The Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) has approved the Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA)’s application to proceed with participation at this year’s African Nations Championship (CHAN) tournament.
The tournament which is reserved for players plying their trade in local leagues will be hosted in Cameroon from the
Youths, Sports Art and Recreation deputy Minister Tinoda Machakaire has weighed in on Chillspot managers DJ Fantan and Levels who were sentenced to six month in jail on Wednesday morning.
The two were jailed for breaching COVID-19 lockdown rules.
Machakaire said though they could not change the
RABAT: Morocco is preparing itself for an imminent boom in women’s football, aiming to have 1000 licenced female coaches by 2024.
This comes after the recently concluded maiden women's national championship won by AS FAR Ladies.
Fouzi Lekjaa, president of the Royal Moroccan Football Federation (FRMF), and
National Lockdown No. 2 prohibits most public gatherings of more than two people and closes most of the commercial and informal sectors except for supermarkets, pharmacies, agriculture, mining and manufacturing.
Doctors have condemned the enforcement of the current 30 day lockdown saying it will not help in reducing the spread of COVID-19 due to loopholes observed on the first day.
In a statement, Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights (ZADHR) said the current lockdown measures
The government has pleaded with security forces and COVID-19 lockdown enforcers to grant free passage to pupils sitting for their final ZIMSEC examinations and their invigilators.
This follows reports that a number of pupils and teachers were delayed at roadblocks on the first day of the
Deputy arts minister, Tinoda Machakaire expressing disappointment over the sentencing of Zimdancehall producers and promoter DJ Fantan, Levels and Dhama to an effective six months in prison by Harare provincial magistrate Vongai Guwuriro.
The trio pleaded guilty to breaching COVID-19 lockdown regulations when they organized a
The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has refuted social media claims that a police officer killed a toddler after smashing windscreen of a commuter omnibus that was loading at an undesignated point.
Social media was abuzz with reports that a police officer had ‘killed’ a child after
MUTARE Mayor, Councilor Blessing Tandi, has revealed that deceased city Town Clerk Joshua Maligwa, who died yesterday afternoon, succumbed to the Coronavirus (Covid-19).
In a message to the city, Tandi described the passing on of Mutare’s chief accounting officer as a huge blow in view of
Chimanimani - Some of the victims of Cyclone Idai have been saved from further loss after their homes were restored just before Cyclone Chalane.