On the occasion of the Second One Day International against India. We, the residents of Castle Black, are in Solidarity with the Players and Staff of the Zimbabwe national cricket team currently engaged in battle[…]
Following the violence-marred weekend football match between hosts Highlanders and Caps United, I made sure to read match reports from the Bulawayo papers. I only cruised past the Chronicle, because their so-called reporter, Ricky “Traitor”[…]
This doesn’t happen often, and I’m loving every minute of it. Zimbabwe beat Australia in an ODI. I told my friends, pre-tournament, that this was entirely possible, and as I kept the faith throughout the game.[…]
Tinashe Panyangara celebrates the wicket of Andrew Poynter of Ireland during an ICC T20 World Cup match on March 17, 2014 in Sylhet, Bangladesh. (Photo by Pal Pillai-IDI / IDI via Getty Images) So I’ve[…]
Apparently, Tanzania’s national soccer team have been locked out of Pandari. I hear their stuff is in their rooms but the rooms have been barred, locking the team out. ZIFA are said to owe Pandari[…]
In this life, there aren’t too many absolutes. It is easy to try and reduce our existence to a series of blacks and whites, but the reality is that we exist in a landscape of[…]
I hear the weeping and wailing, the gnashing of teeth, the bitching, the moaning and the outright begging. I don’t care about all that. I only care about one thing, and that’s me. Myself. I.[…]
I have said it before and I’ll say it again – twenty over cricket is not cricket at all. It’s a freaking lotto. To be fair, it’s entertaining; that’s the only value it has. But[…]
The current squad aside, Liverpool has always been a big team. Ask anyone out of Manchester, London or Milan … if there’s one club for the big occasion it’s Liverpool. Against the ‘small’ teams? Not[…]
It’s on now, bitches. Bring on the Frenchies.
Some would say this particular Caps United fan is surrendering to Dynamos (cos DeMbare kicked their ass, you see). But not me. I’m respectful and shit. Kepekepe bhora, indeed.
That was a lesson in football … I consider myself lucky to have witnessed it.