The government today started renovating National Sports Stadium following CAF’s decision to ban all stadiums in Zimbabwe after they said they don’t conform to international standards, The Herald reports.
According to the publication:
The Herald visited the National Sports Stadium this afternoon and witnessed workmen attending to the playing turf, which is one of the major areas recommended for upgrading by the CAF inspectors last November.
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Media tribunes, turnstiles, sitting bays, doping rooms as well as ablution facilities will also be attended to.
Meanwhile, the Warriors’ game against Algeria will be played in South Africa following the Zimbabwe Stadia ban.
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The National Sports Stadium which is located in the "Sunshine City" Harare is Zimbabwe's biggest stadium. The Stadium was constructed with the aid of the Chinese government in 1987 and has a carrying capacity of 60 000. It is located 7 km west of Harare's... Read More About National Sports Stadium