Leslie Gwindi.

Zifa polls cleared

Zifa polls cleared

HARARE lawyer Saidi Sangula’s bid to stop the 2014 Zifa elections failed last night when High Court judge Justice Francis Bere ruled that his application had no merit and the timing indicated sinister motives.

Zifa election D-day

Zifa election D-day

HARARE lawyer Saidi Sangula will find out today if his bid to stop the 2014 Zifa elections, set for next weekend, has been successful with the High Court finally set to deliver judgment in a case that has been postponed twice.

Gwindi appeals Zifa ban

Gwindi appeals Zifa ban

HARARE City chairman Leslie Gwindi, who was last month slapped with an effective two-year ban from football after being convicted of bringing the game into disrepute, has appealed against the ruling arguing it was biased and compromised in favour of Zifa in order to please its president Cuthbert Dube.

Gwindi apologises

Gwindi apologises

HARARE CITY Football Club chairman Leslie Gwindi finally apologised to Zifa, Premier Soccer League (PSL) and the league sponsors yesterday, meet the remaining condition set aside by the Zifa disciplinary committee which found him guilty of bringing the game of football into disrepute.

Three names for Zifa vice-presidency

Three names for Zifa vice-presidency

THE ZIFA national election nominations opened on Friday with a number of names from the southern region thrown into the fray for the vice-president’s position as incumbent Ndumiso Gumede is said not to be seeking re- election.

Gwindi closer to freedom

Gwindi closer to freedom

HARARE CITY Football Club chairman Leslie Gwindi has until Sunday to meet the remaining condition set by the Zifa disciplinary committee after they found him guilty of bringing the game of football into disrepute.

Gwindi races against time

Gwindi races against time

HARARE City Football Club chairman Leslie Gwindi is racing against time as he has until Monday to meet conditions set by the Zifa disciplinary committee following his ban for bringing the game of football into disrepute.

Gwindi guilty, awaits fate

Gwindi guilty, awaits fate

HARARE CITY Football Club chairman Leslie Gwindi’s chances of contesting the next Zifa elections set for March 29 are now almost next to nothing after he was found guilty of bringing the game of football into disrepute by Zifa’s disciplinary committee.
He would be sentenced today.

Zifa threats: Much  ado about nothing

Zifa threats: Much ado about nothing

REPORTS at the weekend by some newspapers suggested the Zifa was now in the process of reconstituting its disciplinary committee.

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