Adam Ndlovu scored a brace for Dynamos, but that was not good enough for the Limpopo side to take all the three points from their Castle Premiership game against fellow strugglers, Manning Rangers.
The Zimbabwean international banged his first goal in the 33rd minute after getting a pass from Joel Seroba, who had a good game.
Dynamos went to the break leading the Maulers 1-0.
14 minutes into the second half and Ndlovu scored again. Simphiwe Mbambo was the provider and the latter made no mistake.
Dynamos then went to look for a third goal, forgetting to defend their goal area and paid the price when Dale Studzinski put Rangers back in the game when he scored in the 67th minute.
Abram Isaks, who has been in form for Rangers in the middle of the park, turned out to be the saviour for the Maulers just two minutes after his team had scored their first goal, enabling the visitors to share the points with Dynamos, who failed to take advantage of the home support they had.