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Kwangwa rallies the Gems

Felistus Kwangwa Ellina Mhlanga Sports Reporter IT will be Zimbabwe’s first appearance at the Netball World Cup and they are the only team that will be gracing the grand stage for the first time. But the Gems are holding their heads high, drawing inspiration from a journey that has seen …

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Bako set to fire at Smoking Pistons

ZIMBABWE’S junior motocross champion rider Emmanuel Bako is expected to be one of the star attractions during the opening round of the Supercross Night Racing Series at Smoking Pistons in Johannesburg, South Africa. Bako has been invited to take part in tomorrow night’s event after stealing the show in the …

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Mhofu just one of two men standing

Robson Sharuko in CAIRO, Egypt SUNDAY Chidzambwa is just one of two coaches, who were at the 2004 AFCON finals where the Warriors announced their arrival at the big stage, who still find themselves in the trenches dealing with the challenges of guiding a team at this Nations Cup show. …

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SRC slams ousted ZC board for ‘sabotage’

THE Sports and Recreation Commission are worried that some members of the suspended Zimbabwe Cricket board are interfering with their efforts to restore order at the association’s offices as they have allegedly been going around intimidating staff to stay away from work. Most of the ZC employees did not pitch …

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Boost for U-20 rugby team

Takudzwa Chitsiga Sports Reporter THE Zimbabwe Under-20 national women’s rugby team got a timely boost ahead of their historic bilateral series against South Africa Under-20 side at Prince Edward this afternoon and Saturday. Zimbabwe will host their first international match and several corporates have responded positively with three local commercial …

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All set for Karate championship

Ellina Mhlanga Sports Reporter ZIMBABWE Karate Union technical director (full contact) Kumbirai Musinami says they are looking at reviving their teams when they host the third All-Africa So-Kyokushin Karate Championships next month as the event returns after a two-year break. The tournament, which is hosted by the Zimbabwe So-Kyokushin Karate-Do …

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Idai affects Tanganda Tea half-marathon

Ralston Muchoko Sports Reporter TANGANDA Tea half-marathon participants should brace for a new track after cyclone Idai affected Vumba Road which has been the track for the 21km road race. The race is scheduled for Sunday in the magnificent Eastern Highlands city of Mutare and it still draws more than …

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SRC stand firm on Zim Cricket

Mukudzei Chingwere and Grace Chingoma AFTER tinkering with the wrath of the International Cricket Council by interfering in the affairs of running cricket in this country, the Sports and Recreation Commission says they are duty bound to protect the laws of the land when there is suspicion of a criminal …

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Uganda wary of Zimbabwe

Sikhumbuzo Moyo in CAIRO, Egypt AFTER having taunted Zimbabwe soon after the 2019 African Cup of Nations finals draw by claiming Zimbabwe were the weakest team in their Group, Ugandan coach Sebastien Desabre yesterday described those media reports as “fake”, 24 hours before coming face-to-face with the Warriors at Cairo …

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