Zimbabwe’s cricketers have agreed to end their boycott over unpaid wages and are returning to training after being promised money by next week, coach Andy Waller said on Monday.
David Warner's bid for a Test recall hits early trouble in Zimbabwe.
Roseau, Dominica Spinner Shane Shillingford continued to torment Zimbabwe as the visitors limped to seven for 158 at tea on the opening day of the second Test against the West Indies at Windsor Park in Dominica on...
Jacques Kallis recorded the best Twenty20 figures for his country to inspire South Africa to a convincing 10-wicket win over Zimbabwe in a Group C match at Hambantota on Thursday.
Dunedin New Zealand coasts to a 90-run victory over Zimbabwe in one-day tie.
Auckland New Zealand repels spirited challenge to chase down 201 and beat Zimbabwe in its second and final Twenty20 international.
Zimbabwe's cricket team will arrive in Nairobi on October 14 for a tri-series with Kenya and Ireland, its first international outing since March.
Zimbabwe have confirmed their withdrawal from next year's World Twenty20 cricket tournament.
Zimbabwe recorded its first win over a Test nation since 2007 when it beat Bangladesh by 38 runs in the opening match of a triangular one-day series.
Rob Harris Zimbabwe will not renege on a deal to withdraw from next year's Twenty20 World Cup, ICC chief executive Haroon Lorgat has said to resolve the issue.
Kenya has confirmed they will host Zimbabwe in four one-day internationals in Nairobi in October.
Strife-torn Zimbabwe will remain a full member of the ICC, after the deeply divided world body worked out a last-minute compromise.
Adam Cooper Australia are expected to on Wednesday push for the suspension of Zimbabwe from the top tier of international cricket.
The England and Wales Cricket Board has announced it is suspending all ties with Zimbabwe and is cancelling Zimbabwe's tour of England next year.
Zimbabwe's cricket status is set to be discussed at next week's meeting of the International Cricket Council (ICC) in Dubai.
Sri Lanka cruised to a crushing six-wicket defeat of Zimbabwe in the first of five one-day internationals.
Daniel Brettig Cricket's custodians seem intent on maintaining their head in the sand approach to Zimbabwe, after the ICC said there was "no evidence" of impropriety.
Zimbabwe's batsmen have ruined their potential Test return by cobbling together only 67 runs in a backs-to-the-wall 31 overs against Sri Lanka on Saturday.
Jesse Hogan Ryan Harris admits he was 'ridiculously sore' in final South Africa match.
Rob Forsaith Australia's unexpected ascent to No.1 in the Test cricketing world could be completed in the coming summer.