Highlanders coach Madinda Ndlovu has reportedly parted ways with club to return to the Botswana top flight league.

News coming out from Botswana have suggested that the coach has agreed to join Gaborone United.

According to Spotkick, a Botswana football publication, United have confirmed the appointment of Madinda  as their head coach for the upcoming season, replacing the sacked Phillimon Makwengwe.

Highlanders are yet to comment on the development.

Ndlovu has been under fire following an unconvincing start to the campaign which saw him managing just two wins in ten games. He has long been linked with an exit, with assistant coach Bekithemba Ndlovu tipped to take over.

Bosso are rooted in the drop zone on the 15th place.