The new head coach is Chicken Inn boss, Joey Antipas, who will be deputized by Tonderai Ndiraya and Mandla Mpofu.
The survey published today also indicates that their top priority is to see more investment in education.
Once safe from the taxman’s grip, churches in Zimbabwe are now the target of the country’s revenue office, as it seeks alternative income streams for the cash-strapped government.
War veterans in Mashonaland East, Bulawayo and Matabeleland provinces have thrown spanners into First Lady Grace Mugabe's ambitions to deputize her husband.
Mr. Mugabe denounced those fanning factionalism and told them to stop it as he was not going anywhere.
His wife, Agnes Eunice Mkwesha, told Voice of America's Studio 7 her family has lost a humble and great father while the football fraternity has been robbed of a mentor.
The majority of those targeted are linked to a faction allegedly led by Vice President Emmerson Mnangangwa.
Former Dynamos player and board member Freddy Mkwesha who died in Harare Tuesday following a long battle with sugar diabetes, will be buried Thursday in Goromonzi.
Twins Shefali and Shivani Sinha, have been nominated for the Shine-A-Light award by Genesis Energy - New Zealand's biggest energy provider - for supporting rural school library development in Zimbabwe.
The program was centered on three main pillars patriotism, unity and nationhood. But according to Wafawarova, the political situation in 2000 greatly affected the program
Businessman Chiyangwa got 40 votes, Carelse Juul 13, Leslie Gwindi 3 and James Takavada only one.
It has been three months of campaigning for the four candidates - Lesley Gwindi, Trevor Carelse Juul, James Takavada, and Phillip Chiyangwa.