Second-placed M Tigers were also victorious; they beat African All Stars 1-0, while there were also wins for City Tigers FC, FC Barcelona, Soweto Panthers and the unbeaten Highlands Park.
In the Northern Cape, Real Madrid remains two points ahead of Namaqua Stars following a 1-0 away win against Wanderers.
Clubs from this stream interestingly played on both Saturday and Sunday, with Stars and Morester Jeug both picking up two wins on the trot.
The two frontrunners in the Free State, Maluti Fet College and Bloemfontein Young Tigers failed to pick up maximum points, while at the same time United FC had a good 1-0 over Free State Arsenal to keep the pressure on the leaders.
The North West’s Moretele United had a fantastic 6-2 win over Southern NW Stars, which lifts them to a comfortable mid-table position, while log leaders RNB 54 FC squeezed past Oxygen FC 3-2.
Second-placed City of Matlosana United overcame Leeds United 2-1 with last season’s First Division outfit Ga-Rankuwa United are in fourth spot.
The Eastern Cape’s Blackburn Rovers, coached by former Bush Bucks stalwart William Mugeyi, remain top of their stream after recording a 1-0 win over Young Stars, however, Matatiele Professionals can overtake them if they pick up maximum points from their two games in hand.
Bay Academy and Bush Bucks share each have 20 points after 11 and 10 games, respectively, with Temba Royals just a point behind Bucks.
Peace Lovers remain unbeaten in Limpopo, in fact they thrashed Phalaborwa Rovers 5-0 away from home and are now just three points off the pace, but with two games in hand.
Batau of Mpumalanga is also yet to face defeat and have moved up to within eight points of leaders Mighty Mega Force, although FC Benfica held them to a goalless draw. Lowly York thrashed Witbank Manchester 5-1 in another entertaining game.