Troubled Zimbabwe Suspended From International Cricket

The International Cricket Council has suspended Zimbabwe for its failure to keep the sport free from government interference. This decision means that funding to Zimbabwe cricket will be frozen and representative teams from the country will not be allowed to participate in any ICC events. The move also casts a shadow over the national team's participation in the qualifiers for the T20 World Cup.

West Indies v Zimbabwe in 2015.

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    The Herald, 19 July 2019

    A DARK cloud hung over Zimbabwe Cricket yesterday after the International Cricket Council suspended the country from its membership and outlawed it from all activities held under… Read more »

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    Zimbabwe Independent, 5 July 2019

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    The Herald, 21 June 2019

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  • Zimbabwe:   Taibu Shoots From the Hip

    The Herald, 4 July 2019

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