A brand in desperate need of a kiss of life

Zebras fans in full voice. PIC: KEOAGILE BONANG
Zebras fans in full voice. PIC: KEOAGILE BONANG

The Zebras made another inaudible departure for an international assignment as they flew out to Harare on Wednesday to launch another attempt to what is proving an elusive second Africa Cup of Nations finals appearance. The forgotten, and fading brand urgently needs a defibrillator, argues Staff Writer, MQONDISI DUBE

In the winter of 2010, the Zebras quietly slipped out, destined for far flung Tunisia, for a mammoth task against the North Africans.

Amid the nation’s disinterest, Stanley Tshosane’s charges produced a stunner to shock the hosts 1-0 victory and returned home heroes, after departing as no-hopers.

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