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Ethiopia begins preparations for the 2015 World Athletics Championships

Countless Ethiopian long distance runners and marathon stars have started their journey to conquer the world at Ethiopia's national stadium. They can be found...

Africa Zone VI Golf Championships

Uganda and South Africa are tied in first place after the opening round of the Africa Zone VI Golf Championships The regional event attracted nine...

North Africans dominate Africa Junior Tennis Championships

The Under 18 African tennis Championship in Egypt is over. There was a clear dominance of Arab countries in the finals of all categories....

Floyd Mayweather Jr. holds public workout ahead of showdown

  With less than three weeks to go before the highly anticipated bout between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao the American opened up his...

Football Legend Steve ‘Kalamazoo’ Mokone laid to rest

Tributes have been paid to Steve 'Kalamazoo' Mokone. The football legend was the first black player from South Africa to play in Europe. The...

Young South Africans learning cycling and life skills in Cape Town

Cape Town's Khayelitsha Township may not be the first place that comes to mind, when you think of the home of some of South...

Ashour wins El Gouna Squash open

Ramy Ashour has won the El Gouna Squash open on Friday. Ashour was facing fellow Egyptian and World Champion Mohamed El Shourbagy. It was...

Morocco’s Rachid el Morabity retains desert marathon title

Moroccan Rachid el Morabity retained his Marathon des Sables title on home soil on Friday, with Elisabet Barnes of Sweden winning the women's crown....

Daren Wendell runs 100 Marathons in 100 Days

Daren Wendell completed his long distance run on Friday amid cheers from family and fans, in New York City's Times Square Having run 100...

FIFA president Sepp Blatter calls on tougher punishments for racism

FIFA president Sepp Blatter has called for tougher punishment for teams and associations found guilty of racism and discrimination and said monetary sanctions had become increasingly...
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