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Hamilton predicts tough battle

Lewis Hamilton believes Ferrari have the edge going into the opening Grand Prix of the season in Melbourne, but the Mercedes ace remains quietly confident in his bid for a sixth world title. The 34-year-old, who was dominant in 2018, is gunning to go one better than legendary five-time champion …

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Tiger Woods feeling good

Former world number one golfer Tiger Woods says his injury troubles are a thing of the past as he arrived at TPC Sawgrass for the Players Championship this week. Woods appeared to be in fine spirits as he chatted to Golfweek journalist Steve DiMeglio, assuring him that “everything is good” …

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Kamambo questions CAF decision

Mukudzei Chingwere Sports Reporter ZIFA president Felton Kamambo has questioned CAF’s decision to switch FC Platinum’s Champions League battle against defending champions Esperance of Tunisia saying it gives an impression there were some third forces at play. The match was switched from Mandava to Barbourfields and the CAF leaders have …

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Kuda Mahachi rallies Pirates

Orlando Pirates’ Zimbabwean midfielder Kudakwashe Mahachi is fully aware of the mammoth task on their hands in the CAF Champions League football but is confident they can progress this weekend. Pirates face a stubborn Horoya outfit in their backyard in their final Group B encounter with a place for a …

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Mukanya challenges his beloved DeMbare

Petros Kausiyo Deputy Sports Editor THOMAS MAPFUMO has challenged the Dynamos leadership to ensure the club’s long history is documented with the Chimurenga music guru insisting the Glamour Boys deserve to be recognised for the role they played in the country’s struggle for independence. Mapfumo, an avid DeMbare fan, met …

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Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter LOCAL authorities have been challenged to invest in the refurbishment of the stadiums across the country which have continuously failed to meet the minimum requirements of the CAF Club Licensing. ZIFA spokesperson, Xolisani Gwesela, yesterday said Zimbabwe could face a crisis when hosting international games …

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Foreign-Based Players in Young Warriors Squad

ZIMBABWE Under-23 coach, Tonderai Ndiraya, says the inclusion of foreign-based players in his squad is key in their efforts to come up with a formidable side to take on Mozambique in the second round of the qualifiers for the Africa Cup of Nations this month. The Young Warriors get their …

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Ndiraya taps into diaspora pool

BY TAWANDA TAFIRENYIKA ZIMBABWE Under-23 coach Tonderai Ndiraya is leaving nothing to chance in his bid to qualify for the 2019 African Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals after naming a 27-member squad loaded with nine foreign-based stars. Germany-based midfielders Shama Bako and Seth Patrick, who turn out for VFB Luebeck …

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ED sued over RTGS currency

BY CHARLES LAITON Harare businessman and University of Zimbabwe (UZ) lecturer, Shakespear Hamauswa, has petitioned the High Court seeking a court order to declare unconstitutional the Presidential (Temporary Measures) Act, which President Emmerson Mnangagwa evoked as legal basis to introduce the RTGS$. Hamauswa also said he was seeking another court …

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