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President Robert Mugabe flanked by his son in law cuts a cake to celebrate his 93 years during a suprise birtday party organised by his staff at Munhumutapa building yesterday. Picture by Aaron Ufumeli

Mugabe ‘anoints’ Grace

PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe appears to have anointed his wife, Grace, as his possible successor after describing her as “fireworks” and “well-seasoned now” to withstand the political heat within and outside the ruling Zanu PF party circles.

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Hardlife Zvirekwi

‘Not good enough’

CAPS United vice-captain, Hardlife Zvirekwi has warned his teammates to improve in all areas, saying their performance in the victory over visiting Lioli of Lesotho in the Caf Champions League preliminary round second leg match on Sunday, would not be good enough to beat TP Mazembe in the next stage of the continental football competition.

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Kelvin Kaindu

Kaindu retains bulk of squad

HOW Mine head coach, Kelvin Kaindu is keeping the bulk of his players from last year having let go of 2013 Castle Lager Soccer Star of the Year Tawanda Muparati, defender Victor Kamhuka and midfielder Fungai Chirinda.

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Caps sail through

RONALD Chitiyo may have endeared himself in the Caps United fans’ hearts forever, after putting on a polished performance to guide his side to the first round of the Confederation of African (Caf) Champions League with a hard-fought win over Lesotho Champions, Lioli, in the competition’s preliminary round second leg match at the National Sports […]

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Jairosi Tapera (right)

Yadah targets Chiefs, Downs friendlies

NEWLY-promoted Premier Soccer League side Yadah Football Club will have a pre-season training camp in South Africa where they plan to play some of that country’s football giants, as the ambitious side intensifies their preparations for the upcoming season.

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Tonderai Ndiraya

Underdogs turned top dogs

Tonderai Ndiraya and Lloyd Chitembwe could take another step towards etching their names on the list of the biggest football minds in the country when they lead their respective clubs in their continental assignments today and tomorrow.

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Caps United coach Lloyd Chitembwe (centre) and his assistants Mark Mathe (left) and Tostao Kwashi

Caps go for all-out attack

CAPS United will be out to launch an attack of high intensity in a bid to suffocate visiting Lioli of Lesotho in the second leg of their Caf Champions League preliminary round football clash at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday, as Lloyd Chitembwe’s (pictured) side set sights on the next stage of the competition.

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