Zimbabwe Avails Thousands for Paralympians

The country's paralympic team has received a much needed financial boost to achieve success at the London games.

Zimbabw's wheelchair tennis player, Nyasha Mharakurwa.

  • Zimbabwe:   U.S.$70 000 Boost for Team Zimbabwe At Paralympic Games

    The Herald, 24 August 2012

    THE Government has availed US$70 000 for Team Zimbabwe that will be participating at the London Paralympic Games that are set to take off from August 29 to Sepember 9. Zimbabwe… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Mujaji Promises Gold at the Paralympics

    Zimbabwe Standard, 29 July 2012

    AT the age of 39, the forthcoming 2012 London Paralympic Games will see the last of two-time Paralympic Gold medalist Elliot Mujaji. Having gained some weight, obviously due to… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Mharakurwa Eyes Paralympics

    The Herald, 5 July 2012

    ACE wheelchair tennis player Nyasha Mharakurwa has expressed his excitement after he qualified for the 2012 London Paralympic Games starting next month through the bipartite… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Morale Booster for Paralympic Team

    The Herald, 4 July 2012

    THE Zimbabwe National Paralympic Committee got a morale booster in their efforts to develop sport for people with disabilities when they received a donation of sporting equipment… Read more »

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