Eagles rediscover mojo,  Tuskers thump Mountaineers 15 March 2019 Newly-Crowned Pro-50 Champions Eagles have rediscovered their winning formula after evading the Rhinos horn to win the morning T20 encounter by six wickets at Harare Sports Club yesterday to make it two wins in two.
Mapeza targets strong CL finish 15 March 2019 FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza is targeting a strong finish to their Caf Champions League flirtation when they host Tunisian giants Esperance at Barbourfields Stadium tomorrow.
Much appreciated 14 March 2019 ZIFA president Felton Kamambo yesterday took the opportunity to invite on board more sponsors to partner the association in the development of football starting from grassroots going up to the topflight level.
Mhofu not panicking over Nakamba injury 13 March 2019 Sunday Chidzambwa reckons while injury to Warriors' Belgium-based midfielder Marvelous Nakamba is a huge blow ahead of their crucial 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifier tie against Congo at home later this month, they are, however, not pressing the panic button.
Battle for Egypt 2019 . . . as Zifa woos former captains 13 March 2019 The Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) is pulling all the stops to ensure the Warriors qualify for the African Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals set for Egypt later this year and have roped in former national team captains in their quest to achieve that goal.
Citizens' men break Wolves jinx 12 March 2019 Harare City men's (Citizens) volleyball team finally ended University of Zimbabwe Wolves' hegemony after they romped to a 3-2 win in a scintillating Harare Volleyball Association men's final on Sunday.
Chitembwe lauds new signings 12 March 2019 CAPS United coach Lloyd Chitembwe is happy with how his new signings are integrating into their system as they continue preparations for the new season.
Bosso running out of time 12 March 2019 Highlanders assistant coach Bekithemba Ndlovu admitted time is slowly running out for the Bulawayo giants to fully prepare for the upcoming 2019 Castle Lager Premiership season as the standoff between players and the management over salaries enters the third week.
Mablanyo stays grounded 12 March 2019 Dynamos coach Lloyd “Mablanyo” Chigowe wore familiar smile on his face after being asked if his newly-assembled side has what it takes to fight for honours ahead of the 2019 Castle Lager Premiership season which commences on March 30.
Eagles are Pro 50 Champions 11 March 2019 Tinashe Kamunhukamwe won the battle of big hitters powering Eagles to a two-wicket win over Tuskers in the Pro 50 Championship final on Saturday.
Sadomba dazzles 11 March 2019 A decade after Edward Sadomba wowed Dynamos fans, before embarking on a sojourn that took him to Mozambique, Sudan, United Arab Emirates and Libya, it seems he is ready to charm once again, if yesterday's performance is anything to go by.
Zifa renews Chidzambwa's contract 10 March 2019 The Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) executive committee yesterday unanimously agreed to extend Warriors coach Sunday Chidzambwa's contract at their board meeting in the capital.
Hard work pays off for Mashaya 10 March 2019 Kobudo martial artist Wilfred Mashaya capped a fine competitive season after he was finally honoured at home last week. Known as the Zimbabwean Ninja, he became the first local World Kobudo champion. 
Injury catapults Tomu to bikini stardom 10 March 2019 As a marathon runner, Lynnette Tomu has always mastered the art of going through the pain barrier to achieve her goals. 
Kwekwe: Football sleeping giant 10 March 2019 Two decades ago, Kwekwe-based Lancashire Steel Football Club defied all odds by clinching the 1999 Madison Trophy after beating CAPS United 2-1 in the final and wrote their own Cinderella story in local football.
DeMbare's huge challenge 10 March 2019 Dynamos name appeared prominently in recent years on the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League's list of most ill-disciplined teams.
Jonga shines on pro debut 10 March 2019 Regina Jonga celebrated Women's Day in style romping to a third place finish on her pro bodybuilding debut in Shangai, China yesterday.
Pfumbidzai exorcises Denmark ghost 10 March 2019 Warrior fullback Ronald Pfumbidzai thought his breakthrough to launch a professional footballing career in Europe had arrived when he signed for Danish side Hobro IK in 2015.
Pro 50 war at Harare Sports Club 9 March 2019 High- flying Eagles captain Tino Mutombodzi boasts of a solid depth within the side ahead of this morning's Pro 50 Championship against an equally explosive Tuskers at Harare Sports Club.
Chitembwe remains calm. . . as Makepekepe, DeMbare square-off 9 March 2019 Caps United coach Lloyd Chitembwe insists the result in their pre-season invitational Charity Challenge Cup against bitter rivals Dynamos tomorrow will not be a priority as he wants to use the platform to ensure his charges are in great shape ahead of the 2019 Castle Lager Premiership season.
Jonga wins Shangai  contest, turns pro 8 March 2019 Top Zimbabwean female bodybuilder Regina Jonga emerged the overall winner of the Tera Inter-Continental 2019 WFF Pro Am Championship in Shangai, China yesterday and subsequently waved goodbye to amateur bodybuilding.
Crisis at Bosso . . . as players vow to continue with their strikeCrisis at Bosso . . . as players vow to continue with their strike 8 March 2019 It seems there is no end in sight to Highlanders' pre-season woes as players vowed to continue with their strike until their grievances are fully addressed by the team's leadership.
SeedCo donates cricket kit to Peterhouse 7 March 2019 Seed manufacturer SeedCo yesterday donated playing kit to Peterhouse Boys School cricket team .Only last April SeedCo was in Harare handing over another sports kit to Hartmann House rugby team ahead of their trip to South Africa.
Akbay proud of Ngezi players 7 March 2019 Ngezi Platinum Stars coach Erol Akbay is proud of his charges as they wind up their pre-season camp in South Africa which he believes has gone a long way in preparing his squad for the 2019 Castle Lager Premiership season.
DeMbare score $5 million sponsorship 7 March 2019 Dynamos chairperson Isaiah Mupfurutsa yesterday boldly declared that their newly-found partnership with Gold Leaf Tobacco Zimbabwe is a true testament of the club's desire to reclaim its position as the dominant force on the local football scene.
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