CS Sfaxien vs Orlando Pirates photo-album

CS Sfaxien vs Orlando Pirates photo-album

South Africa's last surviving team at the contiental level, Orlando Pirates, are now one step closer to qualifying to the Orange CAF Confederation Cup quarter-final after a 1-0 ...

Namibian President leads land servicing campaign

Namibian President leads land servicing campaign

Namibia's President Hage Geingob has on Monday visited several areas in the nation's capital Windhoek to inspect the available land where the servicing of residential plots will ...

Football – Tottenham expect tough test from MLS All-Stars

Football – Tottenham expect tough test from MLS All-Stars

Tottenham launch their final preparations for the fast-approaching English Premier League season on Wednesday when they take on a Major League Soccer All-Stars side featuring former ...

Kobe Bryant As Small Forward  “I can do that,”

Kobe Bryant As Small Forward “I can do that,”

Kobe on possibly playing small forward this season Laker trainer Gary Vitti talked to Kobe about moving to small forward to make room for the backcourt kids. "I can do that," Kobe ...

Media rights group calls for release of detained Gambian journalist

Media rights group calls for release of detained Gambian journalist

The PEN Africa Network (PAN), a branch of PEN International has protested against the continued holding in secret confinement of Gambian radio journalist, Alagie Abdoulie Cessay. ...

Mozambique PM urges priority for research in educational institutions

Mozambique PM urges priority for research in educational institutions

Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosario of Mozambique has urged all institutions of higher education to prioritise research and extension, the weekly Sunday newspaper Domingo has ...

Jailed Ghanaian-born ‘rogue trader’ released, barred from working in finance

Jailed Ghanaian-born ‘rogue trader’ released, barred from working in finance

A 35-year-old Ghanaian man – jailed for seven years in the United Kingdom for gambling away over $2 billion, has been released; and was told he will [no longer ]work in a financial ...

CS Sfaxien vs Orlando Pirates photo-album

South Africa's last surviving team at the contiental level, Orlando Pirates, are now one step closer to qualifying to the Orange CAF Confederation Cup quarter-final after a 1-0 victory over their Tunisian hosts, CS Sfaxien, on Sunday July 26th. Relive this match in photos: [gallery  more...

28 July 2015 at 9:22 am UTC

Press focuses on increase in external debt, gas reserves, drop in external trade

The increase in Nigeria's external debt, the estimated gas reserves and the decline in external trade are some of the stories in Nigerian newspapers on Tuesday. The Vanguard newspaper reported that Nigeria's external debt stock as at second quarter 2015 stood at about $10.3 billion, up by 10 percent over  more...

July 28, 2015 at 8:49 am UTC

Botswana artist wins award in Europe

Young Motswana artiste Lorraine Lionheart flew the Botswana flag internationally when she won the African Women Living in Europe Award in the best Music Artist and Entertainer category, Yarona FM radio station reported here on Friday.Lionheart, who now lives in the United Kingdom, said she was not expecting  more...

June 26, 2015 at 1:52 pm UTC

Kobe Bryant As Small Forward “I can do that,”

Kobe on possibly playing small forward this season Laker trainer Gary Vitti talked to Kobe about moving to small forward to make room for the backcourt kids. "I can do that," Kobe said. From a Los Angeles Times profile on the retiring Lakers' head trainer Gary Vitti: Vitti is often an emissary between  more...

28 July 2015 at 3:11 am UTC

Mozambique PM urges priority for research in educational institutions

Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosario of Mozambique has urged all institutions of higher education to prioritise research and extension, the weekly Sunday newspaper Domingo has reported. The newspaper quotes Do Rosario telling the 296 students who have completed their courses at the Gaza Higher  more...

26 July 2015 at 8:07 am UTC

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