AgenceFrance-Presse | Wednesday November 12, 2014
Zimbabwe's domestic players have gone on strike over wages and contractual issues for the second time this year. This comes less than a month after the West Indies players quit a tour of India following a protracted pay structure dispute between the ...
Press Trust of India | Tuesday July 15, 2014
Grant Flower, the brother of former Zimbabwe skipper, Andy Flower has been given a two-year contract by the Pakistan Cricket Board after he applied for the position two months back.
Press Trust of India | Monday May 26, 2014
Former Zimbabwe skipper Heath Streak, who represented Zimbabwe in 65 Tests and 189 ODIs, has signed a two-year contract. His first assignment will be a three-match ODI series against India next month.
Agence France-Presse | Thursday May 15, 2014
Former Zimbabwe batsman Grant Flower, younger brother of former England coach Andy, will join in August during Pakistan's tour of Sri Lanka.
Press Trust of India | Friday February 21, 2014
A report in a national daily quoting a highly-placed source in the BCCI said that a Board official had held a round of talks with former Zimbabwe skipper Andy Flower over his taking over from Duncan Fletcher as new Indian cricket team coach.
Associated Press | Monday February 3, 2014
Zimbabwe coach Andy Waller revealed that the national squad will gather on Tuesday for fielding practice and fitness tests after striking for two months over unpaid wages and bonuses and refusing to play domestic games.
Press Trust of India | Wednesday September 18, 2013
Not surprisingly the players and coach hastened out of the terminal and were whisked away in waiting cars by Pakistan Cricket Board officials without any interaction with the waiting media.
Agence France-Presse | Tuesday September 17, 2013
Pakistan were beaten by 24 runs in the second Test in Harare last week -- their first loss at the hands of the cricketing minnows for 15 years -- which left the two-match series tied 1-1.
Associated Press | Friday August 30, 2013
Zimbabwe cricket has been in turmoil over a player-pay dispute of late. The countries were due to play two Tests, three ODIs and two T20Is.
Press Trust of India | Thursday August 22, 2013
With no visa available for Sarfraz Ahmed according to the Pakistan Cricket Board, he was even told on Wednesday that he would not be going to Zimbabwe and instead Adnan Akmal would be going in as a replacement.
Press Trust of India | Sunday August 18, 2013
A Pakistan Cricket Board official confirmed that Umar has been called back from the league where he was playing with other Pakistani players including captain, Misbah-ul-Haq, Muhammad Hafeez and Shoaib Malik.
Agence France-Presse | Saturday August 17, 2013
The 23-year-old suffered a back injury while playing in the ongoing Caribbean Premier League, an annual Twenty20 tournament.
Agence France-Presse | Tuesday August 13, 2013
The 31-year-old Farhat has failed to cement his place in the Pakistan team in a turbulent 13-year career and has often been criticised for lack of consistency.
Press Trust Of India | Wednesday May 15, 2013
The tour was supposed to follow the Champions Trophy in England and a tri-series in the West Indies from June 28 to July 11.
NDTVCricket | Friday April 5, 2013
Shakib skipped the Sri Lanka tour after undergoing surgery on his right shin in February and is likely to take a break from bowling during the upcoming Zimbabwe tour.
NDTVSports | Wednesday January 30, 2013
Worried administrator calls for urgent summit in March as cricket Board rejects minister's diktat that limits scope for Blacks
Press Trust of India | Wednesday November 28, 2012
According to the West Indies Cricket Board, Zimbabwe is expected to tour West indies early next year for a full cricket series.
Press Trust of India | Wednesday October 19, 2011
Former Test cricketer Alastair Campbell has stepped down from his position as chairman of selectors of the Zimbabwean cricket board with immediate effect and will be replaced by former wicketkeeper batsman Wayne James.
Press Trust of India | Sunday August 7, 2011
Pakistan Cricket Board has refused permission to the players selected for Zimbabwe tour to participate in Ramazan Twenty20 tournaments underway here.
Press Trust of India | Saturday August 6, 2011
Former Pakistan captain Shoaib Malik is all set to make a comeback into the national team for the upcoming Zimbabwe tour once he is cleared by the Cricket Board's (PCB) integrity committee on August 15.