This comes after months on the sidelines since leaving Kaizer Chiefs at the end of last season to try his luck in England. Bhasera was in dispute with Chiefs over his contract, but the two parties smoked a peace pipe recently.
Chiefs sent his international clearance to the South African Football Association, from where it was forwarded to Plymouth, allowing the Zimbabwean international to complete a two-year-and-half deal with the English club.
Bhasera made his debut in the goalless draw against Barnsley after arriving in the morning from Johannesburg and impressed the team’s coach Paul Mariner.
“Because I know him I didn’t think it would be a gamble, because he’s a very, very good pro. You can see by the cut of him that he’s very, very fit and for him to go 90 minutes is borderline remarkable,” Mariner said after the match.