Malajila wants more titles

Cuthbert Malajila says Mamelodi Sundowns can feel pleased about last season's achievements, but hopes to do even more in the new campaign.

Nyadombo training with Wits

Carlington Nyadombo has become the latest player to train with Bidvest Wits with the hopes of earning a deal at the club.

Masomere bemoans narrow win

How Mine coach Luke Masomere was less than impressed despite his team's 2-1 victory over Hwange at the at Luveve Stadium on Sunday.

Maritzburg keen on Rusike

Maritzburg United are currently running the rule over Zimbabwe international Evans Rusike as they look for a replacement for Terrence Mandaza.

Mashumba off to Europe?

Jomo Cosmos striker Charlton Mashumba is reportedly being courted by several European clubs, while Mamelodi Sundowns are also thought to be interested.

Caps boosted by captain's return

Caps United will go into their vital Premier Soccer League clash against Rufaro will a full-strength team after skipper Hardlife Zvirekwi was announced fit to play.

Mkhalele backs Ndoro to succeed

Orlando Pirates legend Helman Mkhalele has heaped praise on new signing Tendai Ndoro, saying he expects the striker to thrive at the club.

Mandigora wary of Highlanders

Dynamos head coach David Mandigora is apprehensive about his side's chances against archrivals Highlanders at Rufaro Stadium on Sunday.

Pasuwa wary of Comoros threat

Zimbabwe national team head coach Callisto Pasuwa has warned his players and football fans not to underestimate African Nations Cup qualifier opponents Comoros.

Bosso charged with misconduct

Highlanders chief executive Ndumiso Gumede is alarmed by the ill-discipline that has once again crept into the team after coach Bongani Mafu confirmed that some players were unfit.

Mushekwi dreaming big

Nyasha Mushekwi believes a bigger and better league in Europe awaits him as he continues to enjoy his season-long spell in the Swedish top-flight with Djurgardens.

Magaya disappointed with ZIFA

Prophet Magaya has blasted the Zimbabwe Football Association for the way they used the funds he donated to the players recently.

Harrison quits Caps for Rollers

Caps United have announced that Mark Harrison has resigned as head coach to take up the reins with Botswana side Township Rollers.

Katsande sets sights on AFCON

Zimbabwe captain Willard Katsande believes the Warriors have what it takes to qualify for the 2017 African Cup of Nations after beating Malawi at the weekend.

Pasuwa delighted with win

Zimbabwe head coach Callisto Pasuwa was over the moon his side was able to overcome Malawi 2-1, despite disastrous preparation for the match.

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