Hamilton Masakadza's 85 helped Zimbabwe earn their first one-day international victory over Pakistan since 1998.
Bangladesh claimed a 1-1 draw in their series against Zimbabwe with a 143-run victory in the second Test in Harare.
Sean Ervine has, as expected, been included in Zimbabwe's 15-man squad for the World Cup after quitting Hampshire.
South Africa chased down a target of 169 for a seven-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the first T20I.
Hamilton Masakadza hit 178 not out as Zimbabwe completed a 4-1 series success with a 142-run victory over Kenya in the fifth ODI.
Opening batsman Hamilton Masakadza hammered a career-best 156 as Zimbabwe slammed their African neighbours Kenya by 91 runs.
Hamilton Masakadza's maiden ODI century helped Zimbabwe claim a 69-run victory over Bangladesh in Bulawayo.
Zimbabwe wrapped-up a whitewash series victory over Kenya with a seven-wicket win in the fifth and final ODI in Nairobi.
Zimbabwe claimed a 66-run win over Kenya in Nairobi on Sunday to open a 4-0 lead in the one-day series.
An inspired all-round display from Elton Chigumbura helped Zimbabwe win the opening ODI against Kenya by 109 runs.
Zimbabwe thrashed hosts Canada by 109 runs in the third place play-off at the quadrangular Twenty20 tournament in Toronto.
West Indies chased a target of 233 to win the fourth one-day international by five wickets in Zimbabwe and take an unassailable 3-1 lead in series.
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