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Stellenbosch got back to winning courses in the DStv Premiership in the wake of vanquishing Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila 2-0 on Tuesday night. 

There was no spot in the TTM side for previous Orlando Pirates striker Justin Shonga and Mogakolodi Ngele, as Joseph Malongoane procured another beginning under Dylan Kerr. 

TTM went excruciatingly near sacking the initial objective on 14 minutes when Edgar Manaka shook the crossbar with Stellies goalkeeper Lee Langeveldt all around beaten. 

The hosts were granted a punishment four minutes after the fact after de Goede was declared to have handle in the container, however Langevedlt concocted a save to deny Thabo Rakhale from the spot. 

Stellies, in the interim began seeing a greater amount of the ball in the last phases of the principal half as Nathan Sinkala and Marc Van Heerden going near scoring. 

Steve Barker's men kept pushing for the initial objective in the subsequent half, yet Adams couldn't discover the objective soon after the break. 

Stellies got their award on 65 minutes, with Van Heerden sacking his second objective in the same number of games for the Western Cape side. 

While TTM couldn't hook their way back into the challenge, the guests sacked a second objective in the 81st moment through Phathutshedzo Nange's short proximity finish subsequent to being by Ally Msengi.

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