Articles tagged 'dube'

Highlanders disown BF thugs 17 May 2017 BULAWAYO - Highlanders have strongly condemned unruly fans who caused the abandonment of the league match against Dynamos at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday. Irate Bosso fans threw missiles at referee Munyaradzi Majoni and his assistant Thomas Kusosa after they had allowed a controversial equa...
Zifa property attached 11 May 2016 HARARE - There was drama at Zifa headquarters yesterday after staff tried to block the Messenger of Court from attaching property over a debt owed to photographer Lazarus Riva. Riva has been in a long-running legal battle to recuperate at least $19 000 he is owed by the association dating back...
Nssa executives fight 'dismissals' 27 October 2015 HARARE - National Social Security Authority (Nssa) top executives who were sacked last week by the national insurer's board, have challenged their retrenchment, saying it was in violation of the Labour Act. This comes as it emerged that the board announced to the media that it had cut ties wit...
Cuthbert Dube quits Zifa 3 October 2015 HARARE - Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) president Cuthbert Dube resigned from his post on Friday night ahead of Saturday's Extraordinary General Meeting which was expected to boot him out. In a statement on Dube said: “In the interests of football in Zimbabwe and as a true, tried and tes...
Bullish Hwange warn DeMbare 12 July 2015 HARARE - Hwange coach Nation Dube says he is expecting nothing short of victory in today’s league match against Castle Lager Premiership defending champions Dynamos at Rufaro Stadium. The two teams clash once again — a week after they were inseparable, playing to a one-all draw at Colliery Sta...
Pressure mounts on Dube 8 July 2015 HARARE - Zifa president Cuthbert Dube and CEO Jonathan Mashingaidze are the cancer destroying the local game a commission of inquiry into the state of football was told yesterday. The inquest was initiated by the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) after Zifa suspended vice president Omega ...
SRC sets up Zifa probe team 29 June 2015 HARARE - The Sports and Recreational Commission (SRC) has expressed its displeasure with the way the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) is running their affairs, and has tasked a committee to investigate the shambolic operations at the association. The team made up of chairperson Obadiah Moy...
Zifa councillors defiant 18 June 2015 HARARE - The suspended 14 Zifa councillors are hopeful the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) will come to the rescue of the local game. Zifa president Cuthbert Dube and his henchman CEO Jonathan Mashingaidze on Monday flexed their muscle by wielding the axe vice-president Omega Sibanda an...
'Zifa gone to the dogs' 17 June 2015 HARARE - Ndumiso Gumede, the former Zimbabwe Football Association Football (Zifa) vice-president, is concerned with the way events are unfolding at the association. The veteran football administrator has called onto the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) to intervene before it’s too late. ...
'Time up for Zifa' 13 June 2015 HARARE - In the wake of the Warriors’ chaos this week calls have increased for Cuthbert Dube and his Zifa board to step down. The crisis in the Warriors camp reached alarming levels when the players refused to board Thursday’s flight to Malawi for this afternoon’s 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qu...
Is Dube to blame; I don't think so 28 May 2015 JOHANNESBURG - The Zimbabwe football finds itself in the news again and all for the wrong reasons. A number of disgruntled Zifa Council members took it upon themselves to read under-fire president Cuthbert Dube the riot act and apparently without reading and understanding the Constitution well...
Zifa boot out Cuthbert Dube 17 May 2015 HARARE - Zifa’s Emergency General Meeting called by disgruntled councillors resolved to boot out president Cuthbert Dube and two other board members yesterday. Dube, who was re-elected for a second term in March 2014, was yesterday together with board members Fungai Chihuri and Tavengwa Hara s...
SRC to act on Zifa 26 April 2015 HARARE - The Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) will summon the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) in light of this weekend’s cancelled Zifa Assembly. The Zifa Assembly was supposed to have met today at the Zifa Village but the association’s CEO Jonathan Mashingaidze wrote to councillors...
Zifa meeting cancelled again 22 April 2015 HARARE - The eagerly awaited Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) Annual General Meeting (AGM) set for this Saturday has been called off again. Zifa CEO Jonathan Mashingaidze yesterday sent a memo to the members of the Zifa Assembly notifying them about the cancellation of the AGM for the seco...
Dube in the dark over suspensions? 22 April 2015 HARARE - Zifa president Cuthbert Dube is in the dark regarding the suspension of women’s football boss Miriam Sibanda and her subordinates Edwin Magosvongwe and Ben Mamuche on Tuesday. Sources close to the development told the Daily News that Dube was not consulted when the purportedly Zimbabw...
Young Warriors hailed 15 April 2015 HARARE - Zifa president Cuthbert Dube has led the plaudits for the victorious Zimbabwe Under-23 national team which has qualified for the 2015 All-Africa Games. The Young Warriors reached the finals to be staged in Congo-Brazzaville in September after dispatching the highly-fancied Cameroon in...
I will support Africa - Prince Ali 1 April 2015 HARARE - Visiting Fifa vice-president Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein has pledged to channel more resources to Africa and the developing world if he is elected into office. Prince Ali will on May 29 battle for the Fifa presidency against incumbent Joseph Sepp Blatter, former Portugal captain Luis Fi...
Fifa's Prince Ali visits Zim 31 March 2015 HARARE - Fifa vice-president Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, who is challenging Sepp Blatter for the leadership of world football's governing body, arrived in the country last night. The Jordanian Prince, 39, who will stand as a candidate at Fifa’s presidential election on May 29, where Blatter, 78...
Dube sticks to old habits 25 March 2015 HARARE - Cuthbert Dube has been criticised for not attending local football matches and despite continued public outcry over the state of the national game which is clearly in intensive care, it seems the Zifa president is not moved. The Young Warriors, considered as the future national team a...
'Zifa must be dissolved' 24 March 2015 HARARE - Members of Parliament have called for the resignation of Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) president Cuthbert Dube and his entire executive along with leaders of other national sports associations for incompetence. This comes after Oliver Mandipaka, Zanu PF MP for Buhera West, move...
Cuthbert Dube threatens to quit 3 March 2015 HARARE - Stung by the constant criticism directed at him for the decaying state of local football, Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) president Cuthbert Dube has threatened to step down from his post. Addressing councillors at the association's Extra-Ordinary General Meeting at the Zifa Vill...
Zifa saga to return to Parly 17 February 2015 HARARE - The Zifa debate is expected to dominate Parliament again when Sports minister Andrew Langa appears before the Sports, Arts and Culture parliamentary portfolio committee on Thursday. Langa and his deputy Tabitha Kanengoni-Malinga will give oral evidence to the committee on the state of...
Zifa rot runs deep 8 February 2015 HARARE - The Zimbabwe Football Association’s (Zifa) Human Resources (HR) practices have been put into question as the association continues to battle against a ballooning debt that now stands at $6 million. On Friday, Zifa president Cuthbert Dube was visited by the Deputy Sherriff as they want...
Fifa assess Zim situation 31 January 2015 HARARE - World football governing body Fifa is “assessing” the situation in Zimbabwe following recent threats by the Government to dissolve the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) board led by the embattled president Cuthbert Dube. On Wednesday, deputy Sports minister Tabeth Kanengoni-Malinga...
Carelse-Juul for Zifa? 31 January 2015 HARARE - As pressure mounts on Zifa boss Cuthbert Dube, former chairman Trevor Carelse-Juul has emerged as favourite to land the job in the post-Dube era.  Dube was left on the brink this week after Government announced plans to sack him and his entire executive on charges of gross incompetenc...