Zimbabwe

Pasuwa rewarded with contract

Two years after taking charge in a caretaker capacity, Zimbabwe coach Calisto Pasuwa has been appointed on a permanent basis.

Caps to tour South Africa

Caps United are preparing for a 10-day tour of South Africa ahead of the upcoming season in the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League.

Twine Phiri quits Caps

Harare businessman Twine Phiri has announced that he is disposing of his remaining stake with Caps United and will no longer be involved in a formal capacity.

Dynamos target more strikers

Paulo Jorge Silva, Dynamos' new coach, will be on the lookout for new marksmen as his team embarks on a pre-season tour of Malawi and Tanzania.

Bulawayo bolster squad with vets

Newly-promoted PSL side Bulawayo City have roped-in a number of experienced players after their promotion from the Southern Region Division One League.

Chafa joins Caps revolution

Caps United have confirmed the signing former Dynamos midfielder Devon Chafa on a two-year deal.

Duo target ZIFA presidency

Dynamos president Kenny Mubaiwa and Highlanders chairman Peter Dube have confirmed their candidacy for president of the Premier Soccer League.

Mubaiwa to stand for elections

Dynamos president Kenny Mubaiwa has confirmed that he will stand for the position of Premier Soccer League (PSL) president.

Arubi backing for Bartlett

Zimbabwe and AmaTuks goalkeeper Washington Arubi is optimistic about avoiding relegation following the appointment of Shaun Bartlett as the new coach.

Amidu joins Caps United

Former Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Brian Abbas Amidu has signed a one-year deal with Zimbabwean Premier Soccer League side Caps United.

Pasuwa lashes out at 'wayward' criticism

Zimbabwe coach Callisto Pasuwa has insisted that the criticism of his team has been unfair after they were dumped out of the 2016 African Nations Championship.

Katsande: Don't rule us out

Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Willard Katsande has warned any detractors that the Soweto giants cannot be discounted from this season's Premiership title race.

Chipeta commits to Chilli Boys

Chippa United have secured the future of Erick Chipeta after handing the defender a two-year contract extension this week.

Pasuwa blames injury for defeat

Using reasoning similar to that of Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, Zimbabwe national team boss Calitso Pasuwa has blamed Tuesday's CHAN defeat to Zambia on an injury incident.

Phiri still has Caps support

CAPS United are adamant that Twine Phiri remains their representative on the Premier Soccer League Board of Governors, despite being disposed as chairman.

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