Chenjerai Dube
BornChenjerai Dube
(1976-12-18) December 18, 1976 (age 44)
  • Footballer
EmployerZPC Kariba

Chenjerai Dube is a former Zimbabwean footballer who was born on 18 December 1976. He is a former player for Highlanders Football Club as a goalkeeper.


Chenjerai Dube was born on 18 December 1976. He started his career playing for Hwange FC.


Dube played for Hwange Football Club from 1995 to 2002. He then signed for the Bulawayo giants Highlanders Football Club in 2003 and only lasted for 2 seasons after they had signed Tapiwa Kapini. He left Highlanders in 2005 and joined across town neighbours Railstars Football Club where he scooped the player of the year award in his debut season. at the end of the 2007 season Dube crossed the borders to join the Botswana league where he signed for BMC Lobatse until 2009 and then moved to Flamengo Santos Gaborone from 2009 to 2013. In 2013 he traced his roots back to Hwange but on the technical bench of the team as the goalkeepers' coach.

Coaching career

Chenjerai Dube was part of the Hwange technical team under the leadership of Nation Dube.[1] He later o left Hwange for ZPC Kariba where he is currently working as the goalkeepers' coach.

National Team

Dube has a several caps for the Zimbabwe national team and won the COSAFA Castle Cup in 2000 and he was the man in between the goalposts.


  • Cosafa Castle Cup (2000 with the Warriors)
  • 2005 Railstars player of the year
  • Coca-Cola Cup (2009 with Flamengo Santos Football Club)

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  1. [1], Newsday, Published: July 14, 2017, Retrieved: October 11, 2019