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Zimbabwe players caught up in power tussle, says Marshall Munetsi

The southern African nation was banned from global football in February because of governmental interference .
By Bbc News Oct. 19, 2022

Inside sport: What an insult!

One sports follower even jokingly revealed that he had mistakenly read the figure to be $110 000 only to laugh off when he realized it was only $11 000.
By Michael Kariati Sep. 4, 2022

Players speak out on football ban

Zimbabwe was in March banned by Fifa from all international football activities for government interference after the SRC dissolved a Zifa board led by Felton Kamambo.

By The Standard Aug. 25, 2022

Feature: ‘It’s worse right now than under Mugabe’: Sikhala pays the price of opposition in solitary cell

The 50-year-old opposition MP has been held in solitary confinement for almost two months.

By The Standard Aug. 21, 2022

Inside Sport: Local stadiums in urgent need of attention

Even if Zimbabwean clubs were to take part in the newly launched Africa Super League, those clubs will play their home matches in other countries as Zimbabwe does not have even one stadium good enough for continental club football.

By The Standard Aug. 14, 2022

Inside Sport: Local stadiums in urgent need of attention

Even if Zimbabwean clubs were to take part in the newly launched Africa Super League, those clubs will play their home matches in other countries as Zimbabwe does not have even one stadium good enough for continental club football.

By The Standard Aug. 14, 2022

Where can we find this elusive independence?

Opposition Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) deputy chairperson, Job Sikhala, has been repeatedly denied bail having been arrested dozens of times over the past two decades, for activism yet, not once has he ever been convicted of any crime.

By The Standard Aug. 8, 2022

‘Gutted’: The effect Zim’s football ban is having on youth

In November last year, Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) President Felton Kamambo and his entire executive were removed by the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC), a government body that controls sport in the country, after being accused of corruption, misadministration and sexual harassment of female match officials.

By The Standard Aug. 2, 2022

All set for inaugural job fair

Running under the theme Bridging talent with opportunities, the job fair slated for East End Hall at the Harare Exhibition Centre is being organised by local recruitment agency Victory Milestone in partnership with China Africa Economic and Culture Exchange Research Centre.

By The Standard Jul. 31, 2022