Difference between revisions of "White City Stadium"

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==Incidents at White City Stadium==
 
==Incidents at White City Stadium==
In June 2018, a bomb blast went off during President [[Emmerson Mnangagwa]]'s rally. As the president left the stage after the [[Zanu-PF]] election campaign rally, there was a sudden explosion. Mnangagwa himself was not hurt
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In June 2018, [[Emmerson Mnangagwa Bulawayo Assassination Attempt | a bomb blast went off]] during President [[Emmerson Mnangagwa]]'s rally. As the president left the stage after the [[Zanu-PF]] election campaign rally, there was a sudden explosion. Mnangagwa himself was not hurt but several people and senior Zanu-PF leaders were, including, [[Marry Chiwenga]] and [[Kembo Mohadi]].
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'''[[Emmerson Mnangagwa Bulawayo Assassination Attempt | Read full article here]]'''.
  
 
==Other Stadiums in Bulawayo==
 
==Other Stadiums in Bulawayo==

Revision as of 13:58, 24 June 2018

White City Stadium is a sports stadium located in Bulawayo. It has a carrying capacity of 15,000. The stadium has been a venue for major national and regional sports tournaments. It has also been the home stadium for Bulawayo football teams such as Tsholotsho Football Club.


Pictures

White City Stadium Undergoing Refurbishment in 2014
Part of a crowd which attending Independence celebrations at White City Stadium in Bulawayo (Picture by Eliah Saushoma)


Incidents at White City Stadium

In June 2018, a bomb blast went off during President Emmerson Mnangagwa's rally. As the president left the stage after the Zanu-PF election campaign rally, there was a sudden explosion. Mnangagwa himself was not hurt but several people and senior Zanu-PF leaders were, including, Marry Chiwenga and Kembo Mohadi.

Read full article here.

Other Stadiums in Bulawayo


References