Shocking Musona miss costs Zimbabwe in Uganda draw

Uganda edged closer towards qualification for the last 16 after moving onto four points in Group A.

published on : 27th June 2019

Zimbabwe ends foreign currency use as inflation spirals

The crisis-hit country is facing another bout of sharply rising prices, with official inflation now at nearly 100 per cent -- the highest since the hyperinflation era.

published on : 24th June 2019

Zimbabwe Cricket suspended by government-run agency 

The SRC said it was forced to act after several complaints of violations of the constitution and other controversies involving Zimbabwe Cricket.

published on : 22nd June 2019

After losing arm, Zimbabwean footballer returns to pitch

Once a regular in the national side, Zvirekwi's playing days looked over when his left arm was badly crushed as his car smashed into trees.

published on : 19th June 2019

Tunbridge Wells da jawab nahin: Where Kapil Dev changed Indian cricket forever

The only men's international fixture held at The Nevill Ground witnessed an epic knock that only those present at the ground have seen.

published on : 7th June 2019

Seven days to World Cup: Zimbabwe's unwanted world record

Another forgettable World Cup memory was etched in the hearts of all Zimbabwe supporters in 1992.

published on : 23rd May 2019

13 days to World Cup: When rookies Zimbabwe sprang a surprise on Australia in 1983

If you made the obvious guess that the dream run by Kapil's Devils is the talking point here, well, you got it wrong.

published on : 17th May 2019

Brendan Taylor's wife mugged outside home in Harare

There has been an increase in crime in the country since the intensification of load-shedding in Harare this week.

published on : 16th May 2019

16 days to World Cup: Chris Gayle sinks Zimbabwe with sixes en route record double hundred

Gayle was overtaken by Martin Guptill for the highest individual score in World Cup history as the Kiwi hit an unbeaten 237 runs against the Windies in the quarterfinal stage of the World Cup.

published on : 14th May 2019

18 days to World Cup: Zimbabwe's infamous losing streak that lasted for almost a decade

After the big win against Australia, Zimbabwe did not win another game until the 1992 World Cup as they lost 18 matches on the trot. 

published on : 12th May 2019

52 days to World Cup: Johnson classic stuns South Africa

South Africa's sensational semi-final was the culmination of a chain of events instigated by Neil Johnson.

published on : 8th April 2019

Cyclone Idai victims face 'ticking bomb' of diseases: International Federation of Red Cross

Over 400 people are died during the cyclone in Mozambique, with a further 300 fatalities in Zimbabwe and Malawi.

published on : 26th March 2019

69 days to World Cup: When Zimbabwe baked their way to a stunning upset

Zimbabwe's first ever ODI came against a highly-fancied Australian side at Trent Bridge in the 1983 World Cup.

published on : 22nd March 2019

Aid agencies struggle to rescue Mozambique cyclone victims

Mozambique, where the monster storm made landfall early last Friday, is reeling.

published on : 21st March 2019

Idai cyclone in Zimbabwe kills 300, UN boosts aid

President Nyusi, speaking on Tuesday after attending a cabinet meeting in the ravaged city, said the confirmed death toll stood at 202 and nearly 350,000 were "at risk".

published on : 20th March 2019
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