The ex-Mamelodi Sundowns attacker has signed a two-year deal with the Turkish second division club.
The club have today confirmed his departure, with the 25-year-old former South Africa junior international expressing his delight at the opportunity.
"This is life-changing for me and my family" Nguzana said. "God is great, and a special thanks must go to my young manager Bevan Dicks, who has worked very hard negotiating this opportunity for me.
"Thank you Mr Chairman and FC Cape Town for changing my life. This club really changes lives."
The Kwa-Zulu Natal-born is a Sundowns youth academy graduate, who previously had stints at African Warriors, Golden Arrows, AmaZulu and Platinum Stars before joining the Cape Town-based First Division club.