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Author Archives: Henry Manzungu

JEFFERIES LIVING HIS DREAM

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EVERYTHING seems to be falling into place for motor racing driver Axcil Jefferies who continues to lift the Zimbabwean flag high at the global stage. Daniel Nhakaniso   A product of local kart racing, Jefferies has already carved an indelible mark in Zimbabwe motor racing folklore by competing in prestigious competitions such as the FIA Formula Two Championship, Indy Lights ...

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ENLAND -BASED PRODIGY GETS WARRIORS CALL-UP

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Teenage midfielder Kundai Benyu, who has recently been linked with a move to Premier League side Tottenham has been called up to the national side ahead of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifier against Liberia at the National Sports Stadium on June 11. BY DANIEL NHAKANISO The England-based 19-year-old skillful playmaker, whose contract with English Football League (EFL) ...

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DUNCAN EYES JUNIOR ROWING CHAMPS

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St George’s College student Stuart Duncan has set sights on qualifying for the 2017 Junior World Rowing championships set for Trakai, Lithuania 2017 World Rowing in September and October this year.BY SPORTS REPORTER The Upper Six student is on a high after he won a bronze medal at the Memorial Regatta in Piediluco, Italy last month and has been working ...

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OLD MUTUAL-SPONSORED ITF EVENTS ON THE CARDS

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ZIMBABWE’S leading tennis players are set for a busy winter schedule with three Old Mutual-sponsored International Tennis Federation (ITF) Futures tournaments lined-up for Harare Sports Club between June and July. BY DANIEL NHAKANISO Futures tournaments, which are part of the ITF Men’s Circuit, provide an opportunity for upcoming tennis professionals to earn enough rankings points for them to progress to ...

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VITESSE BOSS FEARS LOSING NAKAMBA

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VITESSE Arnhem’s technical director Mo Allach has admitted his club could lose some of its top performers from last season’s campaign, including Zimbabwe international midfielder Marvelous Nakamba amid growing interest from several clubs in Europe. BY DANIEL NHAKANISO Nakamba was voted the Dutch club’s second best player in the just-ended season after amassing 35% of the votes from the club’s ...

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THE NBA FINALS WE HATE TO LOVE

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THE NBA is peaking right now in a way it hasn’t since the end of the last century. It has a cavalcade of superstars, all riveting and unmissable in their own way (James Harden is an efficiency machine, Kawhi Leonard is the next evolution in two-way players, LeBron is LeBron and Russell Westbrook is almost levitating with his talent and energy … and ...

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CHITEMBWE HAILS SPECIAL PERFOMANCE

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CAPS United produced a breathtaking performance to shock visiting USM Alger in a Caf Champions League Group B football match at the National Sports Stadium yesterday, a victory that breathed life into the Green Machine’s campaign. BY HENRY MHARA  CAPS UNITED (Zim) . . . .(1) 2 USM ALGER (Algeria) . . .(0) 1 Little Ronald “Rooney” Chitiyo was the ...

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HARARE CITY HIRE BEEFY

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HARARE City Football Club have appointed Philani “Beefy” Ncube as their new coach, replacing Mike Madzivanyika, who could be demoted to the assistant coach role. BY HENRY MHARA The City Fathers have had a difficult start to the Premier Soccer League season, where they have won just once and lost four in nine matches, a situation which has forced the ...

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CROCKER REMAINS A MATEBELE AT HEART

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US-based former Zimbabwe cricket team all-rounder, Gary Crocker’s Facebook bio intro reads, “Born in the City of Kings – Bulawayo, a Matabele at heart, now living in the city of Angels – Los Angeles.” yesteryear profile with munyaradzi madzokere This is the same man who drove 440km through the night with wife and kid, after receiving a late call-up to ...

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OOSTHUIZEN FINISHES SECOND AT PLAYERS

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Louis Oosthuizen recorded his first top-10 finish in six appearances at the Players Championship this weekend when he finished the event tied for second spot at seven-under-par 288 with England’s Ian Poulter. Source :Sunshine Tour Eventually losing to South Korean Si Woo Kim by three strokes, Oosthuizen put up a performance that far surpasses the previous five times he’s played ...

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