The former Mamelodi Sundowns winger will become a free agent next month after agreeing to part ways with AmaKhosi, although the 35-year-old still has ambitions of extending his career by one or two more seasons.
"I am in great shape, I have been training and feeling better than I have ever felt in a long time and I am looking forward to playing football and passing on some of the experience I have to the youngsters," Dladla said in a statement.
"My legs can still go and I feel like I want to keep on going. I have spent nearly seven years at Kaizer Chiefs and I feel like it’s time for a new challenge.
"I thank the chairman, the club and the fans for the unbelievable support that they have given me over the years and now it’s time to move on."