SADC, Hage mum on deadly Zim crisis

The Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Chairperson, Hage Geingob remained mum on the regional body’s position on events unfolding in Zimbabwe when he convened the SADC double Troika this week.

Zimbabwe and Kenya no match for Namibia: Basson

Former Namibia Rugby Union (NRU) president, Bradley Basson, does not think that the Welwitschias will have too many problems against Zimbabwe on Saturday in the 2018 Rugby Africa Gold Cup,

Ruffy speaks about life in Zimbabwe

Former radio, television presenter and model, Rufaro Faith Chakanyuka (RC), who was known as Ruffy to her fans in the Land of the Brave, has been out of sight for the past year. 

Works ministry to rehire Zim engineers

Ministry of Works and Transport (MWT) wants to recruit 20 expat engineers from Zimbabwe to fill the 87 vacant posts that were advertised last year.

Welwitschias wary of Zim threat

The recent appointment of Peter de Villiers as the new Zimbabwe rugby national team coach means the Welwitschias  will have to double their efforts in their bid to qualify for a sixth straight International Rugby Board (IRB) World Cup finals next year.

Zimbabwe coach tips Brave Warriors to win CHAN

A dazzled Zimbabwean national football team interim coach, Wilson Mutekede, has backed the Brave Warriors to win next year’s African Nations Championship (CHAN) tournament that will take place in Morocco.

Zim still to decide team to face Brave Warriors

Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) spokesperson, Xolani Gwesela, said they are still not sure whether the 2016 COSAFA Cup champions will bring in a full strength squad for the Dr Hage Geingob Cup, which falls during the FIFA international break on 11 November.

Foreign engineers’ fate sealed

Fifty-seven foreign engineers, who were in the country under an expired bilateral agreement between Namibia and Zimbabwe, have been given until the end of December,

Zimbabwe confident of progressing

Zimbabwe senior national football team coach, Sunday Chidzambwa, is confident that his side will advance to the next round of the 2018 Total African Nations Championships (CHAN) this weekend, despite a shock 0-1 defeat at the hands of the Brave Warriors in Windhoek on Sunday.

Somaeb, Shitembi doubtful for CHAN

Brave Warriors coach, Ricardo Mannetti, has included Petrus Shitembi, Hendrik Somaeb and Roger Katjiteo in his 18-man squad that will play against Zimbabwe this weekend, even when the Namibian Football Association (NFA) is yet to obtain CAF clearances for the players.
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