Mthatha Bucks made it two wins on the trot, while rookies Magesi FC earned their first points in the National First Division in two of Saturday’s six NFD matches.
Witbank Spurs 0-1 Mthatha Bucks.
A stunning long range strike from Mazwi Mncube 20 minutes from time at the Puma Rugby Stadium made it six points from two games for the Eastern Cape outfit.
Mbombela United 2-0 Milano United
A brace by Siyabonga Madikane, on 47 and 73 minutes, saw the Mpumalanga side picking up their first points this season.
Black Leopards 1-1 Jomo Cosmos
Lidoda Duvha drew first blood in the 5th minute through Zambian striker Mwape Musonda, but a second half goal for Brice Aka ensured a second successive point for Ezenkosi.
Real Kings FC 1-1 Santos
A goal by Motlalentwa Mofokeng ensured a share of the spoils for the Peoples’ Team in a game in which both goals came in the second half.
FC Cape Town 2-3 Magesi FC
The African Beasts side drew first blood, a header from Andile Khumalo giving them an early lead. However, the Limpopo team were back in the game moments later through a Sakhele Nhlabathi goal. Two second half goals by Noah Maimela powered Magesi through to their first points, and first victory, in the NFD. The home side got a late consolation goal through Siyabonga Dubula.
Stellenbosch FC 1-2 University of Pretoria
The Cape team took the lead through home-town striker Alcardo Van Graan, who finished with a coolly taken lob on 20 minutes. Tuks leveled matters in the 57th minute when Broderick Burds scored after being played in by Kyle Koert. The winner came on 71 minutes, Chemon Petersen heading in from a corner.