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Domestic football: Premier Soccer League set to return in October

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Domestic football: Premier Soccer League set to return in October. This is according to a calendar sent out to clubs on Wednesday evening. Although the PSL are yet to announce the dates for the league’s resumption, they have informed the clubs of the crucial dates.

Chibuku Super Cup group matches are set to resume on 29 September while the Premier Soccer League (PSL) is expected to start on 30 October, ending a two-year interruption that was due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

The Chibuku Super Cup, which commenced on 22 May in four cities, namely Harare, Bulawayo, Mutare, and Zvishavane, is expected to resume in a fortnight.

The matches will resume with Matchday 4 for Groups 2, 3, and 4, while Group 1, which has six teams and has played more games, resumes with Matchday 7.

Matchday 5 has been scheduled for October 2 for Groups 2, 3 and 4. On the same day Group 1 will be playing their Matchday 8.

October 9 has been set aside for the previously postponed Group 1 Chibuku match between ZPC Kariba and Harare City.

Matchday 6 is on October 16 for Groups 2, 3, and 4 while Group 1 will fulfil their Matchday 9 on the same day. On October 20, Matchday 5 will be staged for Groups 2,3, and 4 while Group 1 will host Matchday 8.

Chibuku Super Cup quarter-finals will be staged on October 23. And seven days later the league chiefs hope to start this year’s Castle Lager Premiership.

Source – Pindula News

In other news – Justice Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi: We will compromise on lobola law

Justice Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi: We will compromise on lobola law. There has been a deadlock between Government and traditional leaders over a clause in the Bill which stipulates that payment of lobola must not be used as a prerequisite for a couple to register any marriage, on the grounds that only the couple can make any conditions for a marriage and that no one else can grant or withhold permission for a union.

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The Government is ready to compromise and accede to the inclusion of lobola as a legal requirement for registering customary unions in the proposed integrated Marriages Act…Learn More.

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