Articles tagged 'namibia'

Zim make it two wins 11 September 2017 HARARE - The Zimbabwe Women’s cricket team made it two wins in a row after beating Tanzania by 72 runs yesterday in Windhoek, Namibia at the ICC Women's World T20, Africa Qualifier. Zimbabwe posted a total of 125/8 in their allotted 20 overs courtesy of a half century by Chipo Mugeri (57) and ...
Mayers, Musonda miss out 9 September 2017 HARARE - Zimbabwe get their ICC Women World T20 Africa Qualifiers campaign up and running against hosts Namibia in Windhoek this afternoon without two key players; Sharne Mayers and Mary-Anne Musonda. The team arrived in Windhoek from a successful tour of South Africa where they won six out of...
Namibia expels Zim engineering expats 28 August 2017 HARARE - The Namibia government is letting go Zimbabwean engineering expatriates seconded there on a government-to-government agreement. This comes ahead of the expiry of a five-year Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) signed between the two nations in 2012. The Namibian government last week ...
Zifa appeal dead: Namibia 12 August 2017 HARARE - The Namibia Football Association (NFA) insists the appeal by the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) to have a Chan replay between the Warriors and the Brave Warriors is dead in the water. Zimbabwe were eliminated from the competition when they lost the second round qualifier 5-4 on ...
Mangongo praises U19 side 3 May 2017 HARARE - Zimbabwe U19 cricket team coach Steve Mangongo was thrilled by his side's series whitewash over Namibia, adding that hard work in training was slowly paying dividends. Mangongo's youngsters bagged the series with a 5-0 score-line in spectacular fashion winning the final match by a mas...
Zim A to tour Namibia 28 April 2017 HARARE - The Zimbabwe A cricket team is scheduled to play their Namibia counterparts in four limited overs matches in Windhoek starting this weekend. Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) confirmed the development in a statement last night with an experienced squad set to travel to Windhoek on Saturday. “A...
Namibia president to open ZITF 24 April 2017 HARARE - Namibia President Hage Geingob is expected to open this year’s 58th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) on April 28, in Bulawayo. According to the Foreign Affairs ministry, Geingob is expected in the country on Wednesday, where he is set to hold meetings with Presi...
Buyanga in Namibian tender storm 30 August 2016 WINDHOEK - The Ministry of Works and Transport is in the eye of a storm after issuing a N$1.6 billion railway procurement tender that will run over three years and will see about 60 000 metric tonnes of rail being imported  without the relevant advise on the technicalities of the tender specifica...
Zim aim for better fortunes 18 July 2016 DURBAN - The Old Mutual Zimbabwe Under-18 rugby team have made wholesale changes as they seek to salvage some pride when they take on old nemesis Namibia in wet and cool conditions this morning. The side is yet to fire from all cylinders, only overcoming Griquas Country Districts16-9 courtesy ...
Namibian market excites Innscor 24 November 2015 HARARE - Zimbabwe Stock Exchange-listed diversified concern, Innscor Africa Limited (Innscor), says it is excited by opportunities presented by the Namibian market. The group’s chief executive, Antonio Fourie, told businessdaily on Friday that the pan-African conglomerate was looking at variou...
Zim companies urged to explore Namibian market 24 November 2015 HARARE - Zimbabwean companies have been urged to increase their regional footprint by exploiting the potential vast business opportunities offered by Namibia. Zimtrade chief executive Sithembile Pilime yesterday told delegates at the presentation of the Namibia Market Survey in the capital th...
Ruthless Namibia wallop Sables 80-6 16 August 2015 HARARE - Namibia have lifted the 2015 Africa Cup 1A trophy after showing their class to dispatch an ill-prepared Zimbabwe 80-6 at Hage Geingob Rugby Stadium in Windhoek yesterday. The Sables pack was totally outclassed by the Welwitschias forwards led by flank Renaldo Bothma in a one-sided enc...
Sables captain's rallying call 15 August 2015 HARARE - Zimbabwe's XVs rugby captain Denford Mutamangira has challenged his troops to put behind the shaky preparations to upset Namibia in the Africa Cup 1A tie in Windhoek today. The Sables were dealt a heavy blow after several regulars pulled out of the decisive encounter due to work and c...
Lang blow for Sables 15 August 2015 HARARE - Zimbabwe national rugby team's hopes of being crowned 2015 African Champions received another blow after loose forward Kingsley Lang tore his quad muscle during Wednesday's training session. The England-based forward is now in a race against time to be fit for tomorrow's Africa Cup A1...
It's going to be tough: Mandenge 15 August 2015 HARARE - Zimbabwe rugby XVs coach Cyprian Mandenge is well aware of the tough challenge facing his side in Saturday’s Africa Cup A1 clash against Namibia. The Sables have had little time to prepare for this encounter against the 2015 Rugby World Cup-bound Welwitschias. Players are travellin...
Namibia humble Junior Sables 19 July 2015 STELLENBOSCH - The Junior Sables’ hopes of ending a five-year wait to beat old rivals Namibia were brought to a crashing halt during the final day of the Coca-Cola Craven Week rugby tournament yesterday. This was a match which the Old Mutual-sponsored Zimbabwe Under-18 rugby squad’s lack of pr...
Mandenge cries for help 8 July 2015 HARARE - Zimbabwe rugby coach Cyprian Mandenge has called on all rugby stakeholders to back him 100 percent if he is to achieve the best possible results. Mandenge is on a four-year performance-based contract with the Zimbabwe Rugby Union (ZRU) and has so far got off to a perfect start with Af...
Krog shines in Namibia 22 June 2015 HARARE - Zimbabwe's 19-year-old golf sensation Stuart Krog won the second edition of the Windhoek Lager Africa Championship in Namibia over the weekend. The former St George’s College student won the championship division while the duo of Pascall Mudzikisi and Clement Chimuti competed in the B...
Warriors crash out as bonus row stalks side 22 May 2015 HARARE - Zimbabwe crashed out of the Cosafa Cup when they put on a shambolic display against Namibia last night as players crossed swords with Zifa before the match over bonuses. The Warriors had appeared on course for a quarter-final berth against neighbours and holders Zambia heading into la...
'Namibia will be difficult' 21 May 2015 HARARE - Zimbabwe national team coach Calisto Pasuwa says the warriors will face a tough opponent in Namibia during this evening’s Cosafa Cup final Group A match in South Africa. The Warriors need at least a point to secure a quarter-final berth against Zambia after two wins over Mauritius and...
Cut foreign trips, Mugabe told 27 March 2015 HARARE - Opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai's MDC says President Robert Mugabe must cut both his bloated Cabinet team and costly foreign travels before his government thinks about retrenching poor civil servants. This advice yesterday came in the wake of the government, hit hard by the twin b...
Mugabe must limit foreign travel 22 March 2015 HARARE - President Robert Mugabe’s penchant for globe-trotting has reflected very badly on how the Zanu PF government sets its priorities. The president, who only returned to the country on January 21 from a prolonged annual leave in the Far East, has to date embarked on at least seven foreign tr...
Still a lot to be done - Tinker 13 February 2015 HARARE - Zimbabwe Under-19 cricket side interim coach Ian Tinker says there is still a lot of work to be done if the country is to compete favourably at the 2016 ICC Under-19 World Cup to be held in Bangladesh. Tinker was appointed the interim Zimbabwe Under-19 cricket coach in the absence of ...
Zim Under-19 make two changes 11 February 2015 HARARE - The Zimbabwe Under-19 cricket team have made two forced changes for today's one day match against the visiting Namibia Under-19 side at Old Hararians Sports Club. The three-match series is evenly poised at 1-1 after the hosts won the first game on Sunday by one wicket while Namibia ro...
Zim Under-19 lose to Namibia 10 February 2015 HARARE - Half centuries by Zimbabwe Under-19’s Adam Keefe and William Mashinge were in vain as the side lost their second one day match against Namibia Under-19 by 40 runs yesterday. With yesterday’s win at Old Hararians Sports Cub, the visitors have now levelled the three-match series 1-1 aft...