Zimbabwe could be fined heavily, while the Warriors could be banned from the COSAFA tournament after the country pulled out of hosting the tournament, scheduled for May 19 to June 1. In February, the regional body granted the southern African country the rights but the government refused to approve the hosting of the regional tournament. A hearing on the matter has been postponed to April 11, 2019.
Cosafa Hearing Postponed
The Herald, 4 April 2019
ZIFA are seeking to avert a total fallout with COSAFA after the association yesterday appealed for the postponement of a disciplinary hearing in which they are facing charges of… Read more »
Zimbabwe Face Cosafa Ban
New Zimbabwe, 1 April 2019
ZIMBABWE is facing either a hefty fine or a complete ban after Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) summoned Zifa to attend a disciplinary hearing on April 4… Read more »
The Warriors are victorious 2 years in a row! Zimbabwe’s 6th #COSAFACup trophy!
Cosafa Cup Under the Spotlight
The Herald, 26 March 2019
THE qualification of five COSAFA countries for the 2019 AFCON finals has given a new dimension to this year's COSAFA Cup with the countries hoping to use the regional tourney to… Read more »
Zimbabwe has pulled out of hosting this year's annual southern African championship - the Cosafa Senior Men's Challenge Cup - less than a month since being awarded hosting rights. ... Read more »
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