An own goal by away side defender Kebede scoring past his goalkeeper with 11 goals into the game.
Ethiopia and Zimbabwe are out of the qualifications as they only registered lesser than five points in their previous encounters.
However, this means Bafana and Ghana will have to battle thick and thin to qualify for the knockout stages.
Both teams remain with two games as they want to collect maximum points in the upcoming fixtures.
A crucial game will be when the two titans meet in the last game of the group but with Bafana on a one-point lead a draw result will see them advance to the knockouts, while Ghana need six points from both fixtures.
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