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Bosso grab first win, end Rhinos jinx

It was Mushure's first goal and first start after coming in the second half in the ZPC Kariba stalemate.
By Sindiso Dube Mar. 26, 2023

Bosso strikers primed for good start

The Bulawayo giants played a goalless draw against ZPC Kariba in their first game of the season at Barbourfields Stadium and strikers Stanley Ngala and Lynoth Chikuhwa believe the goals will come.
By Fortune Mbele Mar. 24, 2023

Bosso in slow start

ZPC Kariba coach Darlington Dodo was happy with the draw, but said it was not their intention to settle for a draw
By Fortune Mbele Mar. 20, 2023

Bosso unsure about title challenge

Assistant coach Antonio Torres yesterday admitted they, indeed, promised to land the title this year but will need four to six games to determine if Highlanders will be in the title race.
By Fortune Mbele Mar. 17, 2023

Harare City relegated

Foster Demere got the equaliser for ZPC Kariba on the hour mark after a goal mouth melee.
By Fortune Mbele Nov. 7, 2022

Bulawayo, Harare City in survival battle

Bulawayo City defeated Bulawayo Chiefs at Luveve, Dynamos at BF and ZPC Kariba on the road.
By Fortune Mbele Nov. 5, 2022

Bosso out to do Byo City a favour

HIGHLANDERS will be out to beat ZPC Kariba on Sunday at Barbourfields Stadium in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match
By Fortune Mbele Nov. 4, 2022

ZPC relegation fight hits snag, Tenax relegated

ZPC Kariba Interim Coach Darlington Dlodlo could not hide his disappointment.
By Obert Siamilandu Oct. 30, 2022

ZPC Kariba move closer to safety

Goals from Kudzanai Dhemere and Vassili Kawe cancelled out Jayden Barake's first half strike to ensure the win.
By Terry Madyauta Oct. 23, 2022