Almost all the players from last season's squad have been discarded or are leaving the club since the change in management and coaches.
Murambadoro and Mngomezulu have been pushed aside along with Derrick Spencer while Thando Mngomeni also appears headed out.
"This is football. Things are quiet, but my agents [Prosport International] are looking for a new team for me," says Mngomezulu, who captained Wits last season.
"I was told about this last week Monday. By now clubs have spent their budgets and this is the feedback you get, so it is difficult. Energy [Murambadoro] is another one like me who is out."
In the meanwhile, Wits have welcomed Jackson Mabokgwane who is expected to give Emille Baron stiff competition following the release of Murambadoro.
Both Murambadoro and Mngomezulu are no longer training with the club just like Spencer who has been linked with a move to AmaZulu.
Youth international midfielder Ebrahim Seedat has been spotted by KickOff.com training as he seeks to win a move back to the country after a spell at Belgian club Loreken.
The revolution at Wits initiated by the arrival of Jose Ferreira as the new CEO has seen Roger de Sa replaced by Antonio Lopez Habas with Thomas Sweswe, Tlou Molekwane, James Mayinga, Aaron Mokoena, Bryce Moon, Mathew Pattison, Tinashe Nengomasha, Ofentse Nato, Paty Faty, Calvin Kadi, Robin Ngalande and Erwin Isaacs all coming in as the new players.
The list of players from the Wits squad of last season that has left has swelled and includes Eduan Naude, Enrico Adolph, Timothy Batabaire, Kampamba Chintu, Mngomezulu, Spencer, Fabricio da Silva, David de Oliviera, Mark Haskins, Ntokozo Sikhakhane, Miguel Timm, Nyiko Tshabangu, Masibusane Zongo, Bradley Ritson, Sifiso Myeni, Lehlogonolo Masalelsa, Sifiso Vilakazi and Patrick Phungwayo.
Thokozani Mshengu and Ayo Oluwafemi were signed by De Sa but have also since left without even playing a game.