Maingire alongside his countryman Audience Rundofa dumped Tafic and joined Botswana Meat Commission (BMC) FC in search of greener pastures.
However, their stay at the club was short-lived following the club’s restructuring exercise after its privatization process.
Popularly known as ‘Government’ in football circles, Maingire is expected to stabilize the Tafic defense and add more firepower upfront.
Confirming the development, Tafic chairperson Humphrey Nawa said the Zimbabwean-born midfield maestro was expected at the club this week.
“He will be training with the rest of the squad this week,” said Nawa when addressing Tafic supporters at the club house on Sunday.
Besides managing to lure Maingire to the Tafic fold, Nawa said their Nigerian player Livinus Eze Innocent will be playing for the Reds this season.
Innocent joined Tafic last season alongside Abou Ouattara of Ivory Coast and Cameroonian striker, Adonis Pascal Kevin.
Ouattara showed glimpses of potency in front of goals while Kevin never kicked the ball for the popular Matjimenyenga Boys.
Meanwhile, three players have officially dumped Tafic during the just ended transfer window period. Defender Kago Nfila and two midfielders Tlhagiso ‘Bobby’ Mamono and Obonye Moswate have left the club.
Nfila has already signed with Mochudi Centre Chiefs while Bobby is now in the books of Extension Gunners with Moswate having joined the popular and most glamorous Township Rollers.
“The three players chose not to renew their stay at Tafic following the expiry of their respective contracts with us,” explained Nawa.
Nawa said some of the players who are not training with the club are still in Tafic books.
“It is only that they are angry and unhappy because of the financial problems bedeviling the club year in year out. The moment they do get their dues, all our players will be back at training,” guaranteed Nawa.