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Road to Anfield football tourney launched

Road to Anfield football tourney launched

STANDARD Chartered Bank Zimbabwe Limited (Stanchart) says all is set for this year’s Road to Anfield national tournament to be played in Harare on Saturday.

Early football feast for Zvishavane fans

Early football feast for Zvishavane fans

CENTRAL Region Premiership sides FC Platinum and returnees Shabanie Mine will have a chance to assess their players as well as preparations ahead of the season, when the two sides meet in the CG Msipa Tournament at Maglas Stadium in Zvishavane on Saturday.

Africa’s flamboyant plots Hayatou downfall

Africa’s flamboyant plots Hayatou downfall

The man driving the campaign to unseat longtime African soccer boss Issa Hayatou is a multi-millionaire Zimbabwean property tycoon, who dabbles in politics and was once accused of being a spy.

Mighty Warriors go unpaid

Mighty Warriors go unpaid

Zifa is struggling to pay the women’s senior national football team despite the Mighty Warriors’ success on the field, which…

Downs lead Q3 at half way point

Downs lead Q3 at half way point

With a perfect record from their last four matches, Mamelodi Sundowns are currently leading the Absa Premiership Q-Innovation Quarter Three (Q3) standings.

Pirates too strong for Ajax

Pirates too strong for Ajax

Orlando Pirates ended a run of three Absa Premiership matches without a win by defeating Ajax Cape Town 2-1 at Orlando Stadium in Soweto on Wednesday night.

Coltart attacks teachers’ salaries slashing proposal

Coltart attacks teachers’ salaries slashing proposal

Former Education minister David Coltart has condemned plans by government to slash teachers’ salaries in schools with a pass rate below 50%.

Pictures: Bosso’s easy call to Cup victory

Pictures: Bosso’s easy call to Cup victory

VIEW PICTURES of the action in Bulawayo on Sunday when Bosso romped to a 1-0 victory over league champions Chicken Inn to clinch the Easy Call Cup

Highlanders aim for flourishing finish

Highlanders aim for flourishing finish

HIGHLANDERS’ technical adviser Cosmas “Tsano” Zulu says they are happy with the Easycall Cup semi-final draw where they host perennial nemesis Dynamos, but he would rather have his boys focus on the last Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match against ZPC Kariba at Barbourfields Stadium tomorrow.

Highlanders resurgence continues

Highlanders resurgence continues

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