Ntiya-Ntiya was one of the players who found himself surplus to requirements by the club and has now swiftly found a new home.
The 25-year-old has featured in just nine matches over the last two years at Chiefs.
Chiefs have chosen to use Reeve Frosler – who is fundamentally a right-back – at left-back despite Ntiya-Ntiya being available.
However, he is now set to complete a move to Sekhukhune United who require reinforcements at left-back following the release of Cheslyn Jampies.
Jampies – who is now due to play for Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila in the GladAfrica Championship – played left-back in the first half of the season before Rodrick Kabwe displaced him.
Kabwe will be used in more offensive areas next season.
Ntiya-Ntiya has been sweating it out with Sekhukhune at their training base in Johannesburg and has made enough of an impression for consideration to be made that he be handed a contract.
Prior to arriving at Sekhukhune, his name was rubbed off on Swallows FC, but they decided against considering while another option of moving to KwaZulu-Natal was discussed but has so far gone up in smoke.
Two clubs from KZN are considering left-back options.