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SRC cornered in Zifa fiasco

It recommended the reinstatement of the Kamambo led board by October 31 2022.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Oct. 2, 2022
Chiefs pile more misery on relegation-bound Whawha
Chiefs pile more misery on relegation-bound Whawha
Chiefs coach Nilton Terreso was pleased by the result.
By Terry Madyauta Oct. 2, 2022
Bulawayo City sink deeper
Marlvin Whata got the second five minutes before half time in a move that involved the ingenious Gaki.
By Fortune Mbele Oct. 2, 2022
The Soccer Whiz: Which players will illuminate Qatar 2022?
In a team full of superstars he stood head and shoulders above them all as France claimed the World Cup for the second time in their history.
By Zak Hawa Oct. 2, 2022
School of sport: Where is school sport going?
In some schools, team sports have flourished. The problem however has not been theirs.
By Tim Middleton Oct. 2, 2022
Munetsi continues to shine in Ligue 1
Gastien has covered a total of 97.8 kilometres in the eight matches played thus far.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Oct. 2, 2022
Jonga guns for another WFF championship gold
The World Fitness Federation Championships are scheduled for November 19th and 20th in the Asian country.
By Lavender Chabata Oct. 2, 2022
Chicken Inn move to second, Bosso draw
The Gamecocks coach Joey Antipas felt they could have scored more goals had his charges been more clinical in front of goal.
By Fortune Mbele Sep. 25, 2022
School of sport: We still have a problem
However, just like NASA after Apollo 13, even if we can resolve the previously discussed problems
By Tim Middleton Sep. 25, 2022
Inside sport: Who is fooling who?
No employee has wielded so much power in Zimbabwean football as has Gwesela.
By Michael Kariati Sep. 25, 2022
Parenting by degree
When will I see you again? When will our hearts beat together?
By Tim Middleton Sep. 25, 2022
Judo tourney returns after three year break
"I hope Zimbabwe will qualify for the Paris Olympics in two years’ time," said Ambassador Tanaka.
By The Standard Sep. 25, 2022
DeMbare out to break Ngezi goal duck
Ndiraya has been at Dynamos for close to three and half years and has failed to muster a single win over his former  paymasters in his tenure so far.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Sep. 25, 2022
UFC-bound Gorimbo wants to inspire Africa’s future stars
It has grown into a global multi-billion-dollar enterprise.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Sep. 25, 2022
Golf prodigy Mandava dreams big
The coaches are always there to help during the week days
By Daniel Nhakaniso Sep. 25, 2022
FC Platinum march on.
Despite the win Norman Mapeza was disappointed with how his team performed.
By Terry Madyauta Sep. 25, 2022
More misery for CAPS United
It was the 11th defeat of the season for the beleaguered giants, who sit two places above the relegation zone with 31 points from 28 matches.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Sep. 24, 2022
Chapepa’s tennis star continues to rise
Chapepa, a product of the Gap Sports Consultancy at Bulawayo Athletic Club
By Fortune Mbele Sep. 24, 2022
When Trinidad and Tobago qualified for the FIFA World Cup
However, for the 2006 edition of the competition, there was a squad who managed to obtain an incredible spot in the tournament.
By The Standard Sep. 22, 2022
Giants fight for Chibuku Cup
Dynamos, the hosts in this match, will be fighting for their only real chance for a trophy this season with the league title seemingly out of their grasp.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Sep. 18, 2022
Rising starlet Mabaya called up to England Under-19 squad
Mabaya is one of the four Reds players who will join the England under-19s, together with Luke Chambers, Lee Jonas and Oakley Cannonier.
By The Standard Sep. 18, 2022
Lady Chevrons ready for Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifiers
The Lady Chevrons laid down a marker ahead of the qualifying tournament with a morale boosting victory over Scotland in their final warmup game in Abu Dhabi.
By Daniel Nhakaniso Sep. 18, 2022
Cosafa blow for Young Warriors
This season the local league was awash with talented young players such as 19-year-old WhaWha forward Jayden Barake who has scored eight times
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Sep. 18, 2022
Herentals storm into Chibuku semis
The students fell behind early in the game in a cruel manner after versatile midfielder Godfrey Mukambi beat his own goalkeeper from a corner kick to give the visitors the lead.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Sep. 18, 2022
School of sport: What is the problem?
We too have a problem, with school sport, and if we do not do something about it, it will become lost in space, going nowhere.
By Tim Middleton Sep. 18, 2022
Inside sport: Mukuru, Zim sport needs you
Why those at Mukuru chose to invest their finances in sport in foreign lands instead of back at home where their business started is something that is still to be explained.
By Michael Kariati Sep. 18, 2022
The Soccer Whiz: Countdown to World Cup 2022
The late Diego Armando Maradona is that man and his impact on the modern game is unprecedented.
By Zak Hawa Sep. 18, 2022
Stix wary of Chicken Inn backlash
Mutizwa, who has only lost a single match since taking over from Herbert Maruwa, has presided over the team when they booted out Harare football giants Caps United.
By Tawanda Tafirenyika Sep. 14, 2022