Zimbabwean cricketers bribed to play in Pakistan

Zimbabwean cricketers were effectively bribed to undertake a risky tour of Pakistan reports appear to suggest. Nehanda Radio understands the Zimbabwean cricketers were given a guarantee of $12,500 each by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) before they agreed to the historic tour, the first by a Full Member team since March 2009. The individual payments More...

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By Staff Reporter On Friday, May 29th, 2015
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Blatter wins 5th term despite soccer corruption scandal around his neck

Sepp Blatter won an unprecedented fifth term as the president of FIFA on Friday amid what may be the largest controversy in his organization’s history. The victory came after Jordan’s Prince Ali Bin More...

By Staff Reporter On Saturday, May 17th, 2014
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Nadal no longer ‘immovable’ object in Paris, says Courier

LONDON (Reuters) – Nine-times French Open champion Rafa Nadal will no longer be regarded as an “immovable obstacle” at Roland Garros this year, according to twice former winner Jim Courier. The American, More...

By Staff Reporter On Saturday, May 17th, 2014
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Pakistan beats Zimbabwe in the twenty20 cricket match

LAHORE (Reuters) – Pakistan marked international cricket’s return to the trouble-torn country with a five-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in the first Twenty20 International at Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium on Friday. A More...

By Staff Reporter On Saturday, May 17th, 2014
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Leicester City Football club seeking services of Nyasha Mushekwe

Zimbabwe hitman Nyasha Mushekwi could be heading to England soon with his recent exploits attracting several clubs with English Premiership side Leicester City reportedly chasing the 27-year-old. Mushekwi, based More...

By Staff Reporter On Saturday, May 17th, 2014
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ZRP cops in furious fist fight over bribe money

A Bulawayo police officer is nursing bruises after a colleague assaulted him for asking about cash that is suspected to have come from a bribe, a court heard yesterday. Mike Chibike, 42, a police officer stationed More...