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Zambia - success story 2012

Oddly enough, both teams do not at all shine with a large number of continental titles
By Newsday May. 30, 2023

Cartoon: Mnangagwa leaves for the food summit in Senegal

Cartoon: Mnangagwa leaves for the food summit in Senegal
By The Watcher Jan. 26, 2023

Inside sport: Does Messi compare to Maradona?

SO, the World Cup is over for another four years and Argentina are the world champions and deservedly so.
By Michael Kariati Dec. 25, 2022

Senegal MPs detained for hitting female colleague

It follows the chaos that erupted during a budget debate in parliament, in scenes that were televised.
By BBC News Dec. 16, 2022

Adopt new products to curb tobacco-related deaths, African govts told

The experts revealed that all forms of tobacco were harmful where cigarette smoking is the most common form of tobacco use worldwide.
By Desmond Chingarande Dec. 12, 2022

Senegal and Netherlands progress to World Cup knockout stages

 It hasn’t been an easy campaign for Senegal following injuries to Sadio Mane ahead of the tournament and Cheikhou Kouyaté during the first game
By CNN Nov. 29, 2022

The Soccer Whiz: Qatar World Cup journal

Shocks and surprises, twists and turns, interest and intrigue, ebbs and flows, VAR and often VARLESS, stars and even a few stripes and loads and loads of injury time!!
By Zak Hawa Nov. 27, 2022

Can an African team win the World Cup?

An African team must win the World Cup in the near future.
By Matthew Andrews Nov. 19, 2022

Brito tips Brazil, Portugal for World Cup

The Highlanders’ gaffer will be watching the World Cup from the comfort of his home in Portugal as he leaves the country on Thursday together with his assistant and countryman Antonio Torres.
By Fortune Mbele Nov. 16, 2022