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Bulawayo City are kings

Bulawayo City are kings

BULAWAYO City secured a ticket to the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League next year following their 1-0 win over Trumus in Victoria Falls at the weekend.

PSL suspend four Absa Premiership fixtures

PSL suspend four Absa Premiership fixtures

The PSL has postponed four of this weekend’s scheduled Absa Premiership fixtures due to the late arrival of some Bafana Bafana players from national team duty.

Hwange edge Chapungu

Hwange edge Chapungu

An 80th minute goal by David Boriwondo gave Hwange an important home win in a Castle Lager Premier League match at the Colliery stadium yesterday.

Bosso crisis: Dube demands change

Bosso crisis: Dube demands change

HIGHLANDERS long-time benefactor Tshinga Dube has urged the current club leadership, led by Peter Dube, to step down and pave…

Promoted sides poised for instant chop

Promoted sides poised for instant chop

The relegation battle is playing second fiddle to an intriguing Castle Lager Premier Soccer League (PSL) championship chase, but it’s…

Legend backs Highlanders to survive

Legend backs Highlanders to survive

HIGHLANDERS’ legend Zenzo Moyo believes the struggling Bulawayo giants will survive relegation.

Legend backs Bosso to survive

Legend backs Bosso to survive

HIGHLANDERS’ legend Zenzo Moyo believes the struggling Bulawayo giants will survive relegation.

Bulawayo City stagger

Bulawayo City stagger

AMBITIOUS Southern Region Soccer League side Bulawayo City only managed a goalless draw against police side Black Boots in Fairbridge on Saturday.

PSL beckons for Bulawayo City

PSL beckons for Bulawayo City

BULAWAYO City are close to clinching the sole ticket to play in the top-flight league next season, but they have Black Boots to account for when the two sides clash at Fairbridge in a Southern Region Soccer League match on Saturday

Mutizwa carries Bosso survival hopes

Mutizwa carries Bosso survival hopes

ZIMBABWE’S batting department, which twice struggled to chase down meagre total of 136 during the Twenty20 series, was dealt a further blow after Craig Ervine was ruled out of the three-match one-day international (ODI) series against Pakistan with a groin injury.

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