[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has warned sports administrators against squabbles and misappropriation of funds, saying it will no longer tolerate malpractices in the administration of sport.
[Times of Zambia]NKANA's early form will be put to the test again today when they visit Nchanga Rangers in Chingola during the MTN Week Nine skirmishes.
[Times of Zambia]CHIPOLOPOLO coach Herve Renard has omitted regular assistant national team goalkeeper Joshua Titima from his 24-member squad of local players to face Namibia in an international friendly set for May 24.
[Times of Zambia]GOVERNMENT has urged the Sports Council of Zambia (SCZ) to make the Sports Awards a permanent feature on their agenda for they recognise and acknowledge achievements and successes of the sportsmen and women.
[New Vision]DEFENDING champions St. Mary's Kitende's defence was breached for the first time in the COPA Coca-Cola yesterday but St. Leo's Kyegobe could not stop their march into the final.
[New Vision]NOT one to leave anything to chance, Rwenzori coach Fred Mudoola has cautioned his team not to count on home advantage in their Bamburi Rugby Super Series tie against Kenya's Ndovu at Kyadondo today.
[New Vision]WITH riders set to take on the redesigned Garuga track on Sunday during the third round of the Mountain Dew National Motocross championship, fans are eagerly waiting for the thrilling showdown in the 50cc, 65cc and 85cc categories respectively.
[Capital FM]Nairobi -Plans for this year's Rhino Charge are nearing completion as organisers put final touches to the 25th edition of the popular charity off road event to be held on the 1st and 2nd of June.
[ANGOP]Luanda -1º de Agosto are the early winners of the national first division male basketball championship, after beating Petro de Luanda last Thursday by 81-76, in the first round of the last stage of the championship.
[The Herald]RAY KAZEMBE, the former Dynamos secretary-general, was at the Emirates on Tuesday night and watched his beloved Arsenal condemn FA Cup winners Wigan to the Championship with a 4-1 victory.
[The Herald]Zvishavane -SHABANIE Mine team manager Samson "Sam Dread" Gondwe has made a public apology to the PSL, Zifa and the league sponsors for the violence that rocked Maglas last Sunday. Gweru referee Sambulo Dube was forced to end the match in the 81st minute when Shabanie Mine fans rained missiles onto the pitch after a goal had been disallowed.
[The Herald]THERE was a time when Moses Chunga was a big part of the Harare derby. But football, just like life, changes a lot and when CAPS United and Dynamos clash tomorrow at the National Sports Stadium, Chunga will be on a different assignment altogether.
[The Herald]FORMER Dynamos hitman Cuthbert Malajila looks set to revive his striking partnership with fellow Zimbabwean international Nyasha Mushekwi amid strong indications that the Maritzburg United forward is heading for Absa Premiership giants Mamelodi Sundowns.
[The Herald]STILL smarting from last week's defeat at the hands of bitter rivals, Old Hararians, Harare Sports Club are faced with another Harare derby challenge this afternoon as they host Old Georgians Sports Club at 3pm. This was the defending champions' first
[The Herald]CAN Dynamos produce the magic to maintain their dominance over bitter rivals CAPS United tomorrow? The Harare giants will revive their long-standing rivalry when they clash at the National Sports Stadium in a match neither side isprepared to lose. Kick off is at 2pm.
[The Herald]WHEN CAPS United players walk into the National Sports Stadium for the potentially explosive Harare Derby tomorrow, former skipper Silver Chigwenje wants the players to evoke the spirit of the 1996 championship winning side. Chigwenje, a former defender, led CAPS United to their first league championship title in Independent Zimbabwe before the side repeated the feat in 2004 and 2005.
[The Herald]THE world's most famous football clash for over half a century has been the "El Classico" in Spain, featuring Barcelona and Real Madrid.
[The Herald]ATHLETES from the country's 10 provinces are expected to converge at the National Sports Stadium today for the inter-provincial athletics competition.
[The Herald]TWO Zimbabwean athletes, Loveness Murenga and Thubaelihle Sibanda, will leave the country for Olso, Norway, for the youth sport exchange programme in August. The two are from Mashonaland Central and Bulawayo provinces. They will stay in Norway in a deal brokered by the Sports Commission and the Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Committee and Confederation of Sports.
[The Herald]THE last one, at the National Sports Stadium, was virtually over by half-time it proved too much, for both Twine Phiri and Farai Jere, they