Inside sport: Names thrown around for coaching job

Names such as Bruce Grobbelaar, Kalisto Pasuwa, Benjani Mwaruwari, Charles Mhlauri, Joey Antipas, and Norman Mapeza, are being thrown around as possible candidates for the job.
By Michael Kariati Jul. 30, 2023

Grobbelaar’s journey from Highlanders to Liverpool

Silas Ndlovu, he says right let us go, we are going to go to the Marisha Cocktail Bar because we have done a good job. It was a fantastic time.
By In Conversation With Trevor Apr. 2, 2023

Inside sport: All good abroad but gloom at home

Zemura and Darikwa’s  success with Bournemouth and Wigan Athletic is echoing in all the four corners of English and African football and whenever they are talked about and so too is the name Zimbabwe.

By The Southern Eye May. 8, 2022

Inside sport: All good abroad but gloom at home

Zemura and Darikwa’s  success with Bournemouth and Wigan Athletic is echoing in all the four corners of English and African football and whenever they are talked about and so too is the name Zimbabwe.

By The Southern Eye May. 8, 2022

World class Zimbabweans

Zimbabwe has also produced a number of world-class authors, most notably perhaps Tsitsi Dangarembga and NoViolet Bulawayo. Zimbabwe has produced some world-class musicians in the persons of Oliver Mtukudzi and Thomas Mapfumo.

By The Southern Eye Oct. 10, 2021

World class Zimbabweans

Zimbabwe has also produced a number of world-class authors, most notably perhaps Tsitsi Dangarembga and NoViolet Bulawayo. Zimbabwe has produced some world-class musicians in the persons of Oliver Mtukudzi and Thomas Mapfumo.

By The Southern Eye Oct. 10, 2021

Benjani not yet ripe for Warriors top job

His CV was enough to raise questions why Zifa had settled for a man who had coached only Sudan at national team level and had also not been all that successful at clubs like AFC Leopards and Gor Mahia in Kenya, Tanzanian club Simba, and Ghanaian side Asante Kotoko, despite their riches.

By The Southern Eye Sep. 12, 2021

Benjani not yet ripe for Warriors top job

His CV was enough to raise questions why Zifa had settled for a man who had coached only Sudan at national team level and had also not been all that successful at clubs like AFC Leopards and Gor Mahia in Kenya, Tanzanian club Simba, and Ghanaian side Asante Kotoko, despite their riches.

By The Southern Eye Sep. 12, 2021