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SA cruiserweight Lerena to face Congo’s Kalenga

August 1 2017 – SA cruiserweight Kevin Lerena says he is relieved to hear that Congolese-French boxer, Youri Kalenga, has been roped to face him, after another opponent, Nigerian Olanrewaju Durodola, pulled out of his agreement to replace Russian Max Maslov, who was first to withdraw from the scheduled IBO title fight, a few days ago.      The fight was ... Read More »

Carling match, a do or die for coaches Komphela and Jonevert

July 29 2017 – SATURDAY’s Carling Black Label Cup match between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates may be a mere pre-season contest, but both coaches know exactly what is expected of them. In fact, it could be said that both Steve Komphela and Kjell Jonevret are walking barefoot on thorns. There is absolutely no doubt that  Steve Komphela is in ... Read More »

Mitch’s mission to bring glory back to Loftus

July 28 2017 – THE Bulls are the most successful South African team in Super Rugby history, which is hard to believe based on the evidence this season.  The champions in 2007, 2009 and 2010 were an absolute shambles in 2016, winning just four matches all year. Nollis Marais, a Bulls man through-and-through, had good intentions and always seemed a likeable character, ... Read More »

Warriors fall to Nambia 1-0

July 23 2017 – THE  Zimbabwe national team went down 1-0 away to Namibia in a second round CHAN qualifier at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek this afternoon. The Warriors started positively creating good chances in the first half causing problems for the Namibian defence. The Halftime break came with score line still goalless. In the 53rd minute Namibia ... Read More »

SuperSport eyes Zim’s Prince Dube

July 17 2017 – SuperSport United have taken aim at a new striker for the 2017/18 season, with Eric Tinkler looking to try and sign Zimbabwean international, Prince Dube.   The 20-year-old forward had an impressive 2016 in Zimbabwe after bursting onto the scene with Highlanders, scoring five goals and going on to be named as the Castle Lager Rookie ... Read More »

Warriors lose to Namibia as Bafana edge Botswana

July 16 2017 – THE  Zimbabwe national team went down 1-0 away to Namibia in a second round CHAN qualifier at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Windhoek this afternoon, while South Africa overcame a fired-up Botswana side 2-0 in a Chan qualifier at the Francistown Stadium on (yesterday) Saturday. The Warriors started positively creating good chances in the first half causing ... Read More »

Masalesa disappointed with CHAN exclusion

14 July 2017 –  BAFANA Bafana midfielder Lehlogonolo Masalesa is disappointed that he will not be able to represent his country in the 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifiers against Botswana  because he does not play for any local SA  team. CAF rules for the CHAN qualifiers and tournament state that only players who play in their domestic league are eligible ... Read More »

Chidzambwa remains Warriors coach after Cosafu win

July 11 2017 – WARRIORS coach Sunday Chidzambwa, fresh from making history by winning the COSAFA Cup history for the country  and himself, has been rewarded for his sterling job, by being appointed to take charge of the Warriors’ Championship of African Nations (CHAN) qualifiers starting this weekend. On Sunday, Chidzambwa became the first coach to win the COSAFA Cup ... Read More »

Warriors win Cosafa title

July 10 2017 – ZIMBABWE was crowned  the 2017 Cosafa Castle Cup champions as they saw off Zambia 3-1 in the final at Royal Bafokeng Stadium on Sunday. The Warriors were gifted the opening goal after 22 minutes as the goalkeeper failed to collect Honest Moyo’s delivery, with Knox Mutizwa taking full advantage to fire the ball into the back ... Read More »

Testosterone trouble looms again for SA’s Semenya

July 4 2017  – The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) is set to challenge the 2015 ruling by the Court of Arbitration of Sport (CAS) later this month, which allows SA’s 800m Olympic gold medallist Caster Semenya and other athletes with naturally high levels of testosterone to compete.  This means Semenya  could once again face a ban from competition following ... Read More »

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