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Antipas supports gate charges slash

Antipas said bringing down the gate charges was a bright idea by the PSL.
By Fortune Mbele Nov. 28, 2022

Reduce gate charges, PSL urged

Over 10 000 people paid to watch the Chibuku Super Cup final whose admission fee was pegged at US$1.
By Terry Madyauta Nov. 21, 2022

Chiefs clinch Chibuku Cup

They walked away US$75 000 richer, while Herentals picked a $50 000 cheque.
By Fortune Mbele Nov. 21, 2022

‘It’s a massive achievement to be in final’

Herentals gaffer Kumbirai Mutiwekuziva believes their Chibuku Super Cup appearance will open up new avenues for his players.
By Terry Madyauta Nov. 19, 2022

Chiefs, Herentals seek Chibuku glory

Sparks are set to fly when Bulawayo Chiefs and Herentals clash in the Chibuku Super Cup final at Barbourfields Stadium tomorrow.
By Fortune Mbele Nov. 19, 2022

Benza tipped to make it on Stars calendar

One such player is Herentals attacker Tino Benza who led his team to a respectable 48 points, an eighth-place finish and streets away from the relegation battles.
By Tawanda Tafirenyika Nov. 17, 2022

PSL slashesgate charges for Chibuku final

Those in the grand stands will now fork out $2 instead of $5 with the VIP reserved for invited guests
By Fortune Mbele Nov. 16, 2022

Sakunda awards hefty bonus to Bosso players, staff

This year Highlanders Football Club will be receiving a 250% bonus just to celebrate the efforts made by the players and staff members this season.
By Henry Mhara and Fortune Mbele Nov. 15, 2022

US$1 gate charge for Chibuku Super Cup final

Fans will be asked to pay just a US$1 for a seat in the rest of the ground, US$2 for the VIP while the VVIP will be strictly for invited guests.
By Fortune Mbele Nov. 8, 2022