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Inspired Zim clinch series decider

The impressive display in the series decider should be a confidence booster for Zimbabwe ahead of the qualifying tournament for the 2023 World Cup in India from June to July.
By Daniel Nhakaniso 6h ago
Were the Football Associations unable to stand together and block these friendlies and qualifiers, knowing the negative consequences they might cause?
By Zak Hawa 6h ago
Bosso grab first win, end Rhinos jinx
It was Mushure's first goal and first start after coming in the second half in the ZPC Kariba stalemate.
By Sindiso Dube 6h ago
Krog gets to grips with professional golf
The former St Joseph’s College student spoke about his performance at the Nac tournament and his professional career thus in an interview with The Sports Hub.
FC Platinum edge stubborn Craneborne Bullets
FC Platinum gaffer Norman Mapeza was pleased with the result, though he stressed the need to pull up their socks.
By Terry Madyauta 6h ago
Chicken Inn outmuscle Simba Bhora
Chicken Inn coach Prince Matore was ecstatic after claiming his first win as head coach.
By Fortune Mbele 6h ago
CAPS Utd’s Baobab jinx continues
CAPS United have now drawn four times and lost two times in six visits to the platinum miners' home turf.
School of sport: BEING MEN
Rabbie Burns, not a footballer but an eighteenth-century Scottish poet, died at the age of thirty-seven with ten thousand people lining the streets for his funeral
By Tim Middleton 17h ago
Mukamba magic inspires DeMbare
Substitute Tinashe Makanda got the solitary goal to ensure the Glamour Boys began life under new head coach Hebert Maruwa with a crucial win.
By Fortune Mbele Mar. 19, 2023
Champions FC Platinum overpower Simba Bhora
Veteran striker Ronald Chitiyo had given the debutants the lead early in the second half with a brilliant volley from the edge of the box.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Mar. 19, 2023
Black Rhinos player tragically dies ahead of PSL season kickoff
Black Rhinos announced the sad news in a statement on their social media platforms.
By Sports Reporter Mar. 19, 2023
The old adage of “you’re only as good as your last match” is very relevant here. Fixtures keep players on their toes and push them further.
By Tim Middleton Mar. 19, 2023
Multi-talented Minter reflects on difficult pro-golf career
Minter reflected on her journey in golf, which saw her quit as well as undergo a double knee surgery last year.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Mar. 19, 2023
Nac golf tourney boosts cancer organisations
Professional golfer Robson Chinhoi won the seventh edition of the tournament following a playoff victory over Visitor Mapwanya.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Mar. 19, 2023
From LA Galaxy to Sheasham … US-based starlet Mutatu set for local league dance
Officials at the Gweru-based side last week claimed that they have reportedly acquired Mutatu’s services on a loan deal while Los Angeles Galaxy continues to work on his paperwork.
By Terry Madyauta Mar. 19, 2023
ZRU boss Jani lands key Rugby Africa post
Jani, a former Zimbabwe international received 17 votes to beat the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Herman Bhonyo, who polled 15 votes.
By Daniel Nhakaniso Mar. 19, 2023
Sheasham, Chicken Inn share spoils
Sheasham on the other hand were slow to move out of their blocks.
By Terry Madyauta Mar. 19, 2023
Inside sport: Our football politicians
The countries voted 199 to one in favour of Zimbabwe’s continued isolation from the international football world, a ban that started on February 24, 2022.
By Michael Kariati Mar. 19, 2023
The Soccer Whiz: Liverpool’s long and winding road
The prelude to this macabre massacre had seen a sequence of results which gave not even the slightest hint of the possibility of such a one sided outcome.
By Zak Hawa Mar. 19, 2023
FC Platinum maintain Challenge Cup dominance
The four-time PSL champions beat the 2022 Chibuku Super Cup winners Bulawayo Chiefs 2-0 at Mandava stadium.
By Terry Madyauta Mar. 12, 2023
School of sport: HEART STRONG
How we coach youngsters to play sport in their youth is preparing them to live their life in a similar manner.
By Tim Middleton Mar. 12, 2023
When a rural Chivi school made Copa Coca-Cola their own
It was a feat that transformed the lives of girls from the remote area, which is about 80 km outside the City of Masvingo and helped them escape the scourge of early marriages.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Mar. 12, 2023
County challenge for Chevrons stars ahead of Netherlands series
Zimbabwe coach Dave Houghton said he was hoping to use the series against Netherlands to build some winning momentum ahead of the qualifying tournament on home soil.
By Daniel Nhakaniso Mar. 12, 2023
Zimbabwe facing Fifa expulsion?
The suspension means Zimbabwe football teams have been barred from international football, while Fifa has also withheld all funding to the country.
By Sports Reporter Mar. 12, 2023
FC Wangu Mazodze brings happiness to Masvingo
Mazodze is the proprietor of Zhalala Zhululu Tours, a passenger transport operation based in Mutare, which is just but one of his business interests.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Mar. 12, 2023
InsideSport: The soccer season upon us …
This coincidentally is the same day that Zimbabwe’s Kuda Chiwandire will take to the ring in Mexico to challenge Yemilethi Mercado for the Mexican’s WBC gold belt.
By Michael Kariati Mar. 12, 2023
Lock credits legends after historic Davis Cup feat
Byron Black has the most singles wins in Davis Cup for Zimbabwe with 39 while Wayne Black in third place with 28
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Mar. 12, 2023
Michael Jordan tops list of highest paid athletes of all time with $3.3 billion in earnings
Since he was drafted in 1984, Jordan has earned an estimated US$3.3 billion when adjusted for inflation, more than any other athlete in the history of sports; the tally is US$2.37 billion unadjusted.
By Sportico Mar. 11, 2023