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News in depth: Trapped: Zim’s sports stars caught in drugs, substance abuse scourge

As the country resumed football activities after the Covid-19 lockdown last year, the nomadic coach who is now based in Botswana, made a bold, shocking and also revealing claim.
By Henry Mhara Jan. 29, 2023

Local authorities must fix stadia ahead of new PSL season

DeMbare are hoping to return to their spiritual home — Rufaro Stadium — having shared the National Sports Stadium with Caps United and Herentals last season.
By Newsday Jan. 18, 2023

Bosso’s Luphahla in Catch-22 situation

It is mandatory for PSL coaches to possess a Caf “A” badge or equivalent with Zifa emphasising that they will not be making any exemptions anymore
By Fortune Mbele Jan. 6, 2023

Caf ‘A’ coaching licence now mandatory: Zifa

Acting president Gift Banda said club licensing regulations had been compromised for long and from next year, there would be no back-tracking on coaches’ qualifications.
By Fortune Mbele Dec. 14, 2022

Mafu set to return to Hwange

Impeccable sources have said Mafu could be on his way back to the coal-mining town.
By Fortune Mbele Dec. 13, 2022

PSL slashesgate charges for Chibuku final

Those in the grand stands will now fork out $2 instead of $5 with the VIP reserved for invited guests
By Fortune Mbele Nov. 16, 2022

FC Platinum to be crowned on final day

The Zvishavane-based side, under former Warriors coach Norman Mapeza, will be crowned champions of the local league for the fourth time.
By Fortune Mbele Oct. 26, 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

Time to act on South Africa violence against immigrants

The scale of brutality that has broken out in parts of South Africa, mainly low income, poor localities in Gauteng, has led to extreme terrorisation of foreign residents as locals target “illegal” immigrants whom they demand must be deported from South Africa.

By The Standard Apr. 17, 2022