Rugby – Zimbabwe – Tunisia: Statement by Rugby Africa

Rugby Africa and Tunisia Rugby Union would like to express their sincere apologies to the Sables team and management for this unfortunate.  CAPE TOWN, South Africa, July 3, 2018Rugby Africa…

Masakadza named captain

Hamilton Masakadza has been appointed as Zimbabwe’s captain ahead of the Twenty20 international (T20I) triangular series versus Pakistan and Australia in Harare. The 34-year-old batsman is not new to the…

Australia confident tri-series will go ahead

Australia are confident that the T20I tri-series involving Pakistan and hosts Zimbabwe will go on as planned despite a bomb scare that occurred in Bulawayo over thee weekend. However, skipper…

Eritrean officials visit Ethiopia for first time in 20 years

The first high-level Eritrean delegation to visit Ethiopia in decades has arrived for a meeting which could ease military tension. Eritrea won independence from Ethiopia in 1993 after a 30-year…

Exclusive: West Indies lead calls to protect small Test nations – and save future of game

The West Indies are leading a push for radical changes to protect the competitiveness of international cricket. A new report by the West Indies advocates money from the International Cricket…

Traffic to Zimbabwe from South Africa on the increase

NEWLY RELEASED DATA RANKS THE MOST IN DEMAND DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL AIR ROUTESFROM O.R. TAMBO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, CAPE TOWN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AND KING SHAKA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. The rankings were based…

High-Level Peace Pledge Event Solidarity Message by Mr. Bishow Parajuli, UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative

  • I would like to thank the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission for inviting the UN to this important event and congratulate the commission for bringing together the principals…

UN Secretary-General on attack in Zimbabwe

ew York- UN Secretary-General, Mr António Guterres was disturbed at the news that an explosion took place on 23 June, during a ZANU-PF rally in Bulawayo in which President Emmerson…

Tuskers win but Mountaineers, Stars to meet in final

Bulawayo Metropolitan Tuskers – 275-9 in 50 overs (Brian Chari 125, Nkosana Mpofu 60, Craig Ervine 29; Victor Nyauchi 4/76, Natsai M’shangwe 2/51, Tendai Chatara 2/53) Manicaland Mountaineers – 222-6…

Rain forces premature end to Mountaineers-Stars clash

Rising Stars – 241 all out in 47 overs (Tinashe Kamunhukamwe 128, Brandon Mavuta 31*, Mohammad Faraz Akram 29; Natsai M’shangwe 3/43, Innocent Kaia 2/21, Donald Tiripano 2/35) Manicaland Mountaineers…