DYNAMOS midfielder Denver Mukamba has joined South African Premier League club Bidvest Wits in a two-year deal, his agent said on Monday.
The reigning Soccer Star of the Year who scored 11 times for Dynamos last season had a medical at the club last week, and joins compatriots Tinashe Nengomasha and Thomas Sweswe.
His transfer fee was undisclosed, although his complicated ownership means Dynamos will get just 10 percent.
Gibson Mahachi, the player’s agent, said: “We have agreed a two-year contract with Wits. He has an option for another two years.”
Mukamba said from South Africa: “We have completed everything and now I am ready to begin life here at Wits.
“So far everything is good.”
Wits are coached by South Africa’s Africa Cup of Nations winning coach Clive Barker.
Two other Dynamos players are in South Africa seeking moves away from the club.
Simba Sithole's trial at SuperSport has been delayed by a hamstring injury while Rodreck Mutuma is set to undergo trials at Bloemfontein Celtics this week.