AmaZulu have unveiled fresh faces during a press conference held today, with a new-look squad ahead of the second round of the campaign.
As previously reported by the Siya crew, Usuthu confirmed the acquisitions of utility player Abbubaker Mobara from Cape Town City and Sudanese-Australian midfielder, Abraham Majok.
AmaZulu coach Benni McCarthy has publicly expressed his concern with the lack of depth in his squad, prompting a push for new additions during the window.
New signing, Majok can play as a winger as well as well as a striker and has plied his trade in Australia and Cyprus, while Mobara has featured for Ajax Cape Town, Orlando Pirates and Cape Town City, and will reunite for former coach, McCarthy.
As previously reported by the Siya crew, AmaZulu had also been eyeing up Orlando Pirates' Nkanyiso Zungu. Club president Sandile Zungu confimed the interest in the player.
"We didn't speak to Pirates about Zungu but we were invested, until we found out that he is still part of their plans."
Despite finishing second on the log last season, the KZN-based side has just managed 5 wins and 12 draws from 20 matches during this campaign, raising eyebrows in the football fraternity.
Usuthu will hope to turn things around during the second round of the season, with a jam-packed schedule on the horizon.