Tonderai Ndiraya began his government in Dynamos with a 1-1 draw against TelOne at Barbourfields Stadium.
Glamor Boys came from behind and caught a vital point that ended their four-match losing streak through all the competitions.
Munyaradzi Mawadza tried to use their skill at attacking on the flanks.
The goalkeeper left Dembare, who had lost their chance to be there. Jarison Selemani and Tawanda Macheke were the main suspects when they wasted famous opportunities.
However, the parity was restored ten minutes to the second period when Cameronian Vincent Mbega rolled the free kick a few meters away from the edge of the box at home.
However, visitors reduced to ten men in the 70th minute when Godfrey Mukambi was sent to Tafadzwa Sibando's head in retaliation for a later challenge. But for nearly ten minutes, they took full-time lead when Mbega came from an upright figure.
The game ended with both teams that shared the prey.
In Harare, CAPS United has scored four goals around the Bulawayo Chiefs in the National Sports Stadium game.
But the green machine admitted in the second half when he finished 4-1. John Zhuwawa started scoring in the 11th minute before Gabriel Nyoni doubled his advantage in the 22nd minute
Thirty-five minutes into the second half, Dominic Chung and Joel Ngodzo beat four minutes later.
Thomas Chideu, who is on loan from FC Platinum, came back after an hour, but it was too late for a comeback when he ended up defeating Amakhosi Amahle.
The game between Herentals and Ngezi Platinum ended in a slippery turn, while Hwange won Manica Diamonds 1-0, thanks to Ernest Gwitim's goal.
Triangle United lost 1-0 at home in Chapung and Ian Nyoni won the winner for Airforce in 65 minutes.
Telone 1-1 Dynamos
United 4-1 Hat Bulawayo Chiefs
Herentals 0-0 Ngezi Platinum
United 0-1 Chapungu Triangle
Hwange 1-0 Manica Diamonds