Ramolesa and Komane have been signed after impressing on trials and have been brought in as back-up options in attack and defence.
With regards to defender Pedro – who was signed a few weeks ago after nothing came out of a trial at Kaizer Chiefs in January – he is already registered after receiving his work permit, but has been struggling with a groin injury.
Larry Brookstone, one of the directors at Highlands, confirms the latest developments.
“We have signed Lebo as a back-up to [Lindokuhle] Mbatha,” Brookstone tells KickOff.com.
“Chris is another back-up option that we have brought as he has been training with us since January. Pedro was signed earlier but he has been struggling with a slight groin injury. He is now back available for selection,” says Brookstone.
Ramolesa (28) has previously played for Bloemfontein Celtic and Platinum Stars but last played for Roses United in the First Division.
Komane (27) has played for Thanda Royal Zulu, Chippa United and Royal Eagles in the past, while Pedro (24) last featured for Clube Atletico Itapemirim in Brazil.