Zimbabwe cricketers not giving up after ICC suspension

Country's national team is fighting to stay alive after International Cricket Council suspends its cricket board because of alleged government interference.

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    Zimbabwe cricketers say they are willing to play for free in an effort to keep the sport alive in the country.

    The International Cricket Council has suspended the nation's cricket board because of government interference, denying it much-needed funding.

    The current suspension is the latest setback for the men's and women's game.

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Harare.


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