Leopards have severed ties with brief-serving technical director Stefano Cusin and physical trainer Jean Luca Sorini, who both joined the club at the beginning of the season following the team's promotion to the topflight.
Meanwhile, Mlilo is looking to revive his career after leaving Dikwena at the end of last campaign, prior to the club's name change to Cape Umoya United and relocation to Cape Town.
Lidoda Duvha coach Joe Masutha confirmed the 23-year-old has been invited for a trial at the Absa Premiership newcomers.
"Mlilo has been invited to come and train with us," Masutha says.
"We have a few friendly games this week where we will assess him."
Masutha's side are 12th on the table with eight points from as many games, and will resume their league campaign after the FIFA international break against Free State Stars at Peter Mokaba Stadium on October 28.
Leopards on Monday were drawn to visit Kaizer Chiefs in the last-16 of the Telkom Knockout.