Dembare, Bosso renew their rivalry

by | Apr 15, 2021 | Entertainment, Local News, Sport | 0 comments

Alex Samanyanga

Zimbabwe’s Premier Soccer league giants Highlanders and Dynamos will clash this year for the Independence Uhuru Cup match, set to be played at the National Sports stadium on Sunday April 17.

The teams last met in 2019 for the same cup and Highlanders prevailed.
Vice President (Rtd) General Constantino Chiwenga will be guest of honour at the match which will be played behind closed doors.

In a statement released by the Minister for Information, Publicity and Broadcasting services, Honourable Monica Mutsvangwa the match is one of the event lined up to commemorate the Independence day.
“Dynamos and Highlanders will battle it out for honours of the Independence Trophy on 18 April 13:00hrs. The event will be closed to the general public and once again only 50 Officials and Team members will be allowed.
The Independence Trophy will be presented by Hon VP Dr CGDN Chiwenga, who will be the guest of honour,” said Minister Mutsvangwa.

The two teams will be the first to play a match In Zimbabwe since Covid-19 regulations were imposed in March 2020.
The two clubs have competed during the Independence cup for the last 16 years and they have both won eight trophies.
The match begins at 1pm and will be screened at ZBC.