Club chairman Simthembile Ntlantsana says the inclusion of Radebe will be a big boost for the Eastern Cape side.
“We have been playing well but the problem is that we have been unable to convert draws into three points. We need to be consistent in collecting points and the next few games are crucial in our survival. We are not panicking,” Ntlantsana says.
Mthatha Bucks chief operations officer Lunga Tukute adds: “We are pleased to welcome David Radebe to our squad. We believe his experience will be valuable to us as we try to move away from the relegation zone.
“We would like to welcome and wish him well into the Amathol'amnyama family and hope he enjoys his time with us.”
The club is currently 14th on the NFD log with 18 points. This Saturday Bucks play Vasco Da Gama at Parow Park in Cape Town. Kick-off is at 15h30.