Adam Ndlovu will be playing his soccer in the Limpopo province next season after agreeing on a one-year contract with Dynamos.
The Zimbabwean striker has found himself out of favour at Moroka Swallows following the recent arrivals of strikers Keryn Jordan, Shaun Permall and Dennis Lota in the Bird's camp.
Ndlovu scored six goals for Swallows last season, which was four less than their leading goal scorer, Lucas Sebona.
Ironically three of the goals which Ndlovu scored last season were against Dynamos.
The Zimbabwean, whose brother Peter plays for Sheffield United in England, will also be looking forward to the African Cup of Nations next year after he helped his country to qualify for that competition for the first time in 28 years.