Flames striker Robin Ngalande remains the only registered Malawian player yet to taste the South African Premier Soccer League (PSL) action.
For the second time, the youngster failed to make the bench for Bidvest Witsâ€™ match two of the new season as his team drew 2-2 with Black Leopards on Wednesday night.
But Ngalandeâ€™s Flames striking partner Atusaye Nyondo made his 2012/2013 debut for Supersport United, after missing three games.
He came in as substitute for Thabiso Nkoana with two minutes remaining as United played a back to back goalless draw with Orlando Pirates.
Defender Harry Nyirenda played yet another full game for Black Leopards.
Midfielder Robert Ngâ€™ambi also started for Platinum Stars as they lost 2-1 to Bloemfontein Celtic. He was substituted for Patrick Malokase in the 69th minute.
Limbikani Mzava is still not registered by Celtic, 14 months after signing for the club .
Meanwhile the four Malawian players in the lower National First Division will have to wait for some days to make their 2012/2013 season debuts as their fixtures have been suspended until further notice.
The four are Peter Mponda and Tawonga Chimodzi of Santos and Thanda Royal Zulu duo of Jimmy Zakazaka and Peter Wadabwa.
NFD fixtures have been suspended pending a scheduled special general meeting (SGM) towards the end of August 2012 .
This follows a resolution adopted at the previous SGM earlier this month where members agreed that the NFD should be a stand-alone league in an effort to make it more viable as an attractive brand.