Dane Paterson, Omphile Ramela and Wayne Parnell are the other Cape Cobras professionals in a squad jam-packed with gifted players.
The team will be led by Pieter Malan, also the captain of the Western Province team in 2014/2015.
The 18-year old South African u.19-player Dayyaan Galiem, and the 25-year old Parnell are the two exciting all-rounders in the squad.
Ramela, Paterson and GF Linde played pivotal roles in the 2014/2015-season in propelling the Cape Cobras to the Ram Slam T20 Challenge title. Ramela hammered a superb 54 off 34 balls in the finals against the Chevrolet Knights.
Paterson ripped through the Knights and finished with four for 33.
The left-arm spinner Linde nabbed out 14 wickets in the Ram Slam T20 Challenge and was a revelation with the ball.
Mpilo Njoloza was magnificent in his first Sunfoil Series match for the Cape Cobras as he achieved a hat-trick against the Sunfoil Dolphins on franchise-debut.
Zubayr Hamza and Malan were prolific for Western Province in the Sunfoil Three-Day Cup competition in 2014/2015-season.
Despite the number of high-profile performers, Davids was a bit circumspect about their overall chances, He said a concern is that the team will only be assembling in the final week before the start of the tournament in September in Benoni, due to the fact that many players are still plying their trade overseas at present.
The winner of the CSA T20 Africa Cup will collect R300 000 and the runners-up will take home R150 000.
The Western Province team is: Pieter Malan (capt),Dane Vilas, Lesiba Ngoepe, Omphile Ramela, Wayne Parnell, Dane Paterson, GF Linde, Zubayr Hamza, Dayyaan Galiem, Travis Muller, Mpilo Njoloza