Africa Cup of Nations Postponed to 2022

ZTN Sports The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has moved the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) to January 2022, while cancelling the African Women’s Cup of Nations. The next edition of the biennial tournament has been postponed by 12 months, the Confederation of African Football (Caf) confirmed in their Executive Committee meeting Tuesday. Zimbabwe […]

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Zim mourns Biggie Zuze

ZTN Reporter  Zimbabweans have put their football club affiliations aside as they mourn Dynamos assistant coach Biggie Zuze. The 55 –year old Zuze died in Harare on Thursday after a short illness.  He was rushed to a medical facility at Highglen Shopping Complex in the morning after complaining of breathing difficulties before breathing his last […]

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Zim Football fraternity mourns Ntonga

ZTN Sports ZIMBABWE’S sporting fraternity has been plunged into mourning, following the death of football administrator Musa Ntonga in Gweru on Thursday. Ntonga was the first female chairperson of a Premier Soccer League club in Zimbabwe with WhaWha football club in 2015 and later become a referees’ commissioner. Details surrounding the circumstances of her death […]

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Mukuruva relives Mane battle

ZTN Sports Former Zimbabwe Warriors first-choice goalkeeper, Tatenda Mukuruva, has described his battle against Liverpool star Sadio Mane at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations finals as the highlight of his career. Mukuruva, now based in the United States of America, was a goalkeeper of note for the national team at a young age, when […]

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Bhunu turns to physical training

ZTN Sports Zimbabwe Tennis sensation Valerie Bhunu has shifted focus to physical training in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic that has grounded sporting activity across the globe. The 25-year-old has of late struggled to return to her meteoric best, but just before the Covid-19 pandemic which spread across the globe, she had exhibited signs […]

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Covid-19 relief for Zim football

ZTN Reporter The Zimbabwe Football Association has announced that will pay affiliation fees for over 24,500 footballers and officials that are due to the country’s supreme sports governing body. In announcing measures aimed at cushioning football from the effects of Covid-19 Zifa said the money due to the Sports and Recreation Commission will be paid […]

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