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China’s ‘Spy ships’ in Maldives has damaging political implications for Muizzu’s Party

At present with Mohammad Muizzu’s party at the helm, the shift is more prominently towards Beijing, quite evidently.    
By The Hongkong Post Feb. 29, 2024

Chevrons fall in thriller

Sri Lanka wobbled to 211/8 to lead the series 1-0. The first match was washed out reducing the series to only two matches now.
By Austin Karonga Jan. 9, 2024

Raza shortlisted for ICC top award

In Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe play against the hosts in three One Day Internationals and three T20Is starting with the ODIs on Saturday.
By Austin Karonga Jan. 4, 2024

Houghton ponders future

Zimbabwe’s batting frailties were heavily exposed in the ended series against Ireland with Houghton conceding that it was a catastrophe.
By Austin Karonga Dec. 19, 2023

Chevrons turn to Kenya for redemption

Zimbabwe failed to qualify for the 50 overs World Cup in India after losing to Scotland and Sri Lanka during a qualifying tournament that was hosted in Harare and Bulawayo.
By Austin Karonga Nov. 29, 2023

China's political engagements in South Asia- peddling with democratic norms

Bangladesh, as a case in point too has been experiencing a similar pattern of economic coercion that leads to political influence.
By The Singapore Post Nov. 23, 2023

Musakanda presses reset button

Musakanda has put behind his challenges to relaunch his once-promising career with an emphatic batting display during the opening stages of the domestic cricket season.
By Austin Karonga Oct. 27, 2023

The Chevrons’ long road to redemption

The World Cup will play out between October 15 and November 19 with the cream of the crop fighting it out for the glittering silverware.2
By Kevin Mapasure Jul. 14, 2023

Chevrons down but not out

Sri Lanka maintained their perfect record and now have eight points, while Zimbabwe have six with Scotland on four, two more than Netherlands.
By Kevin Mapasure Jul. 3, 2023