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The Warriors of Zimbabwe get their AFCON 2021 campaign up and running when they face Senegal in mammoth Group B clash on Monday.
Norman Mapeza’c charges have prepared well for the continental spectacle and are looking to become the first Zimbabwean team to go beyond the group stages on the tournament.
The discipline instilled by Mapeza in an attempt to fine tune his troops for the tournament, is second to none.
No one is allowed to have any gadget; be it a cell phone or musical player during meals and training, as well as on the bus to and from training.
The rule doesn’t apply to the players only.
In fact, the only person allowed to have a phone or camera during the aforementioned times, is Liberty Mugari, who is part of the ZIFA communications team.
Mapeza simply doesn’t want any distractions and also believes the move fosters cohesion among his charges.
The only player still to join camp is AFC Bournemouth’s Jordan Zemura, who is still holed up in the United Kingdom after a Covid-19 outbreak hit The Cherries.
Its all systems go for the Warriors, who have been ‘well taken care of’ in Cameroon.
Unlike in the previous AFCON editions in 2017 and 2019, the players have been paid all their allowances, and on time.
The Sports and Recreation Commission is bankrolling the tournament to the tune of USD1 million, with USD635 000 of that amount, set aside for allowances.
There are no injury concerns, with the duo of Kuda Mahachi and Petros Mhari shrugging off the injuries sustained against Sudan, in a friendly match played last week.
The team will use a new kit for the tournament, with Umbro expected to deliver it today. *Soccer24*
The South African Police Service (SAPS) on Friday intercepted a pickup truck with 14 illegal immigrants, mostly women, from Zimbabwe to Gauteng.
According to SABC, undocumented immigrants claimed that they each paid the driver R1 500 to transport them to Johannesburg.
SAPS also arrested the driver for bribery after he allegedly offered the law enforcement a certain amount for them to be allowed to go through. SAPS posted on Twitter:
14 illegal immigrants travelling from Zimbabwe to Gauteng were arrested by Gauteng police during operation . The driver was also arrested for bribery after he offered law enforcement officials an amount of money for them to be allowed to go through. ML
This comes after South Africa’s Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi last week accused Zimbabwe’s security forces deployed at the Beitbridge Border Post of taking bribes to let undocumented immigrants into that country.
Motsoaledi claimed that South Africa border security authorities told him that Zimbabwean soldiers were receiving bribes from border jumpers to allow them into the neighbouring country.
An SANDF officer told Motsoaledi that they had communicated with the Zimbabwean army commanders about the issue of corrupt soldiers but apparently nothing was done to address it. _*PindulaNews*_
THE police’s war against armed robbers continues to bear fruits following the arrest of two suspects in connection with violent robbery and shooting at Kriste Mambo High School (Rusape) late last year.
About 11 suspected armed robbers besieged the Roman Catholic-run and girls’ mission school that is located about 40 kilometers on the outskirts of Rusape.
One of the armed robbers pulled the trigger and shot the school’s deputy head, Mr Joseph Munhuweyi on the chest before stealing cash, school tuck, laptops and cellphones valued at over $2 million.
Mr Munhuweyi has since recovered from the injuries, after spending some time in hospital.
The long arm of the law finally caught up with Paul Munemo (38) and Godfrey Machangara (22), who all hail from Chief Seke’s area.
Detectives are working round the clock to arrest the pair’s accomplices.
The two suspects were arraigned before Rusape magistrate, Ms Rufaro Madondo facing one count of armed robbery and were remanded in custody to December 14, 2022, for routine remand.
Ms Mangwiro also advised the pair, who were self-actors, to apply for bail at the High Court.
Prosecutor Mrs Oripa Sagandira told the court that the suspects and their fugitive accomplices stole an assortment of goods valued over $2 million.
Only goods worth $900 000 were recovered.
“On November 7, 2021, the two accused persons connived with their accomplices who are still at large to rob Silvester Mubako, Lloyd Dimma, Temba Fokisa, Joseph Munhuweyi, Musumi Kitaka, Dionisio Antonio, Tatenda Gumbero, Abel Matamisa and Norest Guri.
“They armed themselves with two pistols and one riffle, and proceeded to the complainant’s place of residence. They shot Joseph Munhuweyi on the chest, and forcibly took seven HP laptops and several smartphones. They also stole a Toyota Hilux (AAL 6585), US$5714 and ZW$7160 from the complainants.
“The two accused persons were arrested and led to the recovery of one of the stolen smartphones as well as part of the other property. The value of property stolen is $2 227 500 and goods valued at $949 025 have been recovered,” said Mrs Sagandira. _*ManicaPost*_
Warriors captain Knowledge Musona says qualification for the knockout stages of AFCON 2021 would mean a lot to him, and hopes it will happen this time.
The Smiling Assassin, as Musona is fondly referred to by Warriors fans, will be representing Zimbabwe at the AFCON finals for the third time, and second in a row as captain.
Qualification for the knockout stages of the continental showpiece has evaded Zimbabwe but Musona hopes all that changes this time.
“I have already played at two AFCON finals without progressing to the knockout stages. Doing it now will mean a lot to me as an individual and to the whole team, because it will be historic for every player. It’s an opportunity for us to show that we can perform at big tournaments like AFCON,” he told CAF Media.
“Coming in early was really important for us to be together for longer as a team, while we also acclimatise to the environment for those players who are based in places with different weather conditions. We still have more days to train, and we will be ready for our first game. I am confident that we will have a good tournament that will make the whole country proud,” he added.
Zimbabwe will be going into battle without some key players who were part of the group in the 2019 edition in Egypt- Khama Billiat, Marvellous Nakamba, Marshall Munetsi, Tendayi Darikwa and Divine Lunga, but Musona insists the team still posses the quality to deliver.
“It’s unfortunate that we are missing some players who were with us during the qualifiers because of injuries and other issues, but I think we still have the quality to compete with any team. I definitely think that we are going to have a good tournament, especially with the preparations that we have done so far, and what we will still do in the remaining days,” he said. _*Soccer24*_
Warriors coach Norman Mapeza placed three players on standby when he selected his final squad for the Afcon 2021.
Mapeza named a twenty-three man team that travelled to Cameroon for the tournament, which starts on Sunday.
The selection includes the players that were named in the provisional squad except for Kundai Benyu, who was a last-minute addition.
It has now been revealed that three more stars were registered for the tournament but didn’t travel to Cameroon.
The players placed on standby are Panashe Mutimbanyoka, Bill Antonio and Temptation Chiunga.
CAF allowed participating sides to register up to twenty-eight players in their final selections for the tournament due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Zimbabwe will start their campaign on Monday against Senegal in a Group B opener.
Kick-off is at 3 pm CAT.
Warriors travelling squad:
Goalkeepers: Petros Mhari (FC Platinum), Martin Mapisa (FC Zamora), Talbert Shumba (Free State Stars).
Defenders: Peter Muduwa (Highlanders), Alec Mudimu (Torpedo Kutaisi), Takudzwa Chimwemwe (Nkana), Jordan Zemura (AFC Bournemouth), Godknows Muriwa (Dynamos), Gerald Takwara (Venda Football Academy), Teenage Hadebe (Houston Dynamo), Bruce Kangwa (Azam), Onismor Bhasera (Supersport United)
Midfielders: Kelvin Madzongwe (FC Platinum), Thabani Kamusoko (Zesco United), Never Tigere (Azam), Kudakwashe Mahachi (Supersport United), Ishmael Wadi (JDR Stars), Kundai Benyu (Vestra).
Forwards: Admiral Muskwe (Luton Town), Prince Dube (Azam), David Moyo (Hamilton Academical), Knowledge Musona (C) (Al Tai), Tinotenda Kadewere (Olympique Lyonnais).
Registered players on standby
Bill Antonio _*Soccer24*_
ZANU PF is headed for renewed factional turbulence ahead of a string of fresh internal elections starting next month, NewZimbabwe.com can report.
The ruling party, still smarting from highly contentious provincial polls held late last month, is gearing towards primary elections to select candidates that will represent the party in the upcoming March 26 National Assembly by-elections.
Thereafter, the party will immediately be involved in crunch national youth and women’s league elections – to be held at separate congresses – before the mother of all political battles explodes in central committee elections.
The central committee is Zanu PF’s principal policy organ, with power to change the constitution and recall or change leadership, according to the party’s constitution.
This explains why elections into it have always been thunderous and bloody, with the top officials keep to plant surrogates in the all-important organ.
The four sets of elections are expected to be stormy, coming at a time when factionalism bedevilling the party has exploded into the public domain in a major way.
Sources in Zanu PF said preparations are well underway as the provinces are strategically positioning their candidates for, principally, the central committee elections.
According to the Zanu PF constitution, the central committee is the principal organ of the party and consists of 245 members drawn from the party’s 10 provinces. It acts on behalf of congress when it is not in session and among other things implements all policies, resolutions, directives, decisions and programmes enunciated by congress.
The Youth League provides 17 members to the central committee with the Women’s League contributing the same number, which explains the keen interest by the party’s top brass in those organs.
The establishment of a third organ comprising of war veterans, war collaborators and those detained during the liberation struggle has been put on ice after it became a centre for intense factional jockeying even in its infancy.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa appoints 10 members while 50 are drawn from the women’s quarter. The remaining members are elected from the provinces in a way and manner that each province shall have a proportionate quota or number, having regard to the census population figures in the province.
Top Zanu PF sources say chaotic scenes are looming ahead of the elections as the same problems were experienced during late last year’s provincial elections.
“There are bound to be problems because no concrete measures were taken after the chaotic provincial elections last year that were marred by allegations of vote-buying, violence, rigging and intimidation, to prevent similar incidents,” a Zanu PF politburo member said.
“Unless and until the politburo provides solutions to such problems, internal elections in the party will be haunted by chaos.”
Two rival camps reportedly led by Mnangagwa and his highly ambitious deputy, Constantino Chiwenga, were engaged in a bruising fight for the control of provincial executives and are again set to battle it out in the upcoming polls which could be crucial in defining the subsequent political trajectory.
In an interview with NewZimbabwe.com on Friday, Zanu PF national political commissar Mike Bimha said the party was preparing itself for the impending tumult.
As you are aware, we just finished the elections for provincial chairpersons and this weekend, we are finalising the rest of the positions to ensure that new provincial executives commissioned,” Bimha said in an interview broadcast on NewZim TV accessible on: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1vXDouHHJg
“Our next target is the upcoming by-elections. Now that we know the dates (when they will be held), we are planning for them. Once we are through with them, we will be having our elections for the youth league, our elections for the women’s league and thereafter we can go for central committee elections,” he said.
Bimha also said there was nothing amiss about events that characterised the provincial elections as “that has always been the case”. _*NewZimbabwe*_
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