Zimbabwe: From Mbare Right Into the ‘Wolf Pack’

Ruvarashe Jeremiah is not your average survivor. A few years ago, she packed her bags and headed out to the United Kingdom where she became the first female rugby player from this country to be signed up by an English club. A former pupil of Girls High School in Harare, …

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Zimbabwe: We Can Only Hope for the Best for Nakamba

When Marvelous Nakamba signed for Aston Villa last year, a refreshing wave of joy swept across our football community. Even some Zimbabweans, who ordinarily don’t really care so much about football, found themselves celebrating the midfielder’s multi-million dollar move. It was an irresistibly feel-good story for all of us — …

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Zimbabwe: Bartlett On Katsande – Game Recognises Game

Shaun Bartlett, the former Bafana Bafana captain, played 74 times for South Africa and that statistic, alone, is sufficient to earn one legendary status in any sport. Many football fans will remember the former Bafana Bafana player as a bustling striker for Charlton Athletic in the English Premiership, where he …

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Zimbabwe: Chavhanga ‘Sad’ to Quit Zim Role

Springbok record-holder Tonderai Chavhanga has left his position as the assistant coach of his native Zimbabwe, citing increased work commitments elsewhere. Chavhanga (36) worked under Zimbabwe’s head coach Brendan Dawson last year in the SuperSport Challenge, South Africa’s second-tier domestic competition, before assuming the same role at Test level with …

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Zimbabwe: Parly Committee Happy With Sakubva

THE Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Youth, Sports, Arts and Recreation are happy with the progress in the refurbishment of Sakubva. The stadium last hosted a Premiership match three years ago. The renovations, which are also being bankrolled by the Government, have been going on for months now. There is hope …

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Zimbabwe: Sikandar Raza Signed Up for Caribbean Premier League

Zimbabwe national cricket team cricket all-rounder Sikandar Raza will have an opportunity to rub shoulders with some of the world’s leading cricketers after being signed up for the 2020 edition of the Caribbean Premier League T20. The 33-year-old cricketer will be part of the Trinbago Knight Riders captained by West …

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