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Mighty Warriors coach ‘Shadreck Mlauzi’ cleared of all counts of s#xual assault

There were allegations against Mlauzi of indecently attacking a technical staff member who was female.

Following the team’s return from the COSAFA Women’s Championship in South Africa, the accuser reported the matter to the Zimbabwe Republic Police.

According to a complaint filed with the police, the first incident happened at the pre-tournament camp in Harare when the coach attempted to kiss her without her consent, but she resisted.

The accuser filed a complaint with the COSAFA Safeguarding Officer after the following occurrences occurred in South Africa during the tournament, which resulted in Mlauzi’s ban for the next game.

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The coach was subsequently arrested om his return to Zimbabwe after the tournament before granted a bailout.

Following a marathon trial, Mlauzi has been found not guilty of an sexual offence he was facing.

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