[The Herald] Zimbabwe’s Top — ranked junior golfer Keegan Shutt celebrated his first victory on South African soil in the Nomads SA Under-15 Championship at Selborne Golf Club at the weekend.
[The Herald] Senior Sports Reporter
[The Herald] Sports Reporter
[The Herald] WARRIORS coach Zdravko Logarusic says the Covid-19 pandemic brought his CHAN plans into disarray but insists his charges are capable of doing the job at the tournament.
[The Herald] Top Zimbabwean cricketers have missed out on the opportunity for top level cricket competition after their names were overlooked in the final HBL Pakistan Super League draft conducted at the weekend.
[Premium Times] Nigeria in its last 60 years of independence, has basked in the joy of the exceptional performances of its athletes.
[New Era] Eight Windhoek schools yesterday received equipment from the Confederation of African Football’s (CAF) latest initiative, which will see young girls taking part in the Under-15 seven-aside School Girl Competition, slated for next year.
[Nation] By now we know (almost) everything there is to know about Eliud Kipchoge. His records, consistency, family, coach, work ethic, longevity…. Name it!
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Hauna, Zimbabwe — Catherine Muranganwa, whose two sisters were married before they turned 18, says the sport opened her eyes to different possibilities
[Namibian] The Cosafa Cup has become another casualty of Covid-19 after it was cancelled on Thursday.