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Chapungu, CAPS Utd clash

Eddie Chikamhi Senior Sports Reporter CHAPUNGU believe they can turn the corner when they host giants CAPS United in a Castle lager Premiership match that will wrap up the first half of the season at Ascot this weekend. The airmen have been going through a bad spell this year, with …

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Zifa leaders meet Fifa officials

Sikhumbuzo Moyo in MOSCOW, Russia and Tadious Manyepo in HARARE ZIFA will continue receiving developmental assistance from FIFA following assurances given to the Zimbabwean delegation by the world football body at the 68th FIFA Congress here in Russia. The Zimbabwean delegation, led by ZIFA vice president Omega Sibanda, yesterday held …

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FIFA Clear the Air Over World Cup Tickets

By Sikhumbuzo Moyo FIFA have said non-participating countries at the World Cup that roars into life here on Thursday do not have an automatic allocation of the tournament tickets. This is contrary to claims by Harare City official, journalist and social media blogger, Hope Chizuzu, that tickets allocated to ZIFA …

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Board XI fall at hands of Kenya

ZIMBABWE’S preparations for next month’s Twenty20 international triangular series at home to Australia and Pakistan got underway yesterday with the Board XI team losing to Kenya by five wickets at Old Hararians in the first match of a three-team practice tournament. The match was dominated by two fine innings, by …

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Wingate Founding Member Dies

By Takudzwa Chitsiga Wingate Golf Club members laid to rest one of the course’s founding members, Beryl Thal, who passed away last week. He was the oldest founding member of the club which has gone on to produce several top professionals like Brendon de Jong and Bruce McDonald. Thal’s memorial …

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DeMbare need operation restore legacy, says Shiri

Petros Kausiyo Deputy Sports Editor A CABINET Minister says troubled football giants Dynamos need an operation to restore the club’s legacy for the Glamour Boys to avoid slipping into the backwaters of Division One. The country’s most successful and biggest football club have been enduring a horror season this year, …

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Orlando Pirates Unveil Nine Players

By Grace Chingoma Orlando Pirates coach Micho Sredojevic is not leaving anything to chance ahead of the new South African Premiership season in which the club will also be taking part in the CAF Champions League. Nine new players, including a Zimbabwe international midfielder, have come on board. The club …

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Warriors Rewarded

By Petros Kausiyo and Ellina Mhlanga Government last night underlined their new thrust on sport when they rewarded the country’s sportspersons for their success with the 2018 COSAFA Cup champions, the Warriors, the mainstay of reception hosted in Harare. The Government gave each athlete $1 000 as a token of …

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Magaya eyes Cosafa

Robson Sharuko Senior Sports Editor PROPHET Walter Magaya says his next big football project is to try and win the rights to sponsor the COSAFA Cup because the regional tournament has charmed him as a powerful vehicle that promotes unity and happiness across Southern Africa. The prophet believes they can …

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How the World Cup favourites are shaping up

THE phoney war is over and most of the big guns have arrived in Russia ahead of the start of the World Cup on Thursday. AFP Sport takes a look at how the favourites are shaping up. Brazil In 2014, Brazil were being widely tipped for success on home soil …

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