Hwange was shocked at Dynamos 2-1 in the game played at Rufaro Stadium. Tawanda Macheke opened points for the Glamor Boy, but Chipangano responded to Eddie Nkulung to take home all the points.
Otherwise, CAPS United expanded his unadulterated lap over Highlander after unbeaten at Barbourfields on Sunday.
Green Machine's last defeat in 2016, and the final result is the third in the last three games.
The home team was a better side in the opening moments with Prince Dube causing all kinds of trouble in front. The assailant capped a slow slowdown by Valentine Ndabe, and his first real effort went straight into the wood for 13 minutes.
On the other hand, CAPS target man Gabrial Nyoni was firmly labeled and never got any space in the first period.
Dube returned for half an hour, but, for the second time, his effort went to hit him upright. The Sibanda and Nqobizitha Masuka of Mbekezela followed consecutive chances, but could not find the goal.
With all the dominance in the hands and created chances, the gorges went halfway to dead spots.
Bosso started well in the second half, but failed to keep up the swing, and Makepeke soon took control of the game, and Nyoni eventually came to life. The quick wing brought some nervous moments to her former side, and at one point the guard denied the critical situation.
Despite lagging in the possession of the ball, the pitchers responded with several counter strikes that had never bothered Prospera Chigumbu's manager who was fantastic throughout the game.
CAPS United could grab a late win. However, they left them hard after Dominic Chungwa had wiped out Ariel Sibanda just because the assistant on the other side waved.
The match was finished with both teams equalizing to 0-0.
Manche Diamonds beat Harare City 3-1, while Chapung and Black Rhinos played 2: 2.
Highlanders 0-0 CAPS United
Dynamos 1-2 Hwange
Diamonds 3-1 Harare City
Chapung 2-2 black carriers