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Ngezi Platinum Stars lift the Castle Challenge Cup

Claude Mapoka and Elson Mweha scored a goal in each half to help Ngezi Platinum Stars bag their first silverware of the season.
I was captivated by FC Platinum's ambition -  Mbongeni Ndlovu
I was captivated by FC Platinum's ambition - Mbongeni Ndlovu
The combative defender popularly known as 'Mbola' was unveiled by FC Platinum last month after signing a two-year contract.
By Terry Madyauta 11h ago
Zikhali faces challenge in Strongest Man contest
Coincidentally, Maenzanise has just returned from Zambia where she came third in the Africa's strongest woman competition which is organised by the Strongman Africa Union.
By Michael Kariati 11h ago
Soccer players need God — former Bosso captain
He said it is a lie that God has nothing to do with soccer, adding that soccer players are now carrying Bibles to camps to seek divine intervention for them to win matches.
By Nizbert Moyo 11h ago
Sky Eagles academy shoots for the sky
Established in 2017, Sky Eagles already boasts of players with premiership experience while others are plying trade in the local Division One leagues.
Matsikenyeri ends Manicaland Logan Cup famine
The Eagles, flying at half mast, came crashing against the Manicaland based side
By Austin Karonga 11h ago
School of sport: THE SPIRIT OF SPORT
Williams himself, in downplaying any attention on himself
By Tim Middleton 11h ago
Central region kick off slated for April
The announcement was made during the league's annual general meeting which was held on Saturday in Gweru.
By Terry Madyauta Feb. 18, 2024
InsideSport: We can do better than Bafana Bafana
What is even heartening is that the South African Football Association are not living on the events of what happened at Afcon 2023 and are already planning for the future.
By Michael Kariati Feb. 18, 2024
Kuipers not giving up on Olympics dream
Carr conceded the Troutbeck course is one of the toughest around the world.
By Austin Karonga Feb. 18, 2024
Gora settles in Botswana Premier League
And Gora managed to attract the attention of the seven-time Botswana league title winners and made a switch during the January transfer window on a short term contract.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Feb. 18, 2024
Empowering women and girls through sports in Zimbabwe
The girls from rural communities have had opportunities to participate fully in the programme and display their athletic skills through YASD's interventions.
By Joe Kuseka Feb. 18, 2024
School of sport: THE BARE NECESSITIES
Remarkably, in the 1970s, Nicklaus never finished outside the top five places in the Open Championship.
By Tim Middleton Feb. 18, 2024
Billiat bidding wars continue... as Manica Diamond offers US$20000
However, it appears the Harare giants have been gazumped by the Jairosi Tapera coached side.
By Henry Mhara Feb. 18, 2024
Bunjira in walk for fees
Bunjira who successful launched the NetOne Honde Valley Marathon last year has encouraged people to support this worthy cause while pursuing fitness goals.
By Austin Karonga Feb. 18, 2024
TZ continues to grow Bonaqua Africa Cup and Multisport Festival
Speaking at a press briefing on Wednesday in Harare last week, event director Rick Fulton said the aim was always to see the continued growth of the flagship triathlon event.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Feb. 11, 2024
Teenage Hadebe unveiled at Turkish club
Tümosan Konyaspor confirmed Hadebe’s arrival in a statement on their official website.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Feb. 11, 2024
Kuipers defers studies to push for Olympic dream
Kuipers is in her final semester at Wingate University in the United States of America studying psychology.
By Austin Karonga Feb. 11, 2024
YASD kick start 2024 Homeless World Cup preps
Next month will see the first selection event on March 23 at Hatcliffe 1 Shops in Harare before moving to other towns and cities.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Feb. 11, 2024
School of sports: NO GO WITH EGO
No wonder the inter-provincial boys’ rugby tournament, in which Zimbabwe teams also regularly compete, is named Craven Week. He was someone special!
By Tim Middleton Feb. 11, 2024
Phiri crowned MVP in Zambia
The Most Valuable Player in basketball is like in football, the Soccer Star of the Year, which means Phiri was the star of the show in the 10-team Zambian basketball competition.
By Michael Kariati Feb. 11, 2024
National Amputees camp blighted by funding constraints
Mujaji revealed a modest camping budget of $1500 for a five-day camp in Harare but small as it may appear none of the sponsors has heeded their plea.
By Austin Karonga Feb. 11, 2024
Inside sport: We need president’s intervention over football stadia
The stadium situation cannot be allowed to go on any longer and Zifa should abandon the fear factor and seek an audience with President Emmerson Mnangagwa
By Michael Kariati Feb. 11, 2024
Empowering people with disabilities through sport
There is lack of visibility and recognition of disabled athletes, and their participation in mainstream sporting events and competitions remains relatively low.
By Joe Kuseka Feb. 11, 2024
School of Sport: THE GREAT DIVIDE
They are all English international soccer players – yes! They are all Champions League and EPL winners – yes!
By Tim Middleton Feb. 8, 2024
School of Sport: THE SMILING ASSASSIN
The fact is that sport and life do go closely together. We often say, “Education is for life”; we also say, “Sport is integral to education”. It all means, logically, that sport is for life.
By Tim Middleton Feb. 8, 2024
School of Sport: THE BETTER WAY FOR THE BATTER
John Arlott once beautifully and creatively said that “The batsman's technique was like an old lady poking her umbrella at a wasp's nest.”
By Tim Middleton Feb. 8, 2024
Sean Williams embodies the Spirit of Cricket
Williams was dismissed for 78 in the same over and Zimbabwe went on to lose that encounter by five runs through the Duckworth Lewis method.
By Austin Karonga Feb. 4, 2024