He struck seven fours and seven sixes in an assault which left the fast bowlers dazed, confused and bewildered.
When Levi left the scene in the eighth over, the Cobras had compiled 93 runs already.
“Richard has shown glimpses of that 2012-form (which saw him slam 117 off 52 balls for South Africa against New Zealand) this year,” said Kemp.
“He is a player who could and should be playing for South Africa in T20-Internationals and One Day Internationals.
“He can single-handedly win matches for you.
“There is no doubt he has the eye and the skill to play at any level,” added Kemp.
“It has been well-documented that he has one or two technical issues. It is simple to sort those out. If he can do that, Richard can be a world-class player,” said Kemp.
The right-handed Levi slammed 620 runs in the Momentum One Day Cup competition in 2012/2013 at an average of 56.36. It included a magnificent 166 at the Bidvest Wanderers Stadium.
In the 2013/2014-season, Levi could not participate due to injury, and his progress was curtailed.
Kemp is confident that the strong right-handed opener can return to the South African team and become a top-order stalwart if he continues the upward curve that saw him destroy the Titans at the Wanderers on Sunday.
“He has all the potential to be a world-class match-winner. There is just one person that can stop him from becoming that, and that’s Richard Levi.”