Division teams and 16 Absa Premiership clubs in the last-32.
The only outstanding qualifier is from Mpumalanga.
The Nedbank Cup last-32 draw will be conducted live on Thursday, 13 December 2018 at 19h30 on SuperSport TV.
Amateur clubs: Tornado FC (ABC Motsepe, Eastern Cape), Super Eagles (ABC Motsepe, Free State), Tshwane University of Technology (SAB League, Gauteng), (ABC Motsepe, KwaZulu Natal), Boyne Tigers (ABC Motsepe, Limpopo), Umvoti FC, NC Professionals (SAB League, Northern Cape), The Magic FC (ABC Motsepe, Western Cape).
NFD Clubs: Cape Umoya, Jomo Cosmos, Maccabi FC, Mbombela United, Richards Bay, Tshakhuma FC, TS Galaxy, Witbank Spurs.