The midfielder is the latest South African player to pitch up on these shores following his season-long loan move from Amiens SC, which was concluded earlier this month on transfer deadline day.
Here, we take a look at 12 of his fellow Bafana Bafana countrymen who plied their trade in Scotland before him – and the tragic tale of one player who signed for Rangers like Zungu – but didn’t feature.
1. Keaghan Jacobs
Keaghan Jacobs has established a successful career in West Lothian after South Africa - one of several siblings in Scottish football.
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2. Burton O'Brien
Former Falkirk captain was capped for Scotland under-21s but unsuccessfully applied to switch nationality to his birthplace. Began at St Mirren before a big money move to Blackburn Rovers and a return north to Livingston, Cowdenbeath and the Bairns.
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3. Dean Furman
As a youth player made a limited impression on the Ibrox first team but Furman forged a good career in the English lower leagues after leaving Rangers and was capped more than 50 times.
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4. Don Kichenbrand
'The Rhino' played for Rangers, scoring 26 goals, and Sunderland, later returning to Scotland to play for Forfar Athletic.