Langelihle Phili opened the scoring for Stellies on 20 minutes. Pirates had a glorious chance to level matters from the penalty spot early in the second stanza but Lebo Mohlala missed the spot-kick that was awarded after Jabulani Mokone was brought down in the box. Stellies jumped a point clear at the top of the log, eight points ahead of third-placed Pirates, with four games left to play. Amakhosi suffered back-to-back losses, as they remained fourth on the table, ten points behind leaders Stellenbosch, with four games to go.

Sekhukhune United 1-0 Mamelodi Sundowns Mamelodi Sundowns lost their top spot after a slender 1-0 defeat against Sekhukhune United on Sunday afternoon at Solomon Mahlangu Stadium. After a goalless first stanza, former Kaizer Chiefs striker Keletso Sifamo broke the deadlock for Sekhukhune with 18 minutes to go and that was enough to clinch maximum points. The Brazilians dropped down to second on the table, one point behind Stellenbosch with four games remaining. Sifiso Mazibuko scored the decisive goal for Matsatsantsa in the first stanza, from a cracker of a strike after he was assisted by Oratilwe Moloisane.

Ahshene opened the scoring for City on 17 minutes from the spot-kick and Samukele Mlaba levelled the score for Arrows on the stroke of half-time. Carelse snatched the winner for the Citizens in added time. Siphamandla Zikhali broke the deadlock for Usuthu ten minutes before the interval to clinch maximum points against their provincial rivals.

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