Orlando Pirates, meanwhile, will face Royal Leopards.
The King’s Super Cup is an initiative of Swaziland’s King Mswati III.
The semis will be held in the morning, with the final taking place in the afternoon at the Somhlolo National Stadium in Lobamba, between Mbabane and Manzini.
Mbabane Swallows finished second in the Swazi league last season, with Royal Leopards taking the title.
Chiefs’ opponent won the league title five times since the club’s foundation.
“This tournament is about love & peace and unity,” Amakhosi’s Football Manager Bobby Motaung said on Wednesday.
“It also reconfirms our relationship with Swaziland through soccer. It’s about bringing people together.”
Original source: Chiefs to take on Mbabane Swallows