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Murwira Discharged From Hospital After Successful Operation

Versatile utility player Godknows Murwira underwent a successful operation of his troublesome knee at a local hospital and was discharged yesterday.


The developments will certainly cheer the Dynamos family as the club went out of its way to fund the whole process

Murwira, who injured his knee late last year before the injury worsened during pre-season, went under the knife on Friday and will now need between six to eight weeks to fully recover.

The 26-year-old on-loan Murwira had been ruled out for the first half of the 2020 Premiership season.

However, the beginning of the competition was shelved due to the coronavirus and chances are now high the midfielder will be fit by the time the league kicks off.

ZIFA have set August/September as tentative kick-off dates.

With Murwira now on the path to recovery, the Harare giants’ camp was in high spirits yesterday.

“We are glad to announce that our player Godknows Murwira has been released from hospital after undergoing a successful knee operation,” Dynamos spokesperson Tinashe Farawo said yesterday

“The doctors are saying it will take at least six weeks for him to recover and we are hoping for the best.”

The Dynamos Executive led by banker Isaiah Mupfurutsa have brought a wholesome professional touch to the Harare giants, previously notorious for neglecting injured players.

A few days ago, Mupfurutsa had promised that they had booked Murwira for a knee operation at a local hospital.

True to their word, the process has been done.

Only recently, the club took full responsiblity for captain Partson Jaure’s medical expenses after he was injured in a road accident in March.

EDITORIAL : Ndiraya Needs To Make A Bold Decision On Jaure

DYNAMOS Football club coach Tonderai Ndiraya faces a mental battle in the next three days as he ponders on the future of hospitalised captain Partson Jaure** in his squad for the first half of the 2020 season, at least.


As revealed last week in Avondale, Dynamos currently has 26 senior players and 4 juniors earmarked for registration at the Premier Soccer League offices (see list below).

Already, striker Nigel Katawa was missing from the list that Dembare revealed to the public at the Sales and Marketing function, with reports suggesting that he is set to join a top-flight club in Russia soon.

But the Premier Soccer League requires that all top-flight clubs register a maximum of 30 players inclusive of 25 senior players and 5 U20 players, meaning that Ndiraya still needs to strike off at least one more player from his senior players’ list to comply with the required number.

Utility player Godknows Murwira** appeared on the list though Dynamos has already decided against registering him for the first half of the season as he is battling a knee injury that he sustained during his time at Ngezi Platinum Stars.

Murwira has been a notable absence from the Dynamos’ pre-season training sessions including bonding sessions and the Dynamos technical team has decided to give him some bit of time to fully recover.

Murwira is an FC Platinum player who joined Dembare in July last season on a one-year loan and Dembare decided against risking the player for the final six months of the loan deal.

So as things stand, Dynamos’ senior players list has a full complement of 25 players, inclusive of the bed-ridden Jaure.

Jaure was involved in a nasty road accident early on Sunday morning near Prince Edward School and was rushed to Parirenyatwa with suspected serious head injuries.

Team Doctor Musara recently revealed that Jaure suffered a tear of the skull and sources last night say he was set to be sent for an operation of the head.

Dynamos chairman Isaiah Mupfurutsa, though diplomatic, hinted that the player will most certainly be away from the field for a “considerable” amount of time.

“Look, we are constantly getting feedback and guidance from the doctors. There was talk about going to the theatre but that decision ultimately rests with the Jaure family.

‘What we know, as a club right now is that our captain may not be ready to play again in some considerable amount of time.

“However, as Dynamos Football Club, we continue to stand by his side, footing all the bills and hoping he will get better soonest and back on to the field of play,” he told the media at Parirenyatwa last night.

Therein lies Ndiraya’s predicament – does he keep his captain on the list knowing he may not return to the field soon, but doing it all out of goodwill for a helpless victim?

Or does he go the radical way and omit him from the final list and sign a potential replacement for now, and possibly retain him in the second half of the season, that is if he recovers fully? This obviously with possible consequences of the wrath of sympathisers who will accuse Ndiraya of the proverbial ‘hitting a man when he is down’?

Clubs have an option to register less than 25 seniors and possibly use up the vacant slots when signing unattached players in the course of the season.

Ndiraya will, however, not face any problem with his juniors’ list as he may choose to keep his four rookies as they are, or to add one more.

With the PSL first transfer window set to close at midnight next Tuesday, it will be of great interest to fans, media and observers whether Ndiraya will keep Jaure on his list or he may provisionally leave him out to sign another player.

The local football season, just like all other leagues across the world, are currently in limbo due to the Coronavirus pandemic, and a plus for Jaure is that the 2020 season is not pencilled to begin any time soon. The more the season gets delayed, the more days and chances he gets to recover and increase his chances of a return to the field.

We believe Ndiraya should bite the bullet and leave out Jaure, at least for the first half of the season. This may not be a popular choice, but very necessary given the circumstances.

We also urge Ndiraya to leave out rookie Jinja Tanyaradzwa**, the fourth goalkeeper on the list, and get two more good outfield youngsters from our lower division team, that are competent enough to add firepower to the team when needed.

Its not a good time to be in Ndiraya’s shoes right now. But great coaches have been known to have made bold decisions at some points in their career, and reaped rich rewards eventually from thence.


1. Appiah Sylvetser
2. Chidhobha Tanaka
3. Chinani Simbarashe
4. Chisi Tawanda
5. Chiunye Tinotenda
6. Dhemere Kudzanai
7. Diya Munyaradzi
8. Eonde Albert
9. Jalai Emmanuel
10. Jaure Partson**
11. Madzokere Byron
12. Maliselo Ali Joseph
13. Manenji Albert
14. Mangala Ngandu
15. Mawadza Munyaradzi
16. Mawarire Takunda
17. Mhlanga Nkosilathi
18. Muringai Tinotenda
19. Murwira Godknows**
20. Mushunje Barnabas
21. Mutsetse Lennox
22. Mutudza Juansmith
23. Mvula Tymon
24. Nadolo King
25. Selemani Jarrison
26. Temwanjira David

26. Jinja Tanyaradzwa**
27. Magwaza Tendaishe
28. Musandurwa Panashe
29. Rateiwa Kelvin

“Jaure Out Of Danger” : Dynamos Team Doctor

PARTSON JAURE has not sustained spinal injuries nor broken limbs from the road accident early on Sunday morning.


This has been revealed by the Dynamos Football Club Team Doctor Robert Musara while giving an update on the extent of injuries suffered by the Dembare captain who is admitted at Parirenyatwa Hospital.

There were fears about the severity of his injuries but the defender was only diagnosed with a depressed skull after a full CT scan yesterday.

Dr Musara gave more details on Jaure’s injuries;

“Partson is out of danger. CT scans have been done and they revealed a depressed skull fracture but the good thing is that there is no internal haemorrhage, there is no internal bleeding which is a positive thing to start with.

“X-rays have also been done and there are no cracks on his spine and it’s again an encouraging thing.

“Gradually, he is regaining consciousness and we expect more positive developments as from Monday since the doctors are busy attending to him.

“The skull fracture is not as serious as previously feared.

“It might take a bit of time for him to recover but it’s something that we expect he will eventually overcome.

“We hope for the best and we will hear more from the doctors that are attending to him,” said Musara.


DYNAMOS Football Club would like to inform the family of Dynamos that our captain for the 2020 season Partson Jaure was involved in a car accident early morning today and sustained head injuries.


He is currently detained at Parirenyatwa Hospital where he is receiving specialist medical care in a private ward.

He sustained a head injury when he was involved in a car crash whilst driving home.

His condition is stable, he’s not on oxygen but not yet fully awake.

He will be assessed by a neurosurgeon to see the extent of the injury but he’s out of danger.

Isaiah Mupfurutsa


(For and on behalf of Dynamos Football Club)

Jaure Injured In Road Accident

DYNAMOS Football Club Captain Partson Jaure has been seriously injured in a road traffic accident early this morning in Harare.


Jaure was driving when the accident occured near Prince Edward School.

He is believed to have been driving when his car veered off the road and hit a tree on the side of the road.

Jaure was trapped in the driver’s seat and bled profusely mainly from the upper body and was later extricated by eye-witnesses.

He was immediately rushed to Parirenyatwa Hospital where he is admitted.

His condition could not be immediately ascertained as doctors were attending to him.

Only this past Thursday, Jaure addressed guests at the Dynamos-Gold Leaf sales function in Avondale.

Yesterday, Jaure was at Callies Sports Club watching his teammates play a friendly against Simba Bhora.

Prominent Dynamos fan Alvin Aluvah Zhakata led with a message of goodwill to the Captain in an early morning Tweet, “Zim Warriors defender 7 Dynamos Captain #PartsonJaure was badly injured in an accident in the early hours of today. Hope that this accident doesnt get him down for a very long time. Get well soon champ”

StarFM broadcaster Steve Vickers confirmed the accident on his Sunday Morning Breakfast Show.


Jaure Handed Dembare Armband

DEFENDER Partson Jaure has been appointed substantive captain of the Glamour Boys for the upcoming PSL season.


Coach Tonderai Ndiraya revealed his choice this morning saying Jaure is a figure of influence who will rally the players on the field of play and help connect with the club management and fans.

He will be deputised by Kudzanai Dhemere.

Kudzi Dhemere

Jaure was born on 8 July 1990 and has risen through the Dynamos FC junior ranks to the senior team, though he had brief stints at lower division sides AMC and LaLiga.

Jaure made his breakthrough into the senior team in 2010 where he would partner either Guthrie Zhokinyi or George Magariro in central defence.

He commanded a regular place in the Dembare senior team for 4 seasons and won 6 trophies including 3 successive league titles.

His strong perfomances attracted the interest of SA side University Of Pretoria who snapped him in 2014.

He made 24 league appearances in both his first and his second seasons with the club, including scoring a goal in November 2014 versus Moroka Swallows.

At the end of his second season with Tuks, the club was relegated via the 2015-16 play-offs and Jaure was subsequently released at the end of the season.

Upon his return from South Africa, Partson Jaure joined Ngezi Platinum Stars Football Club under Tonderai Ndiraya and later on crossed the Zambezi to join Zambian top-flight club Buildcon where he did not last for long after his contract was terminated on mutual agreement.

He came back to Zimbabwe and signed for newly promoted PSL outfit Manica Diamonds where he played last season before retracing his roots to Dembare in the off-season.

Jaure’s debut for Zimbabwe came in a 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Egypt on 26 March 2013.

He made a total of three appearances in Zimbabwe’s unsuccessful World Cup qualifying campaign.

In January 2014, coach Ian Gorowa called him into the Zimbabwe squad for the 2014 African Nations Championships (CHAN).

He helped the team to a fourth-place finish after being defeated by Nigeria by a goal to nil.

He made a total of six appearances in the competition.

Ndiraya will certainly have headaches on where to deploy Jaure this season, especially considering the duo of Ghanaian Stephen Appiah and Byron Madzokere seem to have already hit a telepathic understanding in central defence in the preparatory matches played so far.

Logarusic Names Warriors CHAN Squad

Zimbabwe Warriors coach Zdravko Logarusic has named a 28-member provisional squad for the 2020 African Nations Championship tournament to be held in Cameroon from April 4–25.

Zimbabwe is in group A with hosts Cameroon, Mali and Burkina Faso for the CHAN tournament which is reserved for players plying their trade in their domestic leagues across Africa

Three Dynamos FC players Simba Chinani, Partson Jaure and Juan Mutudza have made the list.


Chadya Nelson (Ngezi Platinum Stars)

Chinani Simbarashe (Dynamos FC)

Shumba Talbert (Triangle Utd)

Sibanda Ariel (Highlanders)


Amini Qadr (Ngezi Platinum Stars)

Chakoroma Liberty (Chicken Inn)

Jaure Partson (Dynamos FC)

Muduviwa Raphael (FC Platinum)

Muduwa Peter (Highlanders)

Mukarati Frank (Ngezi Platinum Stars)

Ndlovu Xolani (Chicken Inn)

Nekati Ian (Chicken Inn)


Phenias Bamusi (Caps Utd)

Devon Chafa (Ngezi Platinum Stars)

Kelvin Chibunyu (Cranborne Bullets)

Valentine Kadonzvo (Chicken Inn)

Kelvin Madzongwe (FC Platinum)

William Manondo (Harare City)

Trevor Mavhunga (Triangle Utd)

Moses Muchenje (Harare City)

Marlon Mushonga (Ngezi Platinum Stars)

Juan Mutudza (Dynamos FC)

King Nadolo (Dynamos FC)

Wellington Taderera (Ngezi Platinum Stars)

Ishmael Wadi (Caps Utd)


Obriel Chirinda (Chicken Inn)

Prince Dube (Highlanders)

Stanley Ngala (FC Platinum)


New-Look Dembare Excites Jaure


DYNAMOS defender Partson Jaure is excited with the display of vigour by the new-look side ahead of the start of the 2020 season and has compared it to that of the all-conquering squad that swept four Castle Lager Premier Soccer League titles in a row between 2011 and 2014.

Jaure (30), was a key member of that squad coached by Kalisto Pasuwa in what was a major milestone for the Harare football giants.

His impressive performances saw him signing for South African Premiership side, Pretoria University, where he played for some years before returning home to play for Ngezi Platinum Stars and Manica Diamonds.

The defender – the most experienced member of the current squad has, however, re-joined the Glamour Boys ahead of the forthcoming term and has been impressed by the way the new players have applied themselves thus far.

“I think we have a great group of players who have got the hunger to win trophies. They are enthusiastic and working hard at training,” Jaure said.

“We have a great team that has got great potential to achieve success. It reminds me of the team we had during those years when we won the championship four times in a row.

If we continue to work hard and play more practice games, we can return to those great heights again,” he added.

The Dynamos captain-elect said they had a strong squad which was balanced and hoped they could finally win the league title after enduring frustration of living in the shadows of FC Platinum, who have dominated the domestic soccer scene in the past three years

The Harare football giants have been very active during the transfer window in which they signed several stars, including former TelOne and 2019 Soccer Star of the Year finalist King Nadolo.

Some of the stars that have joined are Jeansmith Mutudza, Sylvester Appiah, Byron Madzokere, David Temwanjira, Barnabas Mushunje, Nkosi Mhlanga, Tanaka Chidhobha, Lennox Mutsetse, Tinotenda Chiunye and goalkeeper Tymon Mvula among others

Last season, Dynamos finished a distant eighth on the final league standings. The club hierarchy, however, said they were rebuilding the side and had reconstructed a side that could win honours.

Jaure Injured In Brawl

When Dynamos regrouped for training on Monday at Hellenic Sports Club, one notable absentee from the field of play was returning Glamour Boy Partson Jaure.

Jaure is making a return to Dynamos after a sojourn that took him to University Of Pretoria in South Africa, Ngezi Platinum and most recently Manica Diamonds.

Though Jaure was present at Hellenic, he sat out the whole duration of the session as other players shed off the off-season blues on the turf. The official line was that he was yet to recover from an injury sustained during his time at Manica.

But it did not escape the attention of observers that the Warriors defender had a slightly swollen face with a small bandage strip just above his left eye.

It has since emerged that the Warriors defender was injured in a brawl at a Harare leisure spot recently.

Jaure, who is a strong favourite to be handed the Captain’s armband this season, is believed to have been involved in a fist-fight with another reveler over a woman and sustained a head injury.

The extent of the injury is yet to be revealed but this misshap will surely not go down well with Coach Tonderayi Ndiraya who is banking on senior players like Jaure to lead his 2020 revolution at Chazunguza.

Jaure speaks on DeMbare return

Partson Jaure on his return to Dembare:

“I am excited to be back at Dynamos. This is my team that I played for since I was in high school all the way up to winning league titles, which is why I am happy to be back. I am looking forward to helping the team get back to the top and make our fans happy in each and every match like the old days.

Tonderai Ndiraya is my coach. We worked together so he obviously influenced the club to approach me and ask me to come help the team reclaim its glory and it was an easy decision for me. I am excited to work with him again.

I want to achieve big things with the team. In Zimbabwe, we have the Chibuku Super Cup and the league so we are going to work hard to win something this season. We want to do it for our supporters and bring them back to the team in their numbers.

What makes me happier is the fact that I do what I love for a living, a privilege which many people do not have. I am also happy with what I have achieved in my career, but football people never get enough. They want to keep winning as long as they play and it’s the same with me, I want to keep winning things for as long as I play football.

I recently helped the Warriors qualify for the CHAN finals set for Cameroon in April. I am looking forward to achieving something there or at least go beyond the group stages”

Jaure is tipped to become the new Dembare captain.