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WARRIORS COSY UP IN MAGAYA’S LUXURIES

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WARRIORS benefactor and Prophetic Healing Deliverance Ministries leader Walter Magaya yesterday pledged to continue supporting the senior men’s national football team after he accommodated them at his luxurious facility in Waterfalls, Harare, as they prepare for their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) qualifier against Liberia.  By KEVIN MAPASURE The Warriors will be accommodated at the hotel until they leave ...

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BEKKER QUALIFIES FOR U.S. OPEN

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Oliver Bekker, Brandon Stone, George Coetzee and Thomas Aiken all came through Sectional Qualifying for the 117th U.S. Open, which was played at Walton Heath Golf Club in England. Bekker’s 2017 has been something to marvel at, with wins coming at the Zambia Sugar Open and Lombard Insurance Open as well as a third place finish at the Zimbabwe Open, and ...

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MHARAKURWA OPENS UP ON INJURY NIGHTMARE

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MULTI-TALENTED Zimbabwean paralympian, Nyasha Mharakurwa fears his wheelchair tennis career could come to a premature end as he battles to fully recover from a tennis-elbow injury he suffered over three years ago. BY FORTUNE MBELE A tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis is a condition in which the forearm muscles and tendons become damaged from repetitive overuse. This leads to pain ...

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GRAEME CREMER: THE SKIPPER CRICKET ALMOST LOST TO GOLF

GAREME CREMER

LEG-spinner Graeme Cremer was last year named Zimbabwe national cricket team captain across all formats, but for a long time before that he looked destined to be one of those that would get away as he contemplated pursuing a new career path altogether — as a professional golfer. By DANIEL NHAKANISO After a pay dispute with Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC), Cremer ...

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JUJU TALES RESURRECT EX-DEMBARE STAR

MEMORY MUCHERAHOWA

HE looked destined to follow in the footsteps of many a local footballer, whose exploits on the field of play were quickly forgotten the moment they hung up their boots. BY DANIEL NHAKANISO After relocating to the United Kingdom soon after his retirement in 2001, Memory Mucherahowa — the legendary former Dynamos captain — looked set to become the next ...

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RUJEKO IRON LADY DELIGHTS IN COPA SUCCESS

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GLENDALE is a very small community in Mashonaland with less than 10 000 inhabitants. BY MUNYARADZI MADZOKERE From this community hails little-known 2016 Nash Copa Coca-Cola Under-16 boys champions, Rujeko High School, which is run by a female principal. Headmistress Whitney Mabika (pictured right) glowed with pride as Rujeko High School painted Glendale red — the Copa Coca-Cola colour — ...

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JACO CLIMBS AS GRACE CONTROVERSY RAGES

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Four birdies and an eagle in his second round at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth on Friday saw Jaco van Zyl safely to a three-under-par 69 and a share of 10th place at the halfway mark of the European Tour’s flagship tournament. His three bogeys held him back somewhat, but he was just three shots off the lead shared by ...

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NEW CE SEEKS TO UNIFY ZIM RUGBY

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BLESSING Chiutare already shows natural signs of tiredness one month into the job, but one can understand why. He has just landed one of the top posts in Zimbabwean sports, chief executive of the country’s third-biggest sport in terms of profile. By Enock Muchinjo Forty-two-year-old Chiutare is now the man in charge of the Zimbabwe Rugby Union (ZRU), a sport ...

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WARRIORS MUTINY . . . AS PLAYERS THREATEN CAMP BOYCOTT

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The Warriors’ preparations for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) football campaign could be in jeopardy with some players threatening to boycott the team’s camp in solidarity with fellow players who were omitted by interim coach Norman Mapeza, at the behest of Zifa president Philip Chiyangwa. BY HENRY MHARA Mapeza on Thursday named a provisional 25-man squad for the ...

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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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