The three-time PSL champions were drawn in Group D alongside TP Mazembe, AC Horoya and CF Mounana of Gabon in the group stages.
"We take every take cup seriously and qualifying for the group stages is an achievement on its own," Mnyamane told Goal.
They will get their campaign underway on the weekend of May 12-14 when they welcome Guinea's Horoya.
Mnyamane adds that they are pleased to be putting the South African football on the map and he's adamant they have what it takes to last the distance in Africa's version of the Europa League.
"We are putting South Africa on the map and I believe we have what it takes to go all the way," Mnyamane concluded.