Dynamos

  • Football

    Mparati battles stroke, former club Dymanos blue-ticks him

    FORMER Dynamos captain Tawanda Mparati is battling against hypertension and stroke at his Rugare home in Harare, and the former club that he played for with so much passion is nowhere near him. Mparati suffered a cerebrovascular accident on April 19 and the stroke affected his left side and his ability to walk and hold things. Now, he can walk…

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  • Courts and Law

    Dynamos board chair Bernard Marriot in court for fraud

    DYNAMOS board of trustees’ chairman, Bernard Marriot Lusengo, yesterday appeared in court on allegations of defrauding the country’s biggest football club, and the private company under which it falls, of a 51 percent shareholding. It’s the latest, if not significant, twist in the long-running saga related to the ownership of the country’s most successful football club, which has been the…

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  • Football

    Dynamos plunged into mourning again as prominent supporter dies

    PROMINENT Dynamos supporter Mollen Macheme, who was one of the survivors of the accident that claimed nine of her colleagues in Kwekwe five years ago, has died. Macheme died on Tuesday evening after a short illness. Her death comes following the deaths of former Dynamos legends in the past four weeks. Former players and coaches Misheck Marimo, David Mandigora, Simon…

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