The transfer window closed on the 31st of July, and there was a hype of activity during the period as clubs wanted to bolster their squads.

Here are some of the top transfers happened in the past month.

Dynamos
The Glamour Boys managed to bring in four players during the window. Former Kaizer Chiefs and Supersport United striker Kingston Nkhatha joined the club as a free agent, signing a deal which will expire at the end of the year.

Brett Amidu also moved to the Harare Giants on loan from FC Platinum until the end of the campaign. Denver Mukamba returned from CAPS United after cutting short his loan spell while Munashe Kaseke completes the list.

Raphael Manuvire (moved to Chapungu), Valentine Ndaba and Tanaka Uswahwengavi are the only players released from their contracts.

Highlanders
The Bulawayo Giants made three signings in the mid-season transfer window. Bosso managed to acquire the services of strikers Tinashe Makanda formerly with How Mine, Tafadzwa Sibanda from TelOne and midfielder Denzel Khumalo who was promoted from the junior structures.

The only confirmed player to leave the club is Ozias Zibande who was loaned to neighbours Bulawayo City.

CAPS United
The Green Machine lost Denver Mukamba who returned to his parent club Dynamos. Munyaradzi Diya, Praise Tonha and Simba Nhivi are the other confirmed departures. Coming in are free agents Thabanie Goredema and Michell Katsvairo.

Goalkeeper Vincent Menala was promoted from the club’s junior team. Makepekepe also registered captain Hardlife Zvirekwi and Method Mwanjali who missed the first half of the season.

Chicken Inn
The 2015 champions offloaded Thabani Goredema, Chris Semakweri and Brian Juru. The Gamecocks signed one of the most promising talents in the country, Nicole Mutatiwa from Central Region Division One side Lessaffre, Bulawayo Chiefs’ Last Sithole and Nichrut player Bravie Sibanda. They also acquired goalkeeper Samuel Mafukidze who was at Yadah to replace Elvis Chipezeze while Collins Dhuwa returned from a loan spell at Triangle.

Shabanie Mine
The Chinda Boys is one of the teams most affected after losing several players during the window. At one point, they fielded a 16-member squad in a league match, failing to come up with a required 18-man team. Striker Mcdonald Makuwe and midfielder Kudzai Dhlamini joined Black Rhinos while their star man David Temwanjira (ZPC Kariba), Tinashe Chigede and Joe Nyabinde left the club. Ali Maliselo and Carlos Rusere both moved to Nichrut.

They signed Nigel Papius on loan from FC Platinum.

Ngezi Platinum Stars
Madamburo signed Simba Nhivi from CAPS United and Bulawayo Chiefs defender Polite Moyon with Striker Terrence Dzvukamanja moving to South Africa.

FC Platinum
Pure Platinum Play only made one signing in the window. They landed forward Thomas Chideu who was a free agent. Two of their players, Brett Amidu and Nigel Papius joined other sides on loan.

Nichrut
Striker Roderick Mutuma joined the Midlands-based side together with former Dynamos star Washington Pakamisa, defender Themba Ndlovu, Carlos Rusere and Ali Maliselo.

Nichrut lost Bravie Sibanda who signed with Chicken Inn.

Bulawayo Chiefs
Another team to lose several players in the just ended transfer window. Chiefs lost Moses Majika to Division One side Talen Vision, Last Sithole (Chicken Inn), Polite Moyo (Ngezi) and goalkeeper Kelvin Nyoni (Bulawayo City) while Talent Mandizadza, Barnabas Mushunje and Hamadzashe Moyo also left the club.

Chapungu
The Airforce side added former Dynamos player Raphael Manuvire, James Jam as well as Osborne Mukuradare who is making a return to the club, having featured during the second half of the season last year.

Triangle United
The Sugar Boys were reunited with their former player Praise Tonha (CAPS United) but lost Courage Denias who retired from playing football.

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