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Caps’ confidence returns

The relieved mentor said his lads can now kick on as they look to steer away from the relegation zone.
By Fortune Mbele 10h ago
Mapeza shifts focus to title defence
Mapeza shifts focus to title defence
Nevertheless, Mapeza, whose men were slowly shifting the gears up before the Chibuku Super Cup exit, remains optimistic.
By Terry Madyauta 10h ago
Mighty Warriors ready to rumble
Striker Rudo Neshamba, who was chosen as the team captain on Sunday, expressed confidence in the team, highlighting that the girls are raring to go.
By Magreth Ruzvidzo 10h ago
Australian cricketer wants to play for Zim
He will be a welcome addition for the Chevrons who lost Gary Ballance to retirement less than a year after switching his allegiance from England to join the Chevrons.
Simba Bhora confident ahead of Bullets clash
The topflightnewcomers, unbeaten in their last five matches, beat Sheasham 1-0 a fortnight ago before overcoming GreenFuel 3-0 last week.
By Henry Mhara 22h ago
Chiragwi pleased with Ngezi Platinum project
The log leaders progressed to the semifinals of the Chibuku Super Cup following a penalty shootout win over Herentals at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.
By Henry Mhara Oct. 2, 2023
Caps dump Bosso in Chibuku Cup race
Caps coach Lloyd Chitembwe was elated after the win.
By Fortune Mbele Oct. 2, 2023
Ngezi Platinum eye double with Herentals win
Marowa miscued a Benza cutback well wide with the goal gapping.
By Henry Mhara Oct. 2, 2023
Brito era begins
After conducting his first couple of sessions in national team colours, the Highlanders coach praised the quality of players in his camp.
By Terry Madyauta Sep. 30, 2023
DeMbare on revenge mission
FC Platinum have two players, Soccer Star of the Year Walter Musona and Brian Banda on national assignment as well.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Sep. 30, 2023
Bosso hope to end jinx
The Green Machine have not played well in the league either and the Lloyd Chitembwe-coached side last won a game in July when they beat Green Fuel 2-0 at Bata Stadium.
By Fortune Mbele Sep. 30, 2023
Injuries rock Bosso camp
The soldiers were responsible for Chicken Inn’s exit in the same tournament in the same stage last year.
By Fortune Mbele Sep. 29, 2023
DeMbare eye double
Chicken Inn and Black Rhinos will get the ball rolling in the quarterfinals when they face off at Luveve tomorrow at 1pm.
By Henry Mhara Sep. 29, 2023
Young Chevrons eye World Cup upsets
Zimbabwe finished in 11th place at the U19 World Cup consecutively in 2018 and 2020 before going one place in the negative at last year’s games played in West Indies.
By AUSTIN KARONGA Sep. 29, 2023
Mapeza cautiously optimistic
Mapeza’s platinum miners are penciled to face Harare giants Dynamos in the quarter-finals tomorrow.
By Terry Madyauta Sep. 29, 2023
Lady Cheetahs begin Olympic qualifiers preps
Those coming from South Africa are Tarren Munodaani, Nyasha Gonamombe, Voicy Ndou and Tanya Shava.
By AUSTIN KARONGA Sep. 28, 2023
Siyachitema tourney preps on course
The tournament honours Siyachitema who was part of the national team for about 15 years.
By Magreth Ruzvidzo Sep. 28, 2023
DeMbare captain fumes over Warriors snub
Dynamos, buoyed by their Harare derby win over Caps United on Sunday, will be without coach Genesis Mangombe at Mandava because he is also away with the Warriors as Brito's assistant.
By Henry Mhara Sep. 28, 2023
Zim female karatekas in Japanese test
Among the ladies travelling to Japan is Vanessa Kamusoso, Tatenda Kambarami, Florry Chandavengerwa, Elizabeth Muguma and Tsitsi Muranda.
By AUSTIN KARONGA Sep. 28, 2023
Zifa, PSL reach cup compromise.
Dynamos, who play FC Platinum, had Makarati, Tanaka Shandirwa and Donald Mudadi in the Warriors’ fold while Highlanders had Mbeba, Peter Muduhwa and Brighton Manhire.
By Fortune Mbele Sep. 27, 2023
Gladiators walk into lions’ den
However, that defeat which costs them the NPL title will be playing out loud at the back of their minds.
By AUSTIN KARONGA Sep. 27, 2023
Gems skipper leaves Surrey Storm
Kwangwa wrote her own piece of history after she became the first Zimbabwean netball player to land an opportunity in the United Kingdom’s topflight league.
By Magreth Ruzvidzo Sep. 27, 2023
Zifa meet Brito
Brito’s major task will be to prepare the Warriors for the upcoming 2026 Fifa World Cup qualifiers that are due to start in November.
By Fortune Mbele Sep. 27, 2023
Central Region promotion race heats up
The same applies to Shabanie Mine who are 11th on the log standings with 14 points from 17 matches.
By Terry Madyauta Sep. 27, 2023
Mighty Warriors coach upbeat
The regional tourney is scheduled for October 4 to 15 and will see 12 teams battling for honours. Zimbabwe have been grouped with Namibia, Lesotho and Botswana in Pool C.
By Magreth Ruzvidzo Sep. 26, 2023
Crunch Chibuku quarters uncertain
Captain Frank Makarati, midfielders Tanaka “Kante” Shandirwa and Donald Mudadi are in the Warriors squad to face Botswana in a friendly match.
By Henry Mhara Sep. 26, 2023
Cheetahs Academy gets down to business
Dubbed, Cheetahs Academy, the players left Harare yesterday for Klerksdorp, South Africa where they will undergo the rigours of top-class rugby.
By AUSTIN KARONGA Sep. 26, 2023
Mapeza prays for consistency
The platinum miners defeated Caps United, Triangle United and Herentals College FC to keep alive their hopes of retaining the league title, with 10 games remaining.
By Terry Madyauta Sep. 26, 2023