The club made the announcement on its twitter feed on Tuesday morning:
— AmaTuks (@AmaTuks) July 21, 2014
This settles conflicting media reports that AmaTuks and Dynamos were in disagreement over his transfer fee and that talks between the two clubs had broken down, SoccerLaduma reported.
Dynamos chairman Kenny Mubaiwa also confirmed the transfer of Jaure, who is expected to replace Buhle Mkwanazi who left the AmaTuks for Bidvest Wits.
Jaure is joining his Zimbabwe Warriors teammates and former Dynamos colleagues Washington Arubi and Denver Mukamba.
Jaure joined Dynamos as a 14-year-old and has rose through their ranks to become their captain this year.
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