By Daniel Itai, Harare, Zimbabwe
The Zimbabwe Handball Federation (ZHF)’s CEO, Edison Chirwodza, has hinted that revellers of the sport should brace themselves for a couple of tourneys prior to the year’s end.
For the past couple of months now, ZHF has had to either stall or postpone tournaments due to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
However, with the low levels of COVID-19 transmissions in the southern African country, the sporting discipline could soon find it’s way back on the field.
“We have made an application to the Sports and Recreation Commission on the resumption of handball activities once clearance is granted we will come with dates for competitions but tentatively in December.
Moreover, the ZHF’s CEO said they were looking forward at resuming training this month.
“Trainings should start this month if authority is granted,” said the CEO. Non contact sport has since been given the greenlight by the government to resume their sporting activities.