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Raza stays grounded

Earlier this week, Raza was presented with two special caps by the ICC, to commemorate his selection for their teams of the year for 2022, in both T20 and One-Day International cricket.
By National News Feb. 3, 2023

There will not be another World Cup in Africa in my lifetime - Sepp Blatter

Blatter made the remarks in an exclusive interview with Robert Marawa on his newly launched show on 947 in a wide-ranging interview
By Eyewitness News Feb. 2, 2023

Zim netball team targets friendly matches

Zimbabwe is one of four African nations that have qualified for the tournament including hosts South Africa, Uganda and Malawi.
By Lavender Chabata Jan. 18, 2023

The Soccer Whiz: EPL managerial upheaval

While CR7 gets his new career off the ground at Al Nasr, it’s back to business in the EPL.
By Zak Hawa Jan. 15, 2023

Zimbabwe step up bid to host Currie Cup matches

Zimbabwe, who were using the Currie Cup as part of their preparations for the Rugby World Cup, played all their matches in South Africa.
By Daniel Nhakaniso Jan. 8, 2023

Inside sport: Does Messi compare to Maradona?

SO, the World Cup is over for another four years and Argentina are the world champions and deservedly so.
By Michael Kariati Dec. 25, 2022

THIS IS SPORT

There is no reason why someone in Africa could not perform as someone from another continent.
By Tim Middleton Dec. 25, 2022

Growth of online gambling industry

THE World Cup 2022 final was played on December 18 and gamblers put in a lot of cash hoping to make financial gains from the world's biggest sports event.
By Jacob Mutisi Dec. 23, 2022

Rapper Drake reportedly lost $1 million on World Cup bet

The issue was that Drake "bet in a market where extra time isn't counted and the result is determined based on the score after 90 minutes of play," according to Vulture. 
By Fox News Dec. 19, 2022