Chiefs won the annual event with a 2-0 victory over arch-rivals Orlando Pirates at FNB Stadium.
Steve Komphela's men will return to pre-season action on Saturday when they meet NFD newcomers Magesi at the F.A.M.E Charity Cup at Peter Mokaba Stadium.
Black Leopards will face PSL rookies Baroka FC in the other semi-final in Polokwane.
"We will make sure we make them run for their money," says Ledwaba ahead of the clash with the Glamour Boys.
"The boys mustn't worry that we are playing Chiefs. We are currently working on some tactics on how we are going to mark them or attack them.
"Our plan is to play two games on Saturday. We'll do everything to win this game against Chiefs. It won't be easy for them, we will give them a tough game because we are also playing to win. To be the best you must beat the best."
He adds: "We have a strategy which we are busy planning now. Only if the boys can master what I'm planning, we are going to make them (Chiefs) run.
"We've seen their game and how they play. Our plans are based on what they were doing on Saturday. I want to defeat Steve, he onced coached me. He was my coach at Dynamos and on Saturday we will be squaring up on the touchline."