Zimbabwe to Bid for Fifa World Cup


The minister of tourism, Walter Muzembi, has revealed plans to bring the Fifa World Cup to Zimbabwe in 2034.


  • Zimbabwe:  World Cup Plans Get Thumbs Up

    CAJ News Agency, 16 July 2014

    ZIMBABWE'S ambitious plan to host the 2034 FIFA World Cup has received the support of locals, who believe the country can defy the odds and realise that dream. read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Minister Speaks on World Cup Bid Dream

    The Herald, 12 July 2014

    Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Walter Mzembi this week opened the nation to debate after suggesting that Zimbabwe should bid to host the 2034 World Cup. Although the ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Zim to Bid for World Cup

    The Herald, 8 July 2014

    Zimbabwe will bid to host the Fifa World Cup in 2034 as it will by then have the capacity to host such a mega event when Africa gets another chance of hosting the tournament, ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Dreamer Mzembi to Bid for Fifa World Cup

    New Zimbabwe, 7 July 2014

    President Robert Mugabe's "best minister", Walter Mzembi, has revealed plans to bring the FIFA World Cup to Zimbabwe in 2034. read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Lawyers Give Prisoners World Cup Chance

    New Zimbabwe, 4 July 2014

    INMATES in some local prisons will have a chance to enjoy remaining FIFA World Cup matches and other programmes following the donation of 11 brand new television sets to prisons by ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  ZIFA Splashes Fifa Cash On New HQ

    New Zimbabwe, 26 June 2014

    ZIFA has acquired new offices at Alexandra Park in Harare following the release of $500,000 by world football governing body Fifa. read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  HICC's Indoor World Cup Pitch

    Financial Gazette, 19 June 2014

    The Harare International Conference Centre (HICC) becoming an indoor soccer pitch with a 4 500 seating capacity, surrounded by HD eight metres by 12 metres theatre screens, high ... read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Power Outages - Football Fans Miss Out On World Cup

    SW Radio Africa, 16 June 2014

    Football fans in some areas of the country are missing out on some of the FIFA world cup matches in Brazil because of power outages. read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  World Cup - Zesa Plays a Blinder

    New Zimbabwe, 14 June 2014

    POWER utility, ZESA, last week issued a new load shedding schedule that will leave consumers without power for eight hours a day. read more »

  • Zimbabwe:  Ztv Taken Off Dstv

    The Herald, 14 June 2014

    The Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation signal on DStv was de-actived on Thursday at the instructions of Fifa to prevent people from watching the World Cup for free. read more »

Fifa president, Sepp Blatter.