Friday, July 21, 2017

Mugabe hopes England and Brazil will use Zimbabwe as World Cup base

Zimbabwe is hoping to persuade ­several teams, including ­England, to base their World Cup training camps in the country in an effort to attract tourism from neighbouring South Africa.

Peter Ndlovu arrested for assaulting pregnant girl

Troubled former Zimbabwe soccer team captain Peter Ndlovu was arrested this week over an alleged assault of his pregnant live-in girlfriend, reports from South Africa said on Thursday.

FIFA slammed for Mugabe role in WC Trophy

Human rights activists are angered that Zimbabwean dictator Robert Mugabe was allowed to hold the 2010 World Cup trophy during its tour of Africa.

Olympics athlete Dzingai excels in Ostrava

Olypmics athlete, Brian Dzingai is flying the Zimbabwe flag high.

Dzingai to contest at World Championship

Zimbabwe's printing ace Brian Dzingai will today step into the cauldron of Berlin’s Olympic Stadium in Germany to fight for a place in the final of the men’s 200m event at the World Athletics Championships.

Mutola snubs Zimbabwe sports ceremony

Mozambican middle distance legend Maria Mutola has turned down an invitation from the Sport and Recreation Commission. The idea behind was for her to grace the Sportsperson of the Year Award ceremony to be held on Friday.

Warriors implicated in match-fixing scandal.

The match-fixing scourge, common in the international football arena, is alleged to have infiltrated the Warriors camp last year as the boys were instructed to hand over three wins to Asian teams in exchange for United States dollars from members of an Asian betting syndicate.

40 000 prostitutes to enter South Africa for world cup

As many as 40 000 women are expected to arrive in South Africa ahead of the World Cup to work as prostitutes.

Former Zim soccer player murdered in South Africa

Former Highlanders tough defender Cleopas Dlodlo was murdered in South Africa on Monday night.

Mugabe Jr. saves national basketball team from financial woes

Zimbabwe is not a known in basketball circles as a power house but interest is being generated in the Southern African country since President Robert Mugabe’s son was drafted into the national basketball team.
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