EVEN by their standards of bungling and incompetence, Zifa hit a new low yesterday after failing to feed an 18-member Under-23 squad culminating in the players boycotting training ahead of the do-or-die African Championship qualifier against South Africa in KwaZulu-Natal on Saturday. (more…)
Pakistan’s incoming cricket tour to Zimbabwe is back on schedule after the respective boards agreed on a T-20 and one-day international (ODI) series in September. (more…)
HIGHLANDERS made a huge loss in their Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) match against Dynamos on Sunday despite the fact that the club grossed $55 467 in gate takings. (more…)
PREMIERSHIP football side ZPC Kariba have come out in defence of Sunday Chidzambwa and say they do not regret ever hiring the beleaguered coach who is struggling to turn around the fortunes of the club. (more…)
The Population Service International brainchild, Ngena/Pinda Musmart National Association School Heads (Nash) Under-20 football tournament, will roar into life tomorrow with various schools set to battle it out for honours in district tournaments lined up throughout the country. (more…)
ZIMBABWE Under-23 football team coach Kalisto Pasuwa has reportedly quit the Young Warriors once again after Zifa failed to pay him his outstanding salaries and allowances.
HIGHLANDERS, still searching an elusive victory over bitter rivals Dynamos, have stoked the flames as they travel to the capital for a date with the Harare football giants in the Commander ZNA Charities final at Rufaro on Sunday with vice-chair Mgcini Mpofu suggesting DeMbare’s “expiry date is fast approaching”.
THE Zimbabwe ladies’ golf team has a big week ahead which begins with the Gilberson & Page Trophy before winding up with the Zimbabwe Ladies’ Open Championships at Borrowdale Brooke and Chapman respectively.
WITH the Zifa transfer window closing on Friday, clubs will be making a last-minute rush to register new players with the Premier Soccer League (PSL) Log leaders Chicken Inn will only be registering two players from their junior ranks.
THE hosts of the 13th edition of the Zimbabwe National Youth Games, Manicaland, say they are hoping to come out tops during the games that will take place in the province from August 15 to 23.