Matsatsantsa have welcomed former Bidvest Wits striker James Keene, ex-University of Pretoria goalkeeper Washington Arubi and defender Luke Fleurs from Ubuntu Cape Town.
Keene ended a two-year stay with the Clever Boys after his contract expired in June, and has since been snapped up by the Tshwane side.
The 32-year-old Englishman has penned a one-year deal plus a further year's option, joining Evans Rusike, Bradley Grobler, Fagrie Lakay and Thabo Mnyamane in the striking department.
Meanwhile, Arubi, who was on the books of First Division side Stellenbosch FC last season after ending a four-year marriage with AmaTuks in 2016, is set to compete with the likes of Ronwen Williams, Reyaad Pieterse and Boalefa Pule for a place in goals.
Fleurs, a young prospective centre-back, will gain valuable experience under the mentorship of the likes of Morgan Gould and Clayton Daniels.