Lady Cheetahs cry foul

Uganda Rugby Union chairperson, Godwin Kayangwe said the move aims to align the ladies game with their male counterparts.
By Austin Karonga Dec. 1, 2023

The Soccer Whiz: The victory mentality

The records will however point to the Springboks as World Champions with their overall tally standing at four final wins to the three of the All Blacks.
By Zak Hawa Nov. 12, 2023

School of Sport: WHAT’S YOUR POINT?

The South African spectators slept under the delightful blanket of victories while the players went through immense pressure to achieve those victories
By Tim Middleton Nov. 5, 2023

Zim to benefit from Rugby World Cup expansion

The Sables made the last of their two tournament appearances at the World Cup in 1991, having featured in the inaugural event four years earlier in 1987.
By Daniel Nhakaniso Oct. 29, 2023

Paradigm shift key for Women’s 7s Rugby

The former Sables coach said a team is as good as their last tournament and wants to see a lot of matches being given to the girls for them to keep improving.
By Austin Karonga Oct. 22, 2023

Lady Cheetahs go on Olympic safari

Now they only have the qualification to worry about.
By Austin Karonga Oct. 13, 2023

Cheetahs’ long walk to freedom

The team had a balance of both local and international stars and has been singled out as one of the country’s best assembled Cheetahs sides.
By Austin Karonga Sep. 24, 2023

Govt ready to bail out Lady Cheetahs

Zimbabwe Rugby Union vice-president Losson Mtongwizo who is responsible for Sevens rugby, said they are in the process of bringing a partner on board.
By Austin Karonga Sep. 20, 2023

Cheetahs’ Paris dream shattered

The Cheetahs had dared to dream early morning when they dispatched Madagascar 26-10 to book a semi-final berth against Kenya.
By Austin Karonga Sep. 18, 2023