Border Strikers fire unreliable coach

Border Strikers have fired head coach Saul Chaminuka after losing patience with his alleged antics, just four months into his tenure.

Nyandoro hails golden generation

Former Mamelodi Sundowns captain Esrom Nyandoro believes the current Zimbabwe squad is one of the best the country has had in many years.

Sono denies Mashumba-Chiefs link

Jomo Cosmos boss Jomo Sono has denied reports that Charlton Mashumba will be presented as a Kaizer Chiefs player on Monday.

Chamunika laments Border misfortune

Border Strikers coach Saul Chamunika feels that his team's struggles in the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League is simply down to bad luck.

Pasuwa clears the air on Simba link

Zimbabwe coach Kallisto Pasuwa has denied speculation that he might abandon his national duties for a lucrative deal with Tanzanian club Simba SC.

Mukamba set for Dynamos return

Former Warriors captain Denver Mukamba is on the verge of rejoining Dynamos after leaving Bidvest Wits in the South African Premiership.

Highlanders swoop for new marksman

Striker Nhlanhla Ndlovu has signed a two-year deal with Highlanders after impressing Dutch coach Erol Akbay just three days into his trial at the club.

Chitembwe hails Caps mentality

Caps United coach Lloyd Chitembwe has praised his team's psychological strength after their 2-0 victory over a strong Mutare City side over the weekend.

Dynamos dedicate win to deceased fans

Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa has dedicated the 2-0 win over Ngezi Platinum to their fans who died in an accident a fortnight ago.

Gamecocks confirm double striker deal

Zimbabwe Premier League side Chicken Inn have confirmed the signing of strikers Darryl Nyandoro and Chris Samakweri.

Mbara hails Dynamos win

Dynamos captain Augustine Mbara is optimistic that the team has turned the corner after registering their first home win in the Premier Soccer League.

CAPS players snub training

CAPS United players have boycotted training on Tuesday in protest over outstanding salaries and bonuses for the month of May.

Zimbabwe, Swaziland in exciting Cosafa Cup draw

Zimbabwe twice came from behind to force a 2-2 draw against Swaziland in the Cosafa Cup at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek, Namibia on Saturday.

Zim football association land NetOne deal

The National Football Association of Zimbabwe (NFAZ) has signed a sponsorship deal with NetOne, which is said to change the state of Zimbabwean football in general.

Warriors aim for momentum in COSAFA Cup

Zimbabwe's COSAFA Cup captain, Danny Phiri, has encouraged his teammates to maintain the momentum created by theWarriors team that qualified for the 2017 AFCON finals.

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