Ngwenya hasn’t played any competitive football for well over 18 months since being discarded by AmaZulu and has tried out at five clubs since then without any luck due to a knee injury that he has finally gotten over.
Graham Oosthuis, the general manager at TUKS, confirms that Ngwenya has signed.
“I can confirm that Dumi has signed,” he tells KickOff.com.
Ngwenya will now be hoping to rekindle a career that once saw him stand as a PSL hotshot striker during his time at Usuthu, where he has a scoring record of 31 goals in 93 games.
The 27-year-old has in recent times trained with his hometown club Maritzburg City as he built up his fitness and will now be keen to prove himself again in the PSL.