Sport

Doha 2019: Sports Minister urges Ghanaian Athletes to make nation proud

Ghana’s Minister for Youth and Sports, Isaac Kwame Asiamah has urged the Ghanaian athletes participating in the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) World Championship being held in Doha to go and make the nation proud. With the World Championship starting on Friday, September 27, the Sports Minister has sent his goodwill message to the Ghanaian contingent and has tasked them to win laurels for … Continue reading Doha 2019: Sports Minister urges Ghanaian Athletes to make nation proud

Football

Al Ahly flies to Guinea for Kano Sport match

CAIRO –11 September 2019: Al Ahly’s first football team flied to Equatorial Guinea on Wednesday, in preparation for the September 14th African Cup of Nations match against Guinea’s Kano Sport. Al Ahly’s football team continued their daily training at Tetch stadium, in preparation for Equatorial Guinea’s trip, during which Al Ahly will face Kano Sport on September 14 in the first leg of the 32nd … Continue reading Al Ahly flies to Guinea for Kano Sport match

Sport

Jr. NBA Programs in Morocco, Rwanda Launch Today

The transformative power of basketball and the NBA’s mission to internationalize the sport and use it as a tool to boost third-world communities is on full display in the league’s new multi-year partnership.   The OCP Group (OCP)  a world-leader in the phosphate industry, and the NBA have joined together on a mission to expand Jr. NBA programs, teach life skills and build new basketball courts in Khouribga … Continue reading Jr. NBA Programs in Morocco, Rwanda Launch Today

Football

Adelaide’s African-Australian women are fighting barriers stopping them playing football

Football is at the heart of many African-Australian communities and increasingly young women are joining the sport. But it has taken hard work, on and off the pitch. Every year for the last five years, the African Nations Cup has been a highlight of Adelaide’s sporting calendar. Drawing players from the diaspora of more than 30 African countries, it has been a launching pad for … Continue reading Adelaide’s African-Australian women are fighting barriers stopping them playing football

Football

Carlos Kameni: Veteran Cameroon goalkeeper leaves Fenerbahce

Veteran Cameroon goalkeeper Idriss Carlos Kameni has left Turkish giants Fenerbahce. The 35-year-old joined Fenerbahce in July 2017, with a lack of opportunity resulting in just 14 appearances for the Istanbul outfit. With a year left on his deal, he has had his contract with the 19-time Turkish champions terminated by mutual consent. Kameni has been widely linked with a return to Spanish football, having previously played … Continue reading Carlos Kameni: Veteran Cameroon goalkeeper leaves Fenerbahce

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Emmanuel Adebayor moves to Turkey’s Kayserispor

Togo’s Emmanuel Adebayor has joined Turkish club Kayserispor on a one-year deal. The former Arsenal, Manchester City and Tottenham striker, 35, had been a free agent since leaving rivals Istanbul Basaksehir in the summer. “This is a league I know very well and I feel happy to be here,” said Adebayor, who scored 28 goals in 76 appearances for Basaksehir “We can only do something … Continue reading Emmanuel Adebayor moves to Turkey’s Kayserispor

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Women’s Rugby World Cup African Qualifiers: Uganda Draws 15-15 With Madagascar

Uganda woman rugby team played against the Makis of Madagascar during the 2019 Rugby Africa Women’s Cup, on Saturday, a qualifier for the 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup. In an evenly matched  game, the Lady Cranes and Madagascar played to a 15-15 stalemate. The Makis got off to a bright start against the Lady Cranes, but they failed to convert two penalties in the opening … Continue reading Women’s Rugby World Cup African Qualifiers: Uganda Draws 15-15 With Madagascar