Tshabalala scored his first-ever goal for Chiefs in a convincing win for Zwane's side.
The 18-year-old midfielder is already being touted as one of the most exciting talents to emerge from Naturena.
"Mdu is a very humble young man," Zwane said.
Stanley Dimgba – leaves after scoring eight goals in 49 appearances for Stellenbosch FC
Sibusiso Mthethwa – leaves Stellenbosch FC with 73 appearances and one goal to his name
Waseem Isaacs – leaves after scoring nine goals in 49 appearances for Stellenbosch FC
Robyn Johannes – leaves Stellenbosch FC with 51 appearances and one goal to his name
Granwald Scott – leaves Stellenbosch FC with 41 appearances and one goal to his name
Nathan Sinkala – leaves after scoring five goals in 56 appearances for Stellenbosch FC
Zitha Kwinika – leaves Stellenbosch FC with 57 appearances and one goal to his name
Scroll through the gallery to see the players confirmed to be leaving Stellenbosch FC
Ashley Du Preez – leaves after scoring 17 goals in 98 appearances for Stellenbosch FC
Fuad Johnson – leaves Stellenbosch FC with four appearances to his name
Marc van Heerden – leaves Stellenbosch FC with 78 appearances and three goals to his name
"We spend lots of time with them, to make them aware and they listen to the advice shared.
"I told him I wanted to see him go out there and to showcase his talent and to express himself.
"He did very well with his size and was expressing and was very energetic.
"That’s what we need from the youngsters and this can help all our different age groups at the national level.
"The country needs young players who can play at this level to get it right.
"I have always said that if you are a coach who is afraid of losing, unfortunately, you have already lost."
Amakhosi next travel to Loftus Versveld Stadium to face Mamelodi Sundowns in their next league match on Saturday.