Cost-saving forces change of venue for second Test
Cost-saving forces change of venue for second Test

Zimbabwe Cricket have implemented drastic cost-saving measures, including playing the second Test against Pakistan in Harare instead of travelling to Bulawayo

Eagles cling on to secure Logan Cup
Eagles cling on to secure Logan Cup

Mashonaland Eagles held their nerve on a tense final day to earn a draw against Mid West Rhinos and so win the Logan Cup

'Yesterday's man' Chingoka breaks silence
'Yesterday's man' Chingoka breaks silence

Zimbabwe's low-profile chairman Peter Chingoka has finally broken cover

Old politics rear their head in Matabeleland
Old politics rear their head in Matabeleland

Steven Price reports on how not everyone is happy to see old faces return to play in Zimbabwe

Mountaineers do their best to blow it
Mountaineers do their best to blow it

A review of the first round of matches in Zimbabwe's revamped Logan Cup

Mountaineers bank on strong batting line-up
Mountaineers bank on strong batting line-up

At the Harare Sports Club Mashonaland Eagles take on Mountaineers, while Midwest Rhinos meet Matabeleland Tuskers at Kwekwe Sports Club

Concerns as Zimbabwe's franchise heads are named
Concerns as Zimbabwe's franchise heads are named

Zimbabwe Cricket has appointed four of the five chief executives for its newly-created franchises, according to a report in the Independent

Mabuza spins Westerns to Twenty20 victory
Mabuza spins Westerns to Twenty20 victory

A five-wicket haul by offspinner Mbekezeli Mabuza steered Westerns to a four-run win over Northerns in the final of Zimbabwe's domestic Twenty20 tournament

Zimbabwe rips up domestic structure and starts again
Zimbabwe rips up domestic structure and starts again

Zimbabwe Cricket has once again made changes to its provincial structure, and from next season it will be based on five regional franchises

Ewing rules out Zimbabwe comeback
Ewing rules out Zimbabwe comeback

Former Zimbabwe allrounder Gavin Ewing has confirmed that he has no plans to return to the national side

Wisdom Siziba dies aged 28
Wisdom Siziba dies aged 28

Wisdom Siziba, one of many cricketers lost to Zimbabwe in recent years, has died in South Africa at the age of 28

ICC highlights poor relationship between Zimbabwe board and players
ICC highlights poor relationship between Zimbabwe board and players

The ICC report into the state of Zimbabwe cricket highlighted that there was a "rather poor existing relationship between the board and players

Zimbabwe's dinosaur breaks cover
Zimbabwe's dinosaur breaks cover

Steven Price reports that the net might be closing around Peter Chingoka, Zimbabwe Cricket's long-serving chairman

Curran upbeat about Logan Cup
Curran upbeat about Logan Cup

Former Zimbabwe coach Kevin Curran has defended the quality of cricket in the Logan Cup

Phil Simmons set to sue Zimbabwe Cricket
Phil Simmons set to sue Zimbabwe Cricket

It is more than three years since Phil Simmons was replaced as Zimbabwe coach, but he still remains in dispute with them over monies he claims are outstanding

Houghton returns to Zimbabwe in coaching role
Houghton returns to Zimbabwe in coaching role

Zimbabwe's gradual rehabilitation received another boost with news that former captain and coach Dave Houghton will be returning to work as director of national coaching

Bleaker than ever
Bleaker than ever

Things got worse than they were in 2007, with a loss to Uganda, chokes against Sri Lanka, and the effects of the worsening political and economic turmoil

Bvute banned from entering Australia
Bvute banned from entering Australia

Ozias Bvute, the controversial managing director of Zimbabwe Cricket, has been banned from entering Australia

Little interest in Zimbabwe coaching post
Little interest in Zimbabwe coaching post

Cricinfo has learned that Zimbabwe Cricket is considering readvertising the post of national coach after it received only four fairly low-profile applications

Zimbabwe's coaching cupboard is almost bare
Zimbabwe's coaching cupboard is almost bare

Zimbabwe Cricket has few choices available when it sits down to pick a long-term national coach