Orlando Pirates have signed Olisah Ndaha and Kwame Peprah from Nigeria and Ghana respectively.
The club completes the two deals after a staggered start of two draws and a defeat in the new DStv Premiership.
Bucs confirmed that Ndaha is a 23-year-old central defender from Nigeria Professional Football League's Akwa United, while the 20-year-old Ghanaian Kwame Peprah arrives after winning the Ghana Premier League's top goalscorer award
"Orlando Pirates Football Club is pleased to announce the signing of two players – Olisah Ndah, who joins from newly crowned Nigerian Premier League champions Akwa United and Kwame Peprah from King Faisal Football Club in Ghana," the second-biggest club in South Africa wrote on their website.
Ndah and Peprah become the club's first foreign deals in the running transfer window after the five local signings of Goodman Mosele, Monnapule Saleng, Bandile Shandu, Kwanda Mngonyama and Ntsako Makhubela.
The new West African duo could make debuts at home to Swallows FC in a league game this weekend.