The straw that broke Zimbabwe's back?
The straw that broke Zimbabwe's back?

Steven Price says that the decision by West Indies' players not to tour Zimbabwe may have left the ICC with no room for maneuver

Ethical concerns over  Zimbabwe Cricket's new auditor
Ethical concerns over Zimbabwe Cricket's new auditor

Cricinfo has learned that the same firm that carried it Zimbabwe Cricket's forensic audit have been appointed as auditors to the board

Confusion surrounds Mugabe's patronage
Confusion surrounds Mugabe's patronage

There is growing confusion inside Zimbabwe over reports that Robert Mugabe has been removed as the official patron of the country's cricket board

ICC recommendation leaves Zimbabwe floundering
ICC recommendation leaves Zimbabwe floundering

Sources close to Zimbabwe Cricket have told Cricinfo that senior board officials were "taken aback" by the recommendation made by the ICC's cricket committee that they should continue to be left out of Test cricket

Forensic audit stays under wraps
Forensic audit stays under wraps

Despite an undertaking from Peter Chingoka, the then interim chairman Zimbabwe Cricket , that the report on the investigation of charges of financial maladministration would be made public, no one apart from ZC and ICC have seen it.

Ticking the boxes
Ticking the boxes

Steven Price reports on the behind-the-scenes shambles that was the Logan Cup, and why Zimbabwe Cricket wasn't bothered as long as the tournament took place

Selectors undermine Northerns' Logan campaign
Selectors undermine Northerns' Logan campaign

Questions are being asked about the selection issues which have blighted Northerns' Logan Cup campaign

Easterns wrap up domestic double
Easterns wrap up domestic double

Easterns secured the 2006-07 Logan Cup title with a 146-run victory over Centrals inside three days at Kwekwe Sports Club

Easterns favourites in title run-in
Easterns favourites in title run-in

The last round of the Logan Cup gets underway on Thursday with three teams all vying for the title

Banned Masakadza to miss crucial last round
Banned Masakadza to miss crucial last round

Hamilton Masakadza will miss Easterns' crucial final Logan Cup match against Westerns after being banned

Masakadza tantrum overshadows Easterns' victory
Masakadza tantrum overshadows Easterns' victory

Easterns put themselves on course for the Logan Cup title with a crushing nine-wicket win over Westerns at Bulawayo

Changing the game
Changing the game

Steven Price applauds the offer by the Australian prime minister to pay any fines levied on Cricket Australia by the ICC should the Zimbabwe tour go ahead

Westerns and Easterns meet in title showdown
Westerns and Easterns meet in title showdown

Steven Price previews the fourth round of matches in the Logan Cup

Zimbabwe's players sold short
Zimbabwe's players sold short

As Zimbabwe Cricket battles to stave off another exodus of players, it has been revealed that while most other Full Member countries have paid their players between 20 and 25% of their income from the World Cup, Zimbabwe's cash-strapped cricketers will on

Zimbabwe board bans player representation
Zimbabwe board bans player representation

Cricinfo can reveal that Zimbabwe's cricketers have been banned by their board from having any player representation

A mixture of chaos and farce
A mixture of chaos and farce

Steven Price reports that Zimbabwe's century-old Logan Cup is scheduled to start this week, but the whole competition is surrounded in mystery and farce

Alarmed Zimbabwe look to prevent player exodus
Alarmed Zimbabwe look to prevent player exodus

Steven Price looks at the pressures put on Zimbabwe's players to sign contracts that bind them to the country and prevent them from earning a living elsewhere

Easterns secure one-day title
Easterns secure one-day title

Easterns province, formerly known as Manicaland before Zimbabwe Cricket's controversial districts demarcation, have won the Faithwear one-day series

Zimbabwe back as pressure on Curran mounts
Zimbabwe back as pressure on Curran mounts

Zimbabwe's cricketers returned home on Sunday after their first-round exit with speculation growing over the future of coach Kevin Curran

Still heading towards the abyss
Still heading towards the abyss

Steven Price on how the World Cup was another step on Zimbabwe cricket's slide towards oblivion