In case you missed some of the biggest news on Soccer24, here is a recap of the week’s headlines.

Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA)  lifted Henrietta Rushwaya’s life ban. Read more

Rutendo Makore joined a Spanish top flight side on a six month loan. Read more

Ngezi Platinum were dumped out of the title race after they lost in Zvishavane. Read more

Premier Soccer League Disciplinary Committee fined Ngezi Platinum Stars FC and Dynamos FC following match disturbances that occurred during their clash in October. Read more

Kaizer Chiefs defender Teenage Hadebe made his debut for the club in a goalless draw against AmaZulu on Wednesday. Read more

Ovidy Karuru signed a new contract with AmaZulu. Read more

Khama Billiat ended his goal drought when he scored a brace on Wednesday. Read more

Dynamos midfielder Denver Mukamba went AWOL again despite sitting on a final warning. Read more

Confederation of African Football (CAF) confirmed the new dates for the 2019 AFCON Qualifiers. Read more

Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane confirmed that Khama Billiat will leave the club at the end of his contract next year July. Read more

Belgian side, S. C. Eendracht Aalst (E. Aalst) invited local football legend  Moses Chunga for a special event. Read more

Zimbabwe referee, Nomore Matemera was selected  by Confederation of African Football (CAF) to officiate in next year’s Championship of African Nations (CHAN). Read more

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