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Anglicans Form Football Team

By Takudzwa Chitsiga IN a bid to promote their tertiary institution to be located in Mashonaland East, the Anglican Church in Zimbabwe has formed a football team that will be competing in the Mashonaland East Division Two League. The Anglican team will be under the guidance of Lawrence Nyarumwe, a …

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From Serbia With Love

By Mukudzei Chingwere ZIMBABWE’s representatives in the ongoing edition of the CAF Champions League FC Platinum charmed Orlando Pirates coach Milutin “Micho” Sredojevic after a brave showing in their maiden game in the group stages of this competition at Barbourfields on Saturday. The match ended in a scoreless stalemate, meaning …

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Ndiraya Casting Selection Net Wider

By Eddie Chikamhi ZIMBABWE Under-23 football team coach Tonderai Ndiraya will cast his net wide to include more of the Europe-born and bred players as he seeks to assemble a formidable squad to help the Olympics team back on their feet after four years of inactivity. The Young Warriors will …

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Zim Korfball Team in a Fix

By Rashiwe Murisa ZIMBABWE’s dream of participating in their maiden World Korfball Championships is hanging in the balance as the Zimbabwe Korfball Federation are struggling to raise the affiliation fee for the tournament. The senior korfball team booked their first berth for the quadrennial competition last year and they need …

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Naaz Upgrade Coaches

By Cloud Fusire NATIONAL Athletics Association of Zimbabwe president Tendai Tagara is confident the 27 coaches who are taking up an upgrading course under the tutelage of internationally-acclaimed athletics instructor Volker Herrmann will help transform the sport in the country. The seven-day International Association of Athletics Federation Level Two coaching …

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ED spends US$25m on luxury jet

ANALYSTS yesterday ridiculed President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s five-nation tour of Eurasia at a time the country was imploding due to severe economic difficulties, as well as his penchant for luxury as he used an expensive luxury Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner aircraft for the trip. BY VENERANDA LANGA They said it was unnecessary …

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Industry in $600m pension arrears

THE Insurance and Pensions Commission (IPEC) yesterday disclosed to Parliament that industry owed more than $600 million in pension arrears against a retirement fund value of $5 billion. BY VENERANDA LANGA “The industry is in $600 million arrears in terms of pensions against a pension fund value of about $5 …

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FC Platinum summon bravery

FC Platinum have put on a brave face as they confront one of the continent’s super powers and current Confederation of African Football (Caf) Champions League cup holders Esperance Tunis in a Group B clash of the same competition in Tunisia on Friday. BY TERRY MADYAUTA The Stade Olympique de …

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Young Zim Soccer Star Heads for Trials At Man City

By Robert Tapfumaneyi Rising Zimbabwe football star Raphael Gombo (14) is set to join other young players for a two week trial stint at English premiership giants Manchester City. The Australia based South Coast Baptist College (SCBC) football academy member is expected in United Kingdom 21 January to start his …

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