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Hayatou’s decisions must be revised

JOHANNESBURG – Last Friday, the Cosafa Executive agreed to review how Caf tournaments awarded to host countries.  This follows an outcry from the region which feels short-changed by the previous Issa Hayatou executive. The bone of contention for Cosafa is that the past and coming Afcon tournaments are dominated by …

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Ngezi Platinum Stars march on

Ngezi Platinum Stars beat visiting How Mine 2-nil at Baobab Stadium to maintain their 100 percent winning record in the PSL this season. A brace by striker Terrence Dzvukamanja in the second half ensured ‘Madamburo’ who are coached by Tonderai Ndiraya maintained their top spot on the PSL log. The …

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Sculptor honours President Mugabe with a Zim bird

A Glen Norah based sculptor Jephson Matewe has come up with a Zimbabwe Bird sculpture titled ‘My Last Born’ as the country looks forward to the independence celebrations on the 18th of this month. The 58 year old visual artist says he made the piece of work in appreciation of …

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Entrepreneurs hail govt policies

Entrepreneurs have commended government for translating political independence to economic empowerment through implementing favourable policies that allow business to flourish. As the nation commemorates independence next Tuesday, leaders in various economic sectors ranging from industry, mining and agriculture to education services are taking time to reflect on the gains of …

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Foreign based pro-golfers start arriving for Zim Open tourney

Foreign players have started arriving in the country ahead of the biggest and richest golf tourney on the Zimbabwean calendar, the Zimbabwe Open with a total prize money of 1.2 million rand which tees off on Thursday until Sunday at the Royal Harare Golf Club in the capital. The Zimbabwe …

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