Sables team of the decade: Our choice

Enock Muchinjo A CHALLENGE was thrown to me this week when media colleague Brian Matamba ...
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Zim cric needs ‘do as I do’ captain

Enock Muchinjo SEAN Williams is shoo-in for Zimbabwe’s Test captaincy, but Chamu Chibhabha has to ...
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For Norman Mapeza, football comes full circle

Enock Muchinjo IN the prime of his playing days, Norman Mapeza featured in the most ...
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Cool to represent Zim

Zimbabwe Independent HULL FC prop forward Masi Matongo is hoping to cement a regular starting ...
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National disgrace that knows no bounds

Enock Muchinjo ONE academic once described administrative failure as the worst kind of bottleneck — ...
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All soccer today on a proven platform

All soccer today on a proven platform This season, there is an interesting and intense ...
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How Forbes bet small and won BIG

Forbes Kagweda bought a new car and surprised his family after winning BIG with betPawa ...
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‘Cricketer swindled us of life savings’

Enock Muchinjo TO JOHANNESBURG couple Stephen and Thandiwe Moyo, fellow Zimbabwean Dumisani Mankunzini was a ...
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When Springboks World Cup heroes rehearsed in Harare

Enock Muchinjo SIYA Kolisi and teammates rose from the substitutes’ bench in unison, ready to ...
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Football feels brunt of state failure

Enock Muchinjo WITH indicators of a failed state abundantly evident in Zimbabwe — failing public ...
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A history of conflict

Enock Muchinjo A POWER struggle that threatened to tear cricket apart in Zimbabwe this year ...
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Zim influence in an African success story

Enock Muchinjo A POWERFUL Italy team, half their squad two years later at the inaugural ...
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A funny old game indeed

Enock Muchinjo AS the popular sports cliché goes, you are only as good as your ...
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Granny’s boys, rural upbringing, the Springbok history-makers

Enock Muchinjo JAKE White, the cunning former Springbok coach, had a last throw of the ...
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Where has the pride gone?

DISGUSTED is a pretty strong term, but when one former Zimbabwe Sevens rugby player told ...
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