National First Division side Dynamos have strengthened their technical department with former Ria Stars coach Humphrey "Boom Shaka" Sithole.
Sithole, who played for the now defunct Real Rovers, will assist coach Raymond Mdaka.
He started his job yesterday, two days after the side's 1-0 defeat against FC AK in a top-of-the-table Inland Stream clash in Lulekani.
Bahumi now lead the Dynamites by five points, but July Malabela, Dynamos' managing director, believes FC AK will not last at the summit of the table.
"We will fight until the last match of the season because we want to be in the playoffs in May," said Malabela yesterday.
In other NFD matches:
l Lebajoa Mphongoa and Joseph Bwalya scored as newcomers African Warriors beat struggling University of Pretoria 2-0 at Charles Mopeli Stadium;
l Winnerspark suffered their second consecutive defeat, going down 1-2 to the recovered Witbank Spurs in Ackerville;
l GaRankuwa United continued with their fine form when they beat Mpumalanga Black Aces 2-1 at Caledonian Stadium;
l Maritzburg United consolidated their top position on the Coastal Stream log with a 2-1 win over Hanover Park in Pietermaritzburg;
l Second-placed Bay United beat Ikapa Sporting 1-0 in Cape Tow; and
l FC Cape Town and Durban Stars played to a goalless draw in the Mother City.