Gems Coach Mutsauki Rallies Squad Ahead Of WC

GEMS coach Ropafadzo Mutsauki is pleased with the groundwork they have covered in the count-down to the Vitality Netball World Cup. The Nedbank-sponsored Gems played a total of six games between Saturday and Sunday against different men’s clubs and the national select side. The Gems technical team has been engaging …

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Relief For Footballers, Fans As FIFA Lifts Ban On Zimbabwe

FIFA on Monday lifted Zimbabwe’s suspension from international football which has been in place since February 22 last year. The decision followed the Sports and Recreation Commission’s decision to lift its own suspension of the Felton Kamambo ZIFA executive, which led to the ban. FIFA said on June 20, 2023, …

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Forex Payments Make Zimbabwe Market Better Than Nigeria: Multichoice

Multichoice, which is banking on economic and monetary policy reforms in Nigeria to offset exchange rate losses, considers Zimbabwe an important market that is better than its West African counterpart in terms of repatriation of earnings. The JSE-listed pay-television and streaming firm’s rest of Africa segment swung back to profitability …

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Daring Crooks Scam ZAOGA Believers Under The Guise Of Raising Funeral Funds For Archbishop Ezekiel Guti

Certain unscrupulous people are capitalizing on the unfortunate passing of Archbishop Ezekiel Handinawangu Guti, the esteemed founder of the Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Africa Forward in Faith Ministries (ZAOGA FIF) which occurred in South Africa These dishonest individuals are falsely claiming to collect funds for the late Archbishop’s funeral expenses, …

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Janet Manyowa Album Launch Postponed

Janet Manyowa’s album launch for Father’s House atThe Venue last Saturday was cancelled after she fell ill.‌ The launch date is now July 22 at 7 Arts Theatre in Avondale, Harare. Janet’s management, led by her husband, Munyaradzi Manyowa, apologised to fans who had already purchased their tickets and told …

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Ex-Zim Prodigy Tears Into Chevrons World Cup Mess

Two-time champions West Indies’ missing out on the Cricket World Cup for the first time in the tournament’s history, and host Zimbabwe’s gut-wrenching failure yet again, have been the biggest talking points of the qualification competition which ended this weekend in the southern African country. Sri Lanka and Netherlands prevailed …

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England Can Win Both Remaining Ashes Tests: Stokes

Ben Stokes had no hesitation in saying England can win the Ashes after their dramatic third-Test win at Headingley. England’s three-wicket victory keeps the series alive but Australia still lead 2-1 with two Tests to play. Only one side – Australia in 1936-37 – has ever come from 2-0 down …

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