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Sheasham, Chicken Inn share spoils

Sheasham on the other hand were slow to move out of their blocks.
By Terry Madyauta Mar. 19, 2023

Sheasham target fast start

Nyikadzino will be hoping that his experience in the topflight with Chapungu and then Nichrut will help his side stay afloat.
By Terry Madyauta Mar. 18, 2023

‘Zifa officials a confused lot’

Consequently, a number of coaches who previously enjoyed exemptions have been affected.
By Henry Mhara Mar. 7, 2023

Interview: ‘Avoid frustrating the business community’

The backbone of fast food is agriculture because it deals with food and all food comes from the soil.
By Kudzai Kuwaza Feb. 10, 2023

Chicken Inn are bullies, says Slice boss

He said Chicken Inn also wants Chicken Slice to stop using the word “Luv” in their payoff line.
By Kudzai Kuwaza and Tatira Zwinoira Feb. 3, 2023

Chipezeze enjoying a new lease of life in SA

After Baroka’s relegation from the South African Premiership, Chipezeze was released by Bakgaga, but the 32-year-old was given a new lease of life by Magesi.
By Sports Reporter Jan. 29, 2023

Chicken Inn, Manica Diamonds aim high

Chicken Inn have made inquiries on the availability of striker Emmanuel Mandiranga, while the Gem Boys are bidding for veteran midfielder Devon Chafa.
By Tawanda Tafirenyika Jan. 20, 2023

Zifa musn’t put the cart before the horse

Zifa needs to get readmitted into the Fifa family first and start offering these courses before it demands qualifications from coaches.
By Newsday Dec. 17, 2022

14,3m throng Simbisa outlets post COVID-19 lockdowns

The 14,3 million represented a 36,2% rise in traffic from 10,5 million during the comparable period in 2021, according to chief executive officer, Basil Dionisio.
By Shame Makoshori Nov. 17, 2022