AFTER missing the recent week-long international football period, Zifa are still battling to find opponents for the national Under-23 team in next month’s international days.
The late great Shacky Tauro, Joel Shambo, and Stanley “Sinyo” Ndunduma must be turning in their graves over how the great CAPS United Football Club — a team that they built — has fallen from grace to grass.
Pamushana High School has scored yet another first by launching the first ever soccer academy in Masvingo province.
The Zimbabwe National Boxing and Wrestling Control Board is living in the past with an archaic act that does not recognise females as professional boxers.
Two new jockeys Marshall Bikausaru and Lovemore Haruzivi have joined the fray at Borrowdale race course.
By mid-season in the year 2000, Highlanders gunslinger Zenzo Moyo had already scored 22 goals before moving abroad to join his new club Olympiakos Nicosia in Cyprus.
HARARE City booked their place into the semifinals of the Chibuku Super Cup with a spirited comeback to knock out Chiredzi FC.
Tourism and Hospitality Industry minister Walter Mzembi has said co-hosting the 2017 Afcon gives Zimbabwe a better chance to stage the biennial football tournament than trying to go it alone.
Triangle head coach Biggie Zuze will be hoping to continue with his side’s fairytale run in the country’s knockout competitions.
Zimbabwe made a step towards making a return to the prestigious Davis Cup World Group with a 2-0 win over Namibia.