[Zimbabwe Independent]Zifa is investigating cases of suspected financial prejudice at Harare giants Dynamos over the transfer of players to South Africa last year and early this year.
[SA Info]Springbok Sevens captain Frankie Horne played a record 50th consecutive tournament in London earlier this month. In a cruel and ironic twist, he will miss the IRB Rugby World Cup Sevens in Moscow next month because of injury.
[Zimbabwe Independent]THE BancABC Sup8r tournament is set to roar with epic fixtures in the first round after the sponsors and Castle Lager Premier Soccer League confirmed the return of the competition next month.
[Zimbabwe Independent]Dynamos' football is not often imperious but their resolve and unity is carrying the day as they continue to protect an unbeaten record, but it is Highlanders who retain top spot ahead of the weekend fixtures after a midweek round of sizzling Castle Lager Premier League action.
[Zimbabwe Independent]ZIMBABWE and India will clash in two T-20s in Bulawayo after the respective boards agreed to add the two matches to the three One-Day Internationals set for July.
[Daily Observer]So much has been achieved in terms of sports and football in particular over the years since His Excellency Sheikh Professor Alhaji Dr Yahya Jammeh took over the mantle as the President of the Smiling Coast of Africa. Rewind back just a couple of decades ago, Gambia's name was nowhere recognised at the international football stage, but mention it today, it is synonymous with unrivalled achievement. Even FIFA President, Sepp Blatter, will admit to you that he is aware of President Jammeh's continuous suppor
[SA Info]South African cyclist Daryl Impey, riding for UCI ProTeam Orica-GreenEDGE, sprinted to victory in stage two of the five-day International Bayern-Rundfahrt in Bavaria, Germany on Thursday, just ahead of Team MTN-Qhubeka's Gerald Ciolek. Adriano Malori of Lampre-Merida placed third.
[Namibian]The Brave Warriors' new coach Roger Palmgren ruffled a few feathers this week when he said that the Brave Warriors' fitness levels were a disgrace. He was referring to a test done by a bioki- neticist on the national squad's players in March before Namibia's World Cup qualifier that they lost to Malawi.
[New Era]Windhoek -The clarification this week by the hierarchy of the domestic elite football league, MTC Namibia Premier League (NPL) over its hasty rescheduling of crucial matches within a space of less than 15 hours leave simply too much to be desired.
[Daily News]THE government has confirmed that President Jakaya Kikwete has agreed to pay the salary of national basketball team coach Albert Sokaitis from the United States of America.
[New Era]Windhoek -Following his trouncing of Thailand's Pungluang Sor Singyu to become Namibia's 3rd world champion, undisputed World Boxing Organization (WBO) bantamweight world champion Paulus 'The Rock' Ambunda will on August 4 make his first title defence when he squares off against Japanese boxer Tomoki Kameda, in the Philippines City of Cebu.
[Daily News]AS the May A.A Powers and Tools Snooker Tournament enters the semi-finals today at the Dar es Salaam Gymkhana Club (DGC), pressure mounts on defending champion Ramesh Lathigra.
[Daily News]SIMBA have embarked on a rebuilding process and hope to bolster their squad in time for the 2013 CECAFA Kagame Cup club Championship to be held in North Darfur and South Kordofan from June 18 to July 4.
[New Times]Rwanda U-19 Volleyball national will compete in this year's Genocide Memorial Tournament as way of preparing for the upcoming World Championships.
[New Era]Windhoek -Neo Paints Reho Falcon Rugby Club has vowed to reclaim the glory days when the Rehobothers won the country's flagship rugby league in 2007 and 2011, ahead of their eagerly awaited league clash with the fast improving Unam side at the Unam Stadium south of Windhoek tonight.
[Daily News]WITH only one week remaining before the Dar es Salaam Charity Goat Races take place at the Green on Kenyatta Drive, the event organisers have appealed for public support for its chosen organisations and charities.
[New Times]RWANDA National Handball premier league reaches its eighth round this Saturday as league leaders Gicumbi handball club takes a rest.
[This Day]Nigeria's Under-20 team yesterday dropped several key players including skipper Abduljaleel Ajagun and striker Umar Aminu for next week's Toulon Tournament.
[This Day]This presentation, in my judgment, is coming at a most opportune time given the fact that this public hearing in respect of the NFF bill coincides with the reforms in the Nigeria Professional Football League which the League Management Company Ltd (LMC) is currently carrying out under the authority of NFF.
[Capital FM]Nairobi -This time the sun was out in all its brilliance when Capital FM staff members painted the city red and green in support of the 2013 Mater Heart Run for the second time this week.