From football to basketball it is celebration time for Zimbabwean sport after a weekend of hard-earned victories.
Blatter was seven votes short of the required 140 majority in the first round of voting, but his opponent, Prince Ali bin al Hussein of Jordan, withdrew before a second round could take place.
Credit card company Visa made the strongest statement after the U.S. Justice Department unveiled an indictment Wednesday charging 14 people with offenses that include racketeering, wire fraud and money laundering.
FIFA was rocked Wednesday by the massive U.S. federal corruption indictment against current and former top officials as well as the announcement of a separate investigation by Swiss authorities.
A spokesman of the group, Abel Ndlovu, who is based in South Africa, told VOA Studio 7 they are accepting funds from all Zimbabweans and other nationalities.
Gumede told VOA Studio 7 the club is happy with the team’s standard of play though players are failing to find the net.
The Zifa boss was thrown out of his seat by the Zifa Council that met at an Extraordinary General Assembly meeting Saturday.
The Warriors only trained for three days before departure for the tournament which will be held in South Africa from May 17-23.
The Sugar Sugar Boys, who are coached by former Highlanders mentor Kelvin Kaindu, have not lost a game at home.
The gap between the true title contenders and pretenders is widening as leaders Chicken Inn are now six points adrift of fourth-placed Bulawayo giants, Highlanders.
Dynamos supporters are trying to figure out what hit them after their team was hammered 3-0 by leaders, Chicken Inn, at Rufaro Stadium.
First it was Triangle and then Dynamos took over before Triangle regained the lead. But now it is Chicken Inn.