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  1. Ghana Black Stars participation in Cosafa Cup will boost tournament organisersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Ghanamma.com

    Ghana Black Stars' participation in this year's COSAFA Cup tournament in South Africa in May will further boost the reputation of the Southern Africa regional tournament, organisers have said. The national soccer team, the Black Stars have been invited as guests for the competition in the 15th edition of Cosafa Cup.

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  2. Zimbabwe: Zim Players Find English Soccer DemandingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | AllAfrica.com

    It needed no trials for Bruce Grobbelaar, Peter Ndlovu, and Benjani Mwaruwari to break into the English game. That was exceptional talent.

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  3. Zimbabwe: RBZ Boss Appeals to MPs Over Bond CoinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 2 | AllAfrica.com

    RESERVE Bank of Zimbabwe chief, John Mangudya, has pleaded with legislators to help encourage the use of bond coins saying they encourage competitiveness and a more realistic pricing regime in the economy. "I believe, as MPs, you are more accessed by the people; may you help us explain the bond coins to and it is one decision that I am prepared to defend," Mangudya told legislators Monday.

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  4. Zimbabwe: The Return of Newton KatanhaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 18, 2015 | AllAfrica.com

    Newton Katanha's football career appeared over when he found himself in the South Asian country of Cambodia last year. Plying his trade in this part of the world, sandwiched between Vietnam and Thailand where Justice Majabvi and Mike Temwanjira are based, Katanha appeared more lost than his compatriots.

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  5. Zifa proposes Harare, Byo for Afcon 2017Read the original story

    Oct 3, 2014 | Zimbabwe Situation

    ZIFA has proposed the use of just Harare and Bulawayo in its 2017 Afcon finals bid and intends to use four stadiums in the country's biggest cities. The football mother body has kept the full budget under wraps but the upgrade of Gwanzura stadium in Harare and Luveve in Bulawayo would gobble the largest chunk of the funds.

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