Wednesday, December 19, 2018
Chipo Sabeta Bulawayo Mining Company (“BMC”), the holding company of How Mine and the principal sponsor of How Mine Football Club, says it has shifted focus in terms of corporate social responsibility (CSR) from football to other critical community initiatives such as health and developing public infrastructure. The football club, sponsored...
Chipo Sabeta Retired swimming sensation, Kirsty Coventry’s recent appointment proves that sport is a big industry during and after an active career. This follows Coventry’s recent appointment as the incoming Chair of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Athletes’ Commission. She was unanimously elected to the Executive Board replacing outgoing Chair, Angela Ruggiero,...
Chipo Sabeta After lifting his first title in Europe, Club Brugge midfielder Marvelous Nakamba, is itching to make his debut UEFA Champions League appearance. Club Brugge won their second Belgian Jupiler Pro League title in three years after a 1-1 draw at their closest challengers Standard Liege last Sunday. It was Brugge’s...
Chipo Sabeta Young female riders are increasingly taking over the typically male-dominated motocross sport in Zimbabwe. For too long, motocross has been dominated and reserved for men, the natural justification being that women aren’t really into “dangerous” sports. It used to be the ultimate insult to tell an athlete that they “play...
Chipo Sabeta Chess Grandmaster Nigel Short jets into Harare next Tuesday as part of a seven-nation tour across Africa where he will share strategic insights and lessons from chess with business executives. The Zimbabwe Chess Federation (ZCF) in partnership with Kasparov Chess Foundation Africa will host the British national between May...
Chipo Sabeta Zimbabwean sports have come a long way to get to a stage of continental recognition in a couple of disciplines as well as global attention in a few as local sports personalities continue to shine on the international stage. Current examples to buttress this point abound. Young female motocross sensation,...
Chipo Sabeta The Zimbabwe Chess Federation will launch a Business Chess League in March, which will be open to chess teams from the corporate world. Teams will be comprised of staff members from the participating corporate entities as well as any players that can be recruited to play for the...
Chipo Sabeta Participating In a sport can be a helpful way of reducing stress. In business circles, darts present a good opportunity for stress detox after hectic working days. Why? Well, basically, the most important reason for playing darts is to have fun! It is not just for people who want to...
Chipo Sabeta State-owned mobile network provider, NetOne, is targeting to boost its active subscriber base by leveraging on Zimbabwe’s extensive football supporter base. This comes as the company recently unveiled a $1 million package for the country’s three biggest football teams, Dynamos, Caps United and Highlanders. The sponsorship package fits into the...
Chipo Sabeta The dominant performance by the rich pacesetters, Ngezi Platinum Stars FC in the Castle Lager Premiership League shows the difference in financial muscle between the team and the chasing pack. The Ngezi-based side opened with a two-point lead and are at the summit of the log table, after just...