Moment of truth for Phillip Chiyangwa

He would have preferred to be unopposed this time around as he seeks re-election as ...
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Stretches like rubber, runs like a cheetah

THEY make them fast in Masvingo, really fast. The good old historical place that once ...
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In honour of a stalwart

FLOWER is a name popularised in world sport by Andy and Grant Flower, Zimbabwe’s cricket ...
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Shocking, but sadly not surprising

FUNGAI Zinatsa is not a name known to many. She is one of those behind-the-scenes ...
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Destroying instead of building

DRIVING through what used to be prime farmland — now reduced to stretches of derelict, ...
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Taibu bounces back to play in Sri Lanka

FORMER Zimbabwe captain Tatenda Taibu will make a return to top-class cricket at the age ...
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Zim flyer charms World Rugby

TAFADWA Chitokwindo, the Zimbabwean rugby speedster, has been featured by the game’s global governing body, ...
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Playing self-sabotage with Musona

IT BOGGLES the mind every time a Zimbabwe squad is named, to see the name ...
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An evening with Eddo Brandes

THE “Little School in the Bush”, as Lilfordia Primary School fondly calls itself, has charming ...
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Selling what’s left of their dignity

CUTHBERT Dube, the former Zifa president, was once hailed as “God’s chosen one” by a ...
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Taylor joins the greats

THE roster includes some of the all-time greats of world cricket like Sir Clyde Walcott, ...
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Great war: Forgotten heroes from Zim

SHAYNE Makombe, the France-based Zimbabwe rugby player, last Sunday laid a wreath and read a ...
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Mavuta: Player with a lion heart

FOR two men that have become some kind of persona non grata with the powers ...
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Without action, there’s no change

WHEN you look at the boardroom chaos in Zimbabwean football at the moment, it gives ...
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Unlikely spin trio cheers Zim

Brandon Mavuta, Wellington Masakadza and Sikandar Raza came down the stairs together soon after Zimbabwe’s ...
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