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AFRIMA announces 2018 nominees
At the event, Martins applauded AFRIMA, saying it is “growing in scope and impact". She also saluted the jury members, who, it was said, had put in long hours to produce a worthy list of nominees. “We salute you and applaud you," she said.
Zesco in last chance saloon 17 August 2018
Zesco Unitedare in last chance saloon on Saturday when they travel toSwazilandto faceMbabane Swallowsin a penultimateGroupD match.TheZambianchampions sit bottom of Group D with a paltry two points from four games, two behind third placed Swallows.LeadersEtoiledu
Africa: Mbabane Swallows in Sink or Swim Battle
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Life and death in Botswana: How immigration status affected my HIV/AIDS patients
For eight years, Dr. Daniel Baxter, a general internist and HIV specialist from New York City, lived and worked in Botswana, a sub-Saharan country that had one of the highest rates of HIV infection in the world. Dr. Baxter assisted the country in rollout of its National HIV/AIDS Treatment Programme,
Rwanda: Cricket Team Set for ICC U19 World Cup Qualifiers in SA
By Jejje MuhindeThe national junior cricket team is set to compete at the International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup Africa Qualifier Division 2 tournament, slated for August 17-29 in South Africa.The tournament will bring together eleven African countries namely; Rwanda, Botswana, Ghana, Tanzani
Sundowns need win in Casablanca to keep destiny in their hands
It is a massive ask for the South African side, whose campaign has been derailed to an extent by an iffy point away at Guinea side Horoya, and a shock loss to pool minnows AS Togo-Port last month.
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Kenya criticises African team selection for Continental Cup
The Kenyan quartet of Jared Momanyi, Alfas Kishoyian, Aaron Koech and Emmanuel Korir won the gold medal at the African championships in Asaba, Nigeria, earlier this month, but none of the athletes were included in the African team.
IAAF Inter-continental Cup: Janet Amponsah named in Africa's team
Ghanaian sprinter, Janet Amponsah, has been selected to represent Africa at this year’s IAAF Intercontinental cup in Ostrava in the Czech Republic.
DCC wants more than 'pockets of accomplishments' in SADC
This is according to Jenny Rex, Sales Director at DCC, who said the company will immediately leverage its branch office presence in Botswana, Mozambique and Namibia, along with ongoing support for Lesotho, Malawi, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe via its team in Johannesburg.
Africa: CAF Champions League Enters Penultimate Phase
By Savious KwinikaJohannesburg — A match pitting the winners of the last two editions of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Champions League will be the highlight of the competition as the group stages reach the penultimate stage.Current holders, Wydad Athletic Club of Morocco, will host 20
Zimbabwe: ED Chosen By God - Cleric
By Michael MagorongaBulawayo — Churches in Zimbabwe should continue praying for President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was chosen by God to lead the people of Zimbabwe.This was said by leader of the Apostolic Faith Church of Portland Oregon in Southern Africa, Reverend Richard Sibanda, during a crusaders
S’Africa, Nigeria Dominate CAA’s Squad For IAAF Cup - :::...The Tide News Online:::...
The 21st African Senior Championships held in Asaba, Delta, from August 1 to August 5 was used to select the African team to the Continental Cup.
Twilight of South African gold mining fuels job crisis
Evander (South Africa) (AFP) - About 100 miners dressed in high-visibility workwear, balaclavas, gloves and boots line up against a shipping container that serves as a makeshift office at the Evander gold mine.
CAA selects 77 athletes for IAAF Continental Cup -As Okagbare leads 15 athletes from Nigeria
Confederation of African Athletics, CAA has selected 77 athletes to represent Africa at the 2018 International Association of Athletics Federations, IAAF Continental Cup,
Ecobank Report Finds Significant Presence of Crypto in 36 African Countries
Ecobank Report Finds Significant Presence of Crypto in 36 African Countries –A report published by the pan-African bank, Ecobank Transnational Inc., has found that despite cryptocurrencies exerting a notable presence in each of the 36 African countries in which the company operates, only South Afric
Angola: Speaker of National Assembly Travels to Namibia
Luanda — The Speaker of the National Assembly (AN), Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos, left Sunday Luanda for the city of Windhoek (Namibia), where he will participate in the 38th Summit of Heads of State of SADC, as leader of the Community Parliamentary Forum.
CAA lists 77 athletes for IAAF Continental Cup in Ostrava | MAKING OF CHAMPIONS
The Confederation of African Athletics (CAA) has named77 athletes on its team to the 2018 IAAF Continental Cupscheduled to hold in Ostrava, Czech Republic, from September 8 to 9.
Inside Namibia's HIV success story
AMSTERDAM — Facing one of the highest HIV prevalence rates in the world, Namibia has become the first country in Africa to have more than three-quarters of its HIV-affected population virally suppressed — and insiders are crediting political commitment, good data, and community-centered HIV programs
Africa Rising - Study Reveals that 36 Countries Have a Significant Cryptocurrency Presence
The African nations, central banks, and also politicians have taken an approach of “wait and see” for digital assets’ regulation. This is the same stance that governments have adopted all over the world, per Ecobank and its report findings.