Bukhosi Sibanda

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Bukhosi Sibanda
Bukhosi Sibanda, Zimbabwe soccer, Zimbabwean footballer
Born Bukhosi Sibanda
(1997-01-24) January 24, 1997 (age 20)
Mpilo, Bulawayo
  • Footballer
Religion Christian
Denomination Wealthy Word International church.

Bukhosi Sibanda is a Zimbabwean footballer who plays for Premier Soccer League side Bantu Rovers Football Club as an attacking midfielder.[1] His nickname is Zaku.

Background and Education

Sibanda was born on the 24th of January 1997 at Mpilo in Bulawayo.[1] His dad is an artist. He is the third born in a family of four. His other siblings are Mxolisi, Antoinette and Thabo.[1]His brother Thabo is also an aspiring footballer.[1]

Sibanda did his primary education at St Patricks Primary before proceeding to Gifford High School for his secondary education.[1] Sibanda was nurtured from the age of fourteen by former Highlanders player and Bantu Rovers' co-owner and president Methembe Ndlovu Methembe Ndlovu. [1]


He was voted player of the month for April 2017 in the Premier Soccer League.

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