Information gathered from a source close to the team revealed that the midfielder put pen to paper a week ago with the black and white outfit. The deal was struck after the player underwent a week long assessment under the watchful eye of Dumisani ‘DU’ Makhanya and Siyabonga Bhembe during the team’s training at Ezulwini Sports Ground.
“Sangweni has already signed a deal with Highlanders.
He will be available for selection when the MTN league resumes next week,” said the source.
Mbabane Highlanders Director Benson Dlamini confirmed the latest developments.
“It is true that Sangweni has signed with us. He is a good player with a lot of experience from the PSL. We are hoping he will help us this season,” he said.
The black and white outfit is also expected to sign former Baroka striker Mandisa Gadla while former Platinum Stars’ Siphamandla Mlilo will be also soon unveiled by the club.
Other new players in the team are Siphosethu ‘Mjovo’ Mlotsa, Sibonginkhosi ‘Gudas’ Dlamini, Sabelo ‘Sikhali’ Ndzinisa, Xolani ‘Papi’ Sikhondze and former Manchester United youngster Siwakhile Shongwe.
The technical team comprises of Dumisani ‘DU’ Makhanya (head coach), Siyabonga Bhembe (assistant coach) and goalkeeper coach Sipho Dube. Gcina Dlamini is the medical team doctor.
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