With the win over Kiglon, the platinum miners took their points tally to 29 from 14 matches while Motor Action accrued 27 points from the same number of matches.
Norman Maroto scored his first goal of the season with the other goal coming from Thabani Kamusoko.
At Motor Action Sports Club, Bulls midfielder Gift Phiri was on target first with a header in the 47th minute before Masvingo United replied through Pevington Zimunya from the spot in the 55th minute after Milton Ncube had handled in the box.
Masvingo had to finish the match with 10 men after Peter Makuvise was sent off for a foul on Kuda Musharu.
It was a dramatic match at Morris Depot yesterday after Black Mambas scored five goals in the second half as they trounced Shabanie Mine. The police side were in a mean mood after having lost their last three matches. Black Mambas had the better of the second half and their dominance eventually paid off as Peter Kachirika stuck home a sumptuous goal in the 48th minute before Talent Ngwerume added a brace. Audience Rundofa and Sebastian Mutizirwa who came off the bench also scored in the 66th and 84th minute respectively. Artwell Nyoni scored for Shabanie Mine in the 88th.
At Gwanzura, Gunners shared the spoils with Blue Ribbon in an otherwise lacklustre league match.
Hard running Gunners forward Leonard Fiyado opened the lead after 21 minutes and slotted the ball past an advancing Earnmore Hamandishe. Cabby Kamhapa rifled home from a corner to salvage a point for the millers. Gunners will feel hard done with a point after clearly dominating the hosts after the opener.