The two have not been reporting for duty since Dynamos resumed training after an off season break and have instead been seen at Blue Ribbon, a club that is coached by another former Dynamos player Misheck Chidzambwa who made his name at De Mbare as Misheck Marimo.
Tuwaya confirmed he had left Dynamos saying as a professional footballer his life depended on the game adding that there was no reason to stay at Dynamos when he was not being paid for his services.
Tuwaya and Sithole joined a long list of top Dynamos players among them Benjamin Marere, Murape Murape, and Evans Gwekwerere who have left the team during the off season.
The players have cited non payment of salaries,bonuses and back pay for their participation
in the 2010 Caf Champions League.
The Dynamos leadership is claiming the club has still not received anything from Caf for reaching the mini league stage of Africa’s richest club competition.
Despite the massive player exodus, team manager Richard Chihoro, says De Mbare are ready for both the 2011 Caf Champions League and the Premiership title.
He said football followers should expect to see a far much stronger, different and more creative Dynamos.
Chihoro pointed out that De Mbare hade made a lot of good signings and cited Devon Chafa and Denver Mukamba. He said Dynamos would seek to recapture the league title they last won in 2007.
De Mbare who have a high ranking in African football are not playing in the preliminary rounds of the Champions League but will start in their campaign at the first round proper stage.