FORMER Young Warriors team manager Bekithemba Ndlovu yesterday exonerated former Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) chief executive officer Henrietta Rushwaya from the Asiagate match-fixing scandal by taking responsibility for the team’s unsanctioned trip to Bulgaria in 2009. (more…)
LAST WEEK we were in a jovial mood as we thought Zifa was moving in the right direction, at least in 2013, by putting in the bin Asiagate and the Warriors’ double failure to qualify for both the 2012 and the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.
WITH so much progress having been made in the probe into the Asiagate football match-fixing scandal, Zifa now needs to refocus when the board meets tomorrow and chart a visible way forward for the development of the national game.
CAPE TOWN – Ajax Cape Town forward Tafadzwa Rusike and Moroka Swallows defender Gilbert Mapemba have paid their fines of US$2 000 (R 17 148) each for their alleged involvement in the Zimbabwe “Asiagate” match-fixing scandal.
FORMER Dynamos chairman Ignatius “Boss” Pamire, now leading a civic organisation — Pan African Development (Panad) — insisted yesterday Zifa violated its constitution when it banned players and officials over the Asiagate match-fixing scandal.