Musona proves critics wrong

He was released by Sekhukhune ahead of the start of the South African premiership in August last year and ended up retracing his footsteps to FC Platinum at the beginning of this year.
Zim’s Rugby Ref of the Year Pazani reflects on “amazing” year
Zim’s Rugby Ref of the Year Pazani reflects on “amazing” year
Pazani was the biggest winner on the night by being the country’s Rugby Referee of the Year in recognition of her achievements on the international circuit this year.
By Daniel Nhakaniso 11h ago
Cheetahs end Dubai 7s Invitational campaign with Shield title
The loss meant the Cheetahs were relegated to the Shield competition semifinals; they salvaged some pride with a 21-7 win against the Japan Sevens Development Squad (SDS).
By Daniel Nhakaniso 11h ago
Pelé moved to end-of-life care in hospital, reports say
Pelé, 82, was admitted to hospital on Tuesday to re-evaluate his cancer treatment, according to medical reports.
By The Guardian 21h ago
Paltry budget for sports facilities upgrade
The National Sports Stadium, which is the biggest football facility in the country, was banned by Fifa from hosting international matches back in 2019 after it failed to meet the requirements.
By Staff Reporter Nov. 27, 2022
Mushekwi scoring for fun in China
The 35-year-old former CAPS United forward opened the scoring for Zhejiang Professional FC in the 21st  minute before the hosts equalised through Gao Huaze
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Nov. 27, 2022
School of sport: A fly on the wall
The sporting fixture is not there for the parents’ entertainment, but for the children’s education and in particular their examination.
By Tim Middleton Nov. 27, 2022
Gems sponsorship debacle mars Diamond Challenge campaign
It was after a misunderstanding between the Zimbabwe Netball Association (Zina) and one of their sponsors
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Nov. 27, 2022
The Soccer Whiz: Qatar World Cup journal
Shocks and surprises, twists and turns, interest and intrigue, ebbs and flows, VAR and often VARLESS, stars and even a few stripes and loads and loads of injury time!!
By Zak Hawa Nov. 27, 2022
Musonda basks in glory of creating female boxing champions
Chivandire won the prestigious world title earlier in the year when she defeated Zambian boxing star Catherine Phiri in her own backyard.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Nov. 27, 2022
From Le Havre with love: Chieza opens up on his faith, French experience
I’m in a small town, which is something I really managed to quickly adapt to since I’m from Ruwa.
By Daniel Nhakaniso Nov. 27, 2022
Inside sport: Which and where for Dynamos
IT is not a secret that Dynamos, once Zimbabwe football’s monolith, has fallen from grace to grass finishing third in a league race they once led by more than 10 points.
By Michael Kariati Nov. 27, 2022
Mapwanya clinches one-shot victory at Seed Co Malawi Open
The Masvingo-born golfer claimed his first tour win of the season at the Chevron Golf Tour’s Mapungubwe Challenge in Ndola, Zambia in early September.
By Daniel Nhakaniso Nov. 27, 2022
Insidesport: Where are we getting it wrong?
In addition there is the Coca Cola Secondary Schools Tournament and dozens of academies dotted across Zimbabwe’s urban and even rural centres.
By Michael Kariati Nov. 25, 2022
School of Sport: Pressure is a person
TAKE any sport and we are likely to find a strong rivalry existing between certain teams.
By Tim Middleton Nov. 20, 2022
Zifa embraces forensic audit report
Banda said the next step for Zifa was to present the report at the next executive meeting.
By Munyaradzi Madzokere Nov. 20, 2022
Bulawayo girl footballers kick back against teen pregnancy
At first, the coach refused to play her. But one day, during a friendly match, the team ran out of substitutes.
By Farai Shawn Matiashe and Tafadzwa Ufumeli Nov. 20, 2022
Red-hot Raza attracts global interest
The Riders have also roped in Bangladesh national wicketkeeper, Nurul Hasan Sohan.
By Daniel Nhakaniso Nov. 20, 2022
Walter Musona’s season of redemption
Only 10 Zimbabweans retained their places in the DStv Premiership.
By Terry Madyauta Nov. 20, 2022
The soccer whiz: Qatar Word Cup 2022, Here we go
As for South Korea, they will be reflecting on a father who wishes he had more sons!
By Zak Hawa Nov. 20, 2022
History beckons for Chibuku Super Cup champions
Sibanda believes the two teams are going to deliver entertaining football for the fans.
By Fortune Mbele Nov. 20, 2022
Rumbidzai Abigail Gamanya: A force to reckon with
Livison Chauke, one of the beneficiaries of her work had this to say when she passed on;
As within, so without
The treatment of employees in the workplace is a critical issue.
By Bhekilizwe Bernard Ndlovu Nov. 20, 2022
Unbeaten Cheetahs stay on course in Zambezi Challenge
Crucially for the Cheetahs, they were able to overcome a potentially tricky first hurdle in the tournament.
By Daniel Nhakaniso Nov. 19, 2022
FIFA boss launches explosive tirade against Western critics on eve of World Cup
Infantino, the boss of world soccer’s governing body, looked on glumly as he addressed hundreds of journalists in Doha, Qatar, Saturday.
By CNN Nov. 19, 2022
Breaking: England battle past Pakistan to win T20 World Cup final
Pakistan had scored what looked an under-par 137 as Adil Rashid and Sam Curran starred among England’s bowlers
By The Guardian Nov. 13, 2022
Champions FC Platinum end season in style
An elated Mapeza was on cloud nine as he paid tribute to his charges.
By Terry Madyauta Nov. 13, 2022
Inside sport: The Kenyan example
Kenya, along with Zimbabwe, were banned from international football following what Fifa deemed government interference in the running of football.
By Michael Kariati Nov. 13, 2022