Silva out to save job

22 April 2016 DYNAMOS coach Paulo Jorge Silva has had running battles with almost everyone during his short stint with the Harare giants.

Yogi to decide Silva's future

8 April 2016 FOOTBALL is a dramatic sport filled with twist and turns. Some even say that a week is a long time in football.

Bring on Sihlangu

29 March 2016 WARRIORS captain Willard Katsande said his charges are not worried about playing back-to-back matches against Swaziland beginning with this afternoon's 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) Group L qualifier away in Mbabane.

Zifa gets recognition

20 March 2016 THE Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) has been declared the most open and information accessible public organisation in the country following a survey by the Media Institute of Southern Africa (Misa).

Bosso, DeMbare want guarantee

13 March 2016 LIKE a bullet, Highlanders vice chairperson Modern Ngwenya's enquiry on the prize money guarantee for participating in this year's Bob 92 Zifa Super Cup left the organisers dumbfounded.

Blunt strikers worry Silva

4 March 2016 WITH the 2016 Castle Premiership season fast approaching, Dynamos coach Paulo Jorge Silva is concerned with his misfiring forwards.

Ngezi target PSL stay

1 March 2016 CASTLE Lager Premiership clubs have set high targets ahead of the new season which kicks off in April and newly-promoted side Ngezi Platinum Stars are no exception.

Mighty Warriors primed for success

20 February 2016 NEWLY-appointed women's football chairperson Elizabeth Langa is confident the Mighty Warriors will qualify for the African Women Championships after the team finally started preparations in Bulawayo this week.

Gamecocks begin Caf quest

15 February 2016 ZIMBABWE'S representatives in the Caf Champions League, Chicken Inn, received a timely boost ahead of their clash against South African giants Mamelodi Sundowns following the return of its key players to full training this week.

CAPS move excites Amidu

5 February 2016 CAPS United new signing - Abbas Amidu - says he is raring to go and is ready for the tough challenge that comes with playing for one of the country's biggest clubs.

Warriors' diamond in the rough

29 January 2016 MENTION the name Warriors and you risk the wrath of soccer fans.

Mushure confident

26 January 2016 WARRIORS left back Ocean Mushure is confident they can still make the grade to the knockout stages of the African Nations Championships (Chan) despite losing to Zambia in their opening group D match.

Chitiyo eyes Chan final

12 January 2016 WARRIORS midfielder Ronald Chitiyo says they are not looking for an early return home and want to go all the way to the final when the 2016 African

On the double...

12 December 2015 CHICKEN Inn coach Joey Antipas believes they possess the quality to beat Highlanders as they bid to cap a fine season with a league and a NetOne Easycall Cup double.

Soccer Star 2015 crowning tonight

8 December 2015 THE 2015 Castle Lager Soccer Star of the Year will be inducted into the elite club tonight at a ceremony in the capital to celebrate the achievements of the country's "finest" player in the just-ended season.

Three down, one to go

27 November 2015 THE curtain comes down on the 2015 Castle Lager Premiership season with all the attention solely fixed on the relegation battle. The destiny of the league title was decided last weekend when Chicken Inn beat Harare City 3-1 to reach an unassailable 58 points after 29 games.

Antipas dreams of double

15 November 2015 Chicken Inn coach Joey Antipas says his side has set its eyes on a league and NetOne Easycall Cup double.

Form excites Manondo

6 November 2015 WILLIAM Manondo admits Harare City's stunning Chibuku Super Cup triumph against Dynamos gave him more satisfaction than his top goal scorer accolade in the tournament.

Relegation battles intensify

23 October 2015 WHILE most of the attention in the Castle Lager Premiership has centred on the title race, there is an equally interesting relegation battle unfolding in the bottom half of the table.

Deco: Priority Rwanda 2016

17 October 2015 WARRIORS captain Danny "Deco" Phiri has only one thing on his mind; to see his team qualify for next January's African Nations Championship (Chan) finals to be held in Rwanda.

PSL title race hots up

9 October 2015 THE Castle Lager Premiership title race reaches boiling point this weekend with FC Platinum and Dynamos hoping to catch up with log leaders Chicken Inn.

Chibuku Cup semis explode

4 October 2015 ONLY less than a year ago, ZPC Kariba were celebrating their achievement of finishing the season as second runners up in their first year in the top-flight.

Title favourites fail to sparkle

25 September 2015 BEFORE the 2015 season started, many predictions were made on who would be crowned Zimbabwe champions this season.

Ngoma tips Platinum

18 September 2015 FORMER FC Platinum striker Donald Ngoma believes the Zvishavane-based club will win this year's league title which is currently held by Dynamos.

Kadewere settles

11 September 2015 ZIMBABWE youth international Tino Kadewere is happy with life at Swedish top-flight league side Djurgardens and hopes to extend his six-month loan stint with the Scandinavian club.

'Club-player disputes increasing'

24 July 2015 THE Footballers' Union of Zimbabwe (Fuz) says they have recorded an increase in the number of disputes over salaries between players and clubs this season.

Dembare, players collide

17 July 2015 DYNAMOS are on a collision course with utility players Godknows Murwira and Qadir Amini as they are refusing to give the two players their signing-on fees, offering them cars instead.

Govt should fund Warriors

10 July 2015 TO EXPECT the Zimbabwe football team to thrive in a country where everything else is crumbling from within is really stretching optimism too far.

SA-based Zim boxer mesmerises

10 July 2015 EVERY job has got its unique occupational hazards and its funny how we end up doing what we love doing most.

'Mandigora tastes own medicine'

3 July 2015 THE old adage "what goes around comes around" seems to perfectly hit under-fire Dynamos coach David Mandigora's current situation.

I changed Mushekwi's fortunes: Magaya

26 June 2015 PROPHETIC Healing and Deliverance (PHD) Ministries founder Walter Magaya says he changed the fortunes of Zimbabwe international striker

Simple Pasuwa: A diamond in the rough

19 June 2015 AT THE peak of his playing days, he would supplement his Dynamos earnings as a car panel beater. Sometimes he even resorted to washing cars, despite being one of the best tough tackling defensive midfielders of his era.

Warriors greats savage Zifa

12 June 2015 ZIMBABWE football legends have savaged the current Zifa leadership for presiding over the crisis that has crippled local football, urging the board's president Cuthbert Dube to resign.

Zifa, Fuz fight looms

5 June 2015 THE Footballers Union of Zimbabwe (Fuz) has demanded that Zifa compensate players, who have been cleared to play again after they were exonerated for their involvement in the Asiagate match-fixing scandal.

Magaya feels the heat

29 May 2015 ZIFA Northern Region Division One side Gunners owner Walter Magaya is seemingly feeling the heat of sponsoring his football club after he blamed the referees for his team's recent poor performances.

Coaches get raw deals

22 May 2015 ZIMBABWE Soccer Coaches Association (Zisca) chairman Bheki Nyoni says local coaches are rushing into job agreements without bargaining due to desperation.

Manuvire gets Warriors call-up

15 May 2015 THERE was a time last year when Raphael Manuvire looked a troubled soul and seemingly heading into obscurity after suffering a career-threatening injury.

Tone it like Hellen

15 May 2015 WOMEN mainstream bodybuilding has suffered apathy in recent years but the figure and bikini categories are becoming a hit in modern day local fitness industry.

Manyuchi still waiting

8 May 2015 BOXER Charles Manyuchi was promised a reward by the minister of Sport, Arts and Culture Andrew Langa, including meeting President Robert Mugabe as part of recognition for his achievements but still none has come to fruition.

Walk the talk, Mr president

1 May 2015 LAST month marked a year after Cuthbert Dube was re-elected as Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) president but he has failed to fulfil promises he made in his manifesto.

'Golfer who has won it all'

17 April 2015 TONGOONA Charamba started playing golf by chance and discovered he had the talent after winning a golf competition the same week he had been selected to represent Zimbabwe's Under-17 football team.

Can Triangle last the distance?

10 April 2015 TRIANGLE preserved their top flight status on the last day of the previous season but have defied all odds with a blistering start to the 2015 Castle Lager Premiership campaign

Zifa backs Prince Ali?

3 April 2015 FOLLOWING the visit of Fifa vice president Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein to Zimbabwe this week, Zifa president Cuthbert Dube says Zimbabwe are ready to build relations with Jordan to develop football in the country.

Pressure mounts on Dube

27 March 2015 ZIMBABWE Football Association (Zifa) president Cuthbert Dube faced growing calls for him to resign after the recent Warriors expulsion from the 2018 World Cup qualifiers by Fifa.

PSL season explodes

20 March 2015 ZIMBABWE'S Castle Premier Soccer League 2015 season kicks off today with many big teams looking to end Dynamos' four-year dominance.

Pride at stake in derby

13 March 2015 DYNAMOS and CAPS United approach Sunday's Harare derby knowing a win for either side would leave them with early bragging rights ahead of the 2015 season which is set to start next weekend.

Is 2015 CAPS' year?

6 March 2015 With CAPS United beating Dynamos and Highlanders in pre-season tournaments and having received financial support for the whole season, this is likely to be the end of the dry spell for the Green Machine family.

Will Bosso rise again?

27 February 2015 IT MAY be early days yet to condemn Highlanders but if their pre-season show is anything to go by then tough times lie ahead of the Bulawayo giants in the 2015 season.

Clubs recycle old players

20 February 2015 WITH football's junior policy almost dead in Zimbabwe, the 2015 Premier League season has little to offer in terms of new quality players - judging by the pre-season signings done by most of the clubs.

Clubs intensify preps

13 February 2015 EXACTLY a month before the 2015 Castle Lager Premiership season bursts into life, almost all the clubs have stepped up their act as preparations for the championship marathon intensify.