Referees from Zimbabwe

Norman Matemera
Intl. since: 2010
Hometown: Gweru
This policeman failed the FIFA fitness test in August 2009 but managed to get a second chance in Zambia were he showed himself fit enough to join the FIFA panel.
Felix Tangawarima
Intl. since: 1988
Hometown: Harare
One of the better known referees from Africa, and maybe the best referee Zimbabwe ever had, Felix Tangawarima took charge of a lot of matches, two matches were in the Olympic Games
Ruzive Ruzive
Intl. since: 2010
Hometown: Harare
This is the coming man from Zimbabwe. FIFA ref since 2010 and already active in WC qualifiers and AFC Confederations Cup, but not yet good enough (apparently) for the 2012 Cup of N
Kenias Marange
Intl. since: 1998
Hometown: Mutare
Kenias is often referred to as Kenny and Kenny was crowned Zimbabwe Referee of the Year in 2003, 2006 and 2007.
Thabani Bamala
Intl. since: 2011
Hometown: Kwekwe, Mashonaland East
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Nomore Murambiwa Musundire
Intl. since: 2016
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Pilan Ncube
Intl. since: 2016
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Tabani Mnkantjo
Intl. since: 2002
Hometown: Bulawayo
Zimbabwean referee of the year 2009, who in 2009 at 44 during a FIFA fitness test outran all the other Zimbabwe referees and was one of two (Ruzive Ruzive was the other one) who ac
Joseph Mususa
Intl. since:
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Joseph Mususa retired from international football in 2005 when he turned 45. He is now a fitness instructor
Wilfred Mukuna
Intl. since: 1988
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Between 1988 and 2001 Wilfred Mukuna has officiated over 65 international games. He won Zimbabwe referee of the year twice in 1988 and 1990 and was runner up six times. Now he is a
Christopher Manuel
Intl. since: 2003
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Christopher Manuel failed a FIFA organized test August 2009. That or the fact that he was already 41 could be the reason why he was taken off the list for 2010. (In fact Norman Mat
John Nkathazo
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An important FIFA referee from the late 1980s, Nkathazo took charge of World Cup qualifiers. In 2006 he failed to get elected chairman of the Zimbabwe FA.
Frank Valdemarca
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Hometown: Salisbury / Harare
As a reaction to the scandal in South Africa, Valdemarca wrote he also was asked to throw a match, but only once (the club chairman responsible was banned for 5 years). He said tha
Kizito Ndoro
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Kizito Ndoro retired in 2003. He was a fourth referee in a few world cup qualifiers and the central ref for COSAFA Cups.
Anthony Mandiwanza
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After Mandiwanza damaged four cars with his Range Rover in a crash on Samora Machel Avenuein(!) in Harare, December 2011, he offered to buy all victims a new car. According to witn
Gerald Gwatidzo
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FIFA referee in the early 1990s
Felix Sanyika
Intl. since: 1980
Hometown: Salisbury / Harare
One of the first international referees from Zimbabwe, Felix Sanyika, died in 2003.
Godfrey Kandawasvika
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A FIFA referee from the late 1980s.
Lovemore Marange
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Marange added 10 minutes to the 1999 Cosefa Cup match between Botswana and Sout-Africa. No one understood why apparently there was no reason to do so.
Tendayi Bwanya
Intl. since: 2003
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Tendayi Bwanya failed a FIFA organized fitness test August 2009 which may or may not be the reason why he had to retire a year before he reached the retirement age of 45.
Brighton Chimene
Intl. since: 2019
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