Friday, July 21, 2017

Australia bans controversial Zimbabwe cricket boss

Controversial Zimbabwe cricket chairman Peter Chingoka has branded as "outrageous" his ban on entering Australia as his troubled African nation battles for a return to Test ranks.

HIV Positive women football beats stigma

Janet Mpilime, 32, captain of the ARV Swallows, an all-woman football team based in the informal settlement of Epworth, 10km east of the Zimbabwean capital, Harare, has just led her team to a 2-1 victory over Sporting ART.

Cleopas Dlodlo murdered by a Zimbabwean

More trouble is brewing for the man accused of killing former Kaizer Chiefs centre back Cleopas Dlodlo.

Former Amazulu Football Club owner dumps life

Former Amazulu Football Club owner, playboy and businessman Delma Lupepe claims that he is no longer interested in Ménage à trois and dirty dealings. Instead he has found happiness in Jesus.

Athlete Semenya is a hermaphrodite

World athletics is in crisis with tests showing champion runner Caster Semenya is a hermaphrodite - a person with both female and male sexual characteristics.

Red carpet rolled out for Semenya

Athletics gold medalist Caster Semenya joined local pop singer Chome on stage at the OR Tambo International Airport’s Piazza parking area and danced to an adaptation of the struggle song, Igama lamakhosikazi malibungwe, which means “Let women be praised”.

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.

Zimbabwean boxers resist undergoing HIV tests

There has been a lot of resistance from Zimbabwean boxers to undergo the mandatory HIV and Hepatitis B tests, the Zimbabwe Boxing Board of Control has revealed.

World record puts Coventry back on top of world

Kirsty Coventry of Zimbabwe regained the women’s 200m backstroke world title in a world record of 2min 04.81sec here on Saturday.

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.
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