Articles tagged 'sibanda'

Kwinji 15 defends senior players 12 June 2018 HARARE – Mighty Warriors coach Sithethelelwe “Kwinji 15” Sibanda has come to the defence of the team's senior players following the defeat to Zambia at the weekend. Zimbabwe lost 1-2 to Shepolopolo in the second leg of the 2018 Africa Women Cup of Nations (Awcon) qualifier final round at Rufar...
Heartbreak for Mighty Warriors 12 June 2018 Zimbabwe……(1) 1 Zambia………(0) 2 (Zambia qualify on away goals rule) HARARE – The Mighty Warriors' quest for a second successive appearance at the African Women's Cup of Nations (Awcon) finals went up in smoke when they lost to Zambia on Sunday. Zimbabwe looked like they had one foot al...
ZRU finances in shambles 10 November 2017 HARARE - The Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) enquiry into the affairs of the Zimbabwe Rugby Union (ZRU) has revealed lack of financial principles at the union. The SRC tasked a commission led by commissioner Clement Mukwasi to probe ZRU following the suspension of president Nyararai Sib...
SRC shames ZRU leadership 10 November 2017 HARARE - Former Zimbabwe Rugby Union (ZRU) president Nyararai Sibanda usurped the role of ex-chief executive Colleen de Jong in order to siphon funds from the union. This is one of the allegations contained in the report compiled by the Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) commission that wa...
Zim karateka seeks sponsorship 9 November 2016 HARARE - Budding Zimbabwe junior karateka Beavan Sibanda is running behind schedule in his quest to participate in his maiden international competition in Bulgaria early December owing to lack of finances. The young Sibanda has been invited to compete in the 5th KWU Kyokushi Open Youth World C...
ZRU defends Mandenge sacking 5 September 2016 HARARE - Zimbabwe Rugby Union (ZRU) president Nyararai Sibanda has defended the recent decision to sack Sables coach Cyprian Mandenge (pictured). Although Mandenge and Sables team manager Sebastian Garikai tendered in their resignations last week — in essence they were sacked.  Mandenge and...
It's been a bumpy ride - Sibanda 15 July 2016 DURBAN - By his own admission, it has not been an easy 72 days in office for Zimbabwe Rugby Union president Nyararai Sibanda. Not that he expected at any different having assumed the reigns of a union short on resources, lacking structures to nurture junior rugby, no reward system for its nati...
Sibanda is new ZRU president 5 May 2016 HARARE - Nyararai Sibanda is the new Zimbabwe Rugby Union (ZRU) president after he was elected ahead of Aaron Jani and Carlton Majuru during a highly-charged Annual General Meeting (AGM) at Prince Edward School yesterday. Sibanda becomes the first ZRU leader from Bulawayo taking over from John...
Women's football in crisis 28 November 2015 HARARE - Stakeholders in women's football say they are still not sure who will be representing their interests and whether the representatives will be able to cast their votes in the Zifa board elections scheduled for next Saturday. The uncertainty is a result of the protracted wrangling among...
Sort out women's football crisis 28 November 2015 HARARE - Only seven days before the Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) elections there is still rancour in the women's game due to a leadership crisis. As we report in sports section of this edition of our paper, there are two rival leadership factions, a situation which has paralysed the wo...
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...
We need clear selection policy 9 January 2015 HARARE - Selection is a contentious issue in the cricketing world, a source of intruding debate whenever squads are announced. It's an inescapable subject of discussion for us here in Zimbabwe, too, particularly when it's World Cup time. Taking a casual look, our World Cup squad announced t...
Zim drop Sibanda for World Cup 7 January 2015 HARARE – Vusi Sibanda has paid dearly for his poor form in 2014 after he was dropped from Zimbabwe's 15-man squad for the 2015 Cricket World Cup announced this afternoon. Sibanda was the biggest omission in Zimbabwe's squad following a forgettable tour of Bangladesh towards the end of last yea...
Bev dates Juru Growth Point 12 September 2014 HARARE - Dancer Beverly Sibanda and her Sexy Angels will entertain revellers at Lion King tonight at Juru Growth Point. Tomorrow, she will return to the capital city for a show at Joy Centre in Glen Norah before winding up her weekend programme at Manuch Night club at Malvern Shops popularly k...
Banyana left to fend for themselves 12 July 2014 HARARE - South Africa’s women football team was left to book their own hotel in Harare after Zifa chief executive Jonathan Mashingidze apparently left the country for the last stages of the World Cup in Brazil without making arrangements. Mashingaidze had previously clashed with the women foot...
Bev bares her soul 15 June 2014 HARARE - Controversial pole dancer Beverly ''Bev'' Sibanda (pictured) believes the police  are always after her because she is in a money-spinning business. “Where ever there is money, there is the police. Where ever there is the police, there is money,” Bev said during a Star FM Radio intervi...
Bev arrested 3 June 2014 HARARE - Controversial dancer Beverly “Bev” Sibanda has been arrested on unspecified charges. The popular performer is yet to be charged. “I walked into the police station today at 10am after I was called by the police,” Bev told the Daily News. “I do not know the crime I have committed ...
Bev, Jah Prayzah for Sungura night 11 May 2014 HARARE - Controversial dancer Beverly ‘Bev’ Sibanda and the high-rising Jah Prayzah have been included in the forthcoming Harare International Carnival’s Sungura Night to be held at Pamuzinda Ice and Fire on May 23. Chipaz Promotions — the organisers of the sungura segment of the carnival — be...