US: Kim Bhunu makes history for Cal Poly in NIT women’s tennis quarterfinals

By UNTED STATES: Graduate student Kim Bhunu became the first Mustang in Cal Poly program history to win a singles match in the postseason, she beat her Colorado’s Antonia Balzert in two straight sets. On the doubles side, her and Kennedy Buntrock defeated their opponents as well. Bhunu wraps her final season with the

Zim-born Stephanie Travers now deputy head of Lewis Hamilton’s Extreme E team

By The Mirror (UK) Lewis Hamilton gave Mercedes colleague “a moment I’ll treasure for the rest of my life” Lewis Hamilton has touched countless lives with his work on and off the Formula 1 track – and Stephanie Travers can certainly count herself among those people. Born in Zimbabwe, her parents moved to Surrey in order to give

Chevrons star Mutumbami joins English side Andover Cricket Club

By Sports Reporter ZIMBABWE cricket team wicketkeeper-batsman Richmond Mutumbani is set to take his talents to the United Kingdom after completing a move to Andover Cricket Club. Mutumbani is expected to add some much-needed experience to the Andover Cricket Club squad which is gearing up for the new season back in the Southern League Division

CANADA: FC London adds highly-rated goalkeeper Darlington Murasiranwa

By CANADA: League1 Ontario side FC London has added another highly-rated youngster amid an ambitious squad build for the 2023 season. The Ontario-based club has confirmed the acquisition of Darlington Murasiranwa, a Canadian-Zimbabwean goalkeeper who made 14 appearances for FC Edmonton last season. The new FC London goalkeeper was born in Zimbabwe, but began his

CANADA: Family beams with pride as son leads team to 2 victories in 1 day

By April Hudson for CBC News It was a close game, but the N.W.T.’s junior male futsal team eked out a 2-1 win against Alaska at the Arctic Winter Games — and then went on to a sweeping 13-2 win against Team Nunavut. As team captain Tanaka Muwirimi played that first game at the Syncrude Sport