With last night's Telkom Knockout victory, Pirates now hold a record five trophies in the same year, making South African soccer history.
Bucs beat Bidvest Wits 3-1 to win the Cup in Durban, and captain Lucky Lekgwathi lifted his fifth trophy in 2011.
The current squad has emulated the conquering class of 1973, which swept the boards and won four trophies in the same year.
Mbuyane and his teammates also made history by being the first group of players at Pirates to win the Telkom Knockout, in their seventh final.
"It's just a great feeling and honour to hear that we have managed to break records and make our own history at Orlando Pirates," an ecstatic 'Juju' says.
"It's something that I will cherish for the rest of my life, and I am sure the rest of my teammates feel the same."
Mbuyane scored the opening goal at Moses Mabhida Stadium, which proved the right tonic to propel the Mighty Buccaneers to their second trophy this season, after the MTN8.
Mbuyane's celebration also warmed the hearts of The Ghost sitting in the right corner.
"You must remember that they [Wits] broke the bones when they did their celebration after beating us 3-1 at Mbombela Stadium, and my celebration was about opening a book to the Students that they won't read in the game yesterday."