On April 16, 2024, in Polokwane, South Africa, Clinton Larsen, the head coach of Magesi FC, led his team during the Motsepe Foundation Championship match against Hungry Lions at Old Peter Mokaba Stadium. Orbit dropped down to fourth place on the standings, trailing leaders Magesi by nine points with six games remaining.

The win for the Romans eased their relegation worries as they jumped up to 11th place. Bokang Mokwena broke the deadlock for Upington, but City Rovers leveled the match around the hour-mark.

Platinum remained second-from-bottom, equal on points with 14th-placed Milford, while Bafana Ba Gucci were left lying ninth on the log. Casric’s early goal was enough to secure them maximum points, moving them up to eighth place on the table, two points off third place.

Venda dropped down to 13th place. Mcedi Vandala broke the deadlock for Magesi ten minutes before the interval, but Muzomuhle Khanyi leveled the match for Lions just before the break.

Tshepo Mohlala gave Ditau Dia Rora the lead with 19 minutes remaining, but Rhulani Manzini rescued a point for Dikwena in added time. The Limpopo side extended their lead at the top of the table to two points, while Lions were left lying seventh.

Sinamandla Zondi scored the breakthrough for Maritzburg on 24 minutes, and Sanele Gaxa doubled their lead ten minutes before the interval. AmaTuks remained second on the table, two points behind leaders Magesi, while the win took the Team of Choice up to sixth on the log, reviving their chances of promotion via the play-offs.

JDR won their fourth game in a row, climbing up to third on the log, while Leopards dropped down to tenth place. Siphosethu Ndlabi broke the deadlock for Milford shortly before the half-hour mark, but Thapelo Dhludhlu leveled matters for Gallants shortly thereafter.

Bahlabane Ba Ntwa remained three points adrift of 14th-placed Milford at the bottom of the log.

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