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Benza expresses desire to see Herentals Queens in Africa

“The year 2022 was relatively successful for us as a club the Division 2 side which comprises current students, about 11 in the squad finished second.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Dec. 11, 2022

Mutiwekuziva plots to spoil Pure Platinum party

Herentals were the last team to beat FC Platinum, a 1-0 victory in the reverse fixture on April 30.
By Tawanda Tafirenyika Oct. 5, 2022

Herentals storm into Chibuku semis

The students fell behind early in the game in a cruel manner after versatile midfielder Godfrey Mukambi beat his own goalkeeper from a corner kick to give the visitors the lead.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Sep. 18, 2022

Herentals, Manica in battle of wits

The Herentals coach added that while they would be happy to progress to the semi- finals,  the overall objective was to go as far as the final.
By Tawanda Tafirenyika Sep. 15, 2022

Ndiraya boost amid DeMbare crisis

Ndiraya was suspended on Saturday last week with the club opting not to divulge the details of the development and they also gave little away when they lifted the suspension following a hearing on Thursday.

By The NewsDay May. 29, 2022

Ndiraya boost amid DeMbare crisis

Ndiraya was suspended on Saturday last week with the club opting not to divulge the details of the development and they also gave little away when they lifted the suspension following a hearing on Thursday.

By The NewsDay May. 29, 2022

PSL clubs ruthless with coaches

It is also important to note that had it not been for the two years of football inactivity lost to the Covid-19 outbreak the number of coaches, who have served longer at their clubs in the premiership could be smaller.

By The NewsDay May. 15, 2022

PSL clubs ruthless with coaches

It is also important to note that had it not been for the two years of football inactivity lost to the Covid-19 outbreak the number of coaches, who have served longer at their clubs in the premiership could be smaller.

By The NewsDay May. 15, 2022