Dynamos ordered to pay Pasuwa

Former Dynamos coach Callisto Pasuwa came out on top after he won his labour dispute against the club.

Zing cut Caps funding

South African company Zing has reportedly pulled out of their partnership with Zimbabwe Premier League side Caps United.

Dynamos captain arrives at Wits

Dynamos captain Augustine Mbara is in South Africa, where he will spend a week on trial at top-flight side Bidvest Wits.

Zvirekwi happy with Caps start

Caps United captain Hardlife Zvirekwi reveals he is pleased with the start his side have made to the Premiership season after beating Whawha 2-1 in their opening fixture.

Sweswe delighted by start

Tsholotsho Pirates coach Lizwe Sweswe was over the moon with his side's display as they beat Harare City 1-0 in the opening game of the 2015 PSL season.

Zim hope to have ban overturned

Zimbabwe are hopeful that they can get their ban for the 2018 World Cup qualifiers lifted by world football's governing body, FIFA.

Young Warriors' squad troubles

Zimbabwe under-23 coach Callisto Pasuwa admits he is struggling to put a squad together ahead of their crucial All Africa Games qualifier against Cameroon on Sunday.

Rusike ready to rumble

Matthew Rusike thinks Kaizer Chiefs have a glorious opportunity to get their Premiership campaign back on track when they face Moroka Swallows on Wednesday.

Mapeza devastated by thrashing

FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza was unable to explain how his side crumbled to a 5-1 defeat in their CAF Confederations Cup first-round tie against Young Africans.

Zim banned from 2018 World Cup

FIFA have banned Zimbabwe from taking part in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers due to the non-payment of an outstanding debt.

Controversy hits CAPS

CAPS United coach Mark Harrison is refusing to release players to the Zimbabwe Under-23 side that is set to do duty against Cameroon in the All Africa Games qualifiers.

ZIFA in financial turmoil

The Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) has been forced to auction off assets from its national training center in order to manage its spiraling debts.

Chirava wants Caps move

Goalkeeper Liberty Chirava is hoping to earn a contract at Caps United after having been shown the exit door at Highlanders.

ZIFA condemn hooliganism

The Zimbabwean Football Association (ZIFA) say they will clamp down on supporters found guilty of violent conduct, threatening to ban them from future games.

Harrison expects tough game

CAPS United coach Mark Harrison is hoping to gauge his team's form in the Bob91 Super Cup final against Dynamos at Rufaro Stadium in Harare on Sunday.

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