The playmaker made headlines last year when a picture of him holding a beer bottle in his hand while dressed in dirty clothes was shared on social media.
A number of people reached out to Chabangu to offer help him, with Baberwa FC chairman Joe Seanego promise to sign the midfielder once he located him.
made good on his had told the public in an interview that he would offer Chabangu a contract once the club finds him.
According to the Daily Sun, Seanego has kept his promise and Baberwa FC have signed Chabangu on a six months contract.
Chabangu has thanked the chairman for offering him a lifeline.
“I started training this week and I will be ready to play in two weeks’ time,” Chabangu told DailySun. “With the potential we have in the team, I have no doubt that we will achieve our target.”
The former Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder joins other former Absa Premiership stars signed by the club in Tefu Mashamaite, Khethokwakhe Masuku and Luyolo Nomandela.