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Mandaza in Cheetahs debut

Mandaza caught the eye with his impressive individual performances for the Cheetahs Academy during the Zambezi Challenge, which was played at Harare Sports Club last weekend.
By Daniel Nhakaniso Nov. 25, 2022
Kaká - the best assistant in the 2011/2012 Champions League
Kaká - the best assistant in the 2011/2012 Champions League
Here you can find all the confrontations involving the club. Its matches are covered not only in the Champions League, but also in other tournaments.
By Theindependent Oct. 26, 2022
Cara Black in race for tennis Hall of Fame
There are two candidates in the Wheelchair Tennis Category, Esther Vergeer from Netherlands and American Rick Draney.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Oct. 21, 2022
Is the Sport of Basketball Growing More Popular Globally?
So, is it gaining the following, or has the popularity of the game reached its peak?
By Theindependent Oct. 20, 2022
Raza in form after bone marrow surgery
Tests discovered that Raza had a bone marrow infection which was suspected to be cancerous and he underwent surgery to remove a tumour.
By Bbc News Oct. 14, 2022
Houghton confident of reaching Super 12
Zimbabwe swept through the qualifiers unbeaten and followed up by beating Bangladesh in Twenty20 and one-day series in Harare.
By Agence France-presse Oct. 14, 2022
Chevrons off to WC
Zimbabwe has been plagued by injuries and could barely field a full-strength side in the series they played against Afghanistan.
By Kevin Mapasure Oct. 7, 2022
Triathlon team ready
George Ascott, Makanaka Mawere, Matipa Mawere, Andie Kuipers, Emma Lidsba, Brooklyn Tippett, Anje van As, Tayleigh Taylor, Nicole Madya, Callum Smith and Rohnan Nicholson.
By Magreth Ruzvidzo Sep. 23, 2022
The issue of concussions in football
Gaming Regulatory Board. Betting is addictive and can be psychologically harmful
By Theindependent Sep. 21, 2022
Pursuit of Gary off the Ballance
Harare-born Ballance played for Zimbabwe at Under-19 level before moving to England in 2006 as a schoolboy.
By Daniel Nhakaniso Sep. 16, 2022
Stanbic bankrolls hockey qualifiers
Stanbic injected ZW$18 million (US$39 000) for the five-day event which started on Wednesday, ending on Sunday.
By Magreth Ruzvidzo Sep. 2, 2022
Swimmers exposed
South Africa dominated the event, which ended on August 30, where they claimed 40 medals, of which 20 were gold.
By Magreth Ruzvidzo Sep. 2, 2022
‘Benjani will rise again’

Mwaruwari, a prolific forward during his heyday with the likes of French outfit AJ Auxerre, English Premier League (EPL) sides Manchester City, Portsmouth and Blackburn Rovers as well as the Warriors, was sacked by Ngezi Platinum Stars after just 13 matches.

By The Independent Aug. 19, 2022
Vincent tips young brother for golf greatness

The Vincent brothers are playing in their first event as professionals in the Asian Tour event which teed off yesterday on the Tampines Course at the Tanah Merah Country Club, widely regarded as one of the leading and most prestigious golf destinations in Singapore and the Asia region.

By The Independent Aug. 12, 2022
Raza impressed by Zim squad’s depth

Zimbabwe won both the T20I and One Day International (ODI) 2-1, respectively, playing a refreshing brand of “fearless cricket” introduced by new coach Dave Houghton.

By The Independent Aug. 12, 2022
Ross Taylor experiences racism

New Zealand Cricket said on Thursday that they are looking into allegations by former skipper Ross Taylor that he suffered racism.

By The Independent Aug. 12, 2022
Kudos to Houghton, cricket squad

The Takashinga monopoly at the apex of decision-making was rumoured to have been the biggest elephant in the room.

By The Independent Aug. 12, 2022
Barrett feared worst after ‘scary’ Springboks hit

Barrett was upended after Springbok winger Kurt-Lee Arendse crashed into him in mid-air late in South Africa’s 26-10 victory as the All Blacks suffered a fifth loss in their last six games. The incident earned Arendse a red card and he was later banned for four matches.

By The Independent Aug. 12, 2022
Nedbank boost for Junior Sables

The commercial banking company is the headline sponsors of the country’s flagship rugby side the Sables, who missed out on qualification for the 2023 Rugby World Cup in qualifiers played in France last month.

By The Independent Aug. 5, 2022
Polo team lifts crown

In an action-packed two-day competition which marked the return of international polo in the country since the Covid-19 pandemic, the Zimbabwe team finished on top, beating neighbours Zambia 14-13.5.

By The Independent Jul. 29, 2022
Ex-All Blacks boss slams NZ rugby

After a recent home series defeat to Ireland, New Zealand Rugby CEO Mark Robinson branded the team’s performance “unacceptable” over the three tests as Foster’s performance as head coach came under review.

By The Independent Jul. 29, 2022
Stenson set for LIV golf debut

Stenson was stripped of his Ryder Cup captaincy last week after confirmation he had opted to sign with LIV in a deal reportedly worth close to US$50 million.

By The Independent Jul. 29, 2022
Caps Utd coach upbeat ahead of clash

Chitembwe was speaking ahead of a tough clash against Manica Diamonds on Sunday. The Green Machine still have sad memories of their visit to Sakubva in Mutare where goalkeeper Tonderai Mateyaunga had the nightmare of retrieving the ball six times from the nets in what was one of their biggest defeat in years.

By The Independent Jul. 22, 2022
Bayern ready to end Barca-Lewa saga?

The Poland striker’s future has been a hot topic ever since he publicly admitted he wants to leave the Bundesliga champions in this window.

By The Independent Jul. 15, 2022
Strong Cheetahs squad named for Sevens Series

The Cheetahs, as the national rugby sevens side is affectionately known, are bracing for a busy international schedule next month where they will feature in the World Rugby Challenger Series event and the subsequent Rugby World Cup Sevens to be hosted by South Africa, a month later.

By The Independent Jul. 15, 2022
Vincent excited about British Open

Vincent, who is a Victoria Falls Safari Lodge global ambassador, said: “I’m extremely excited to take part in my first major championship. It’s very fitting that it is the 150th Open Championship at St Andrews, which is a tournament and a location I dreamt about whenI was growing up.

By The Independent Jul. 8, 2022
Heartbroken Sables aim to finish high

The Sables, who have not won a Test match against Namibia since 2001, lost 34-19 to the Namibians in the semi-finals of the Africa Cup, which is doubling as the qualifying tournament for the 2023 World Cup finals.

By The Independent Jul. 8, 2022
Williams boosts Chevrons

Williams, who is the Test captain, has been conspicuous by his absence from the national team since he featured in the ODI series during the Sri Lanka tour in January.

By The Independent Jul. 1, 2022