Officials confirmed the latest two pieces of debris found near the African coast earlier this year are 'almost certainly from MH370.'
Investigators from the Malaysian International Civil Aviation Organisation are as certain as they can be that debris found off South Africa and Mauritius is from the doomed jetliner.
Malaysian transport minister Liow Tiong Lai announced the findings which follows similar positive identification of debris previously washed ashore in the region.
"This complements the results from the previous examination in March during which the team confirmed that the Mozambique debris were almost certainly from MH370," he said.
A report said both pieces of debris are 'consistent with those found on Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 aircraft.'
MH370 went missing en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur in March 2014 with 239 passengers and crew on board.
Investigators still believe the plane veered wildly off course and went down somewhere in the southern Indian Ocean.
A transport ministry statement said the governments of Malaysia, Australia and China are still 'wholly committed' to the search for MH370.