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African Basketball: The African Championship of Nations begins

The African Championship of  Nations known as "AfroBasket" since 2005 is the flagship competition of the International Basketball Federation’s African Regional Office.  The biggest basketball tournament is under way in Tunisia, after a venue change...

IAAF elections:Kenya’s Kiplagat loses as Cameroon’s Malboum wins VP post

  The just concluded IAAF elections saw changes at the council where long serving Kenya athletics chairman Isaiah Kiplagat exiting the IAAF. The long serving president of Kenyan athletics lost his bid for the vice presidential...

Sebastian Coe elected as new IAAF president

Double Olympic champion, Sebastian Coe of Great Britain, has been elected as the new president of the Governing body for world athletics.  Coe takes over immediately as the former boss, Lamine Diack stepped down...

Namibia beats Zimbabwe 80-6 to lift win Africa rugby cup division 1a trophy

Namibia made a strong statement of intent as they thrashed Zimbabwe 80-6 to win the Africa Rugby Cup Division 1A trophy in Windhoek, as CCTV's Farai Mwakutuya reports https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbCmF0AmxAI

Brazzaville in race against time to host all-Africa games

Friday marks exactly three weeks until the start of the 11th edition of the All-Africa Games to be held in the Republic of Congo capital, Brazzaville. Organizers and local authorities have been running against...

Bleeding Freely at the London marathon

Kiran Gandhi is making headlines for an inspiring, empowering reason. She not only crossed the finish line at the London Marathon, but she also did it after making a bold choice: to run while...

Kenyan athletes, IAAF dismiss doping allegations

Kenyan athletes have voiced their concerns over the new doping allegations levied against them, saying it is hurting their reputation. At the same time, the world athletics governing body, the IAAF, has termed the...

Morocco: National football coach Ezzaki aims to grow boxing in the country

African football fans may recognize the name Badou Ezzaki from his days as former Morocco national team goalkeeper.   Since his retirement, the 56-year old has since moved on to become manager of the...

IAAF president says doping allegations are laughable

The athletics world governing body President Lamine Diack has dismissed as laughable suggestion that infighting within IAAF has hampered the war against doping in athletics. The IAAF President was reacting to reports of suspected widespread...

Tergat: Kenya is addressing doping but more needs to be done

Kenya faces new doping allegations following the release of a new documentary. The country was rocked this year when marathon star Rita Jeptoo was banned for two years after being caught doping with the...