Oshakati City continued their hot away form when they beat Tigers 2-1 at the SKW Stadium on Saturday.
In a fast-paced match of quick counter-attacks, both sides had numerous scoring opportunities, but Oshakati ultimately made better use of theirs.
Civics beat Black Africa 2-0 on Friday night to move three points clear at the top of the log.
In a match that could have gone either way, Civics took their chances, while BA did not.
BA in fact had a golden opportunity to open the scoring when they were awarded a penalty in the 15th minute when Civics captain Amos Shiyuka handled in the box. BAâ??s young striker Jerome Louis, however, folded under the pressure with a weak shot that was comfortably saved by Sitali Mulife.
Team Namibia came second overall in the team category during the Stage 3 120km Road Race of the Giro del Capo on Friday.
It was Namibiaâ??s most impressive performance yet at the six-day stage race and saw them moving up to sixth place overall in the team category.
MTC Namibia Premier League
We have a full weekend of sport ahead with the resumption of the MTC Namibia Premier League topping the bill.
Civics and Black Africa face each other at the SKW stadium in a match that could play a big role in deciding who the eventual league champions will be. Civics lead Black Africa on goal difference at the top of the log and a win for either side could give them a clear lead at the start of the second round.
Team Namibia fared much better during Stage Two of the Giro del Capo on March 7, moving up from 18th to 10th position overall in the team competition.
Stage 2 consisted of a 129km road race from the Western Cape towns of Paarl to Stellenbosch. In Stellenbosch the cyclists still had to complete five laps on the steep and winding Helshoogte Pass to complete the stage.