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Manchester City renames training pitch after departing Yaya Toure

Manchester City’s departing Ivorian midfielder Yaya Toure has had a training pitch named after him. The Citizens renamed a training facility after the legend, also...

AFCON 2017: Indomitable Lions roar to fifth AFCON title at the...

Cameroon are the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations champions after they came from behind to beat record champions Egypt 2-1. The Indomitable Lions went behind...

Bodybuilders work around the clock to win Mr Tanzania prize

Bodybuilding may be uncommon in East Africa, but the Tanzania Bodybuilding Federation (TBBF) hopes its 'Mr Tanzania' event will increase the knowledge and love...

AFCON 2017: Ghana to battle Burkina Faso for third place

Wounded sides Ghana and Burkina Faso will clash today in Gabon as they seek to secure the third place after failing to reach the...

Smiling Usain Bolt wins second Rio Olympics gold medal, hopes to...

Jamaican sprint icon Usain Bolt yesterday won his second gold medal of the ongoing Rio Olympic Games, winning the men’s 200 meters in an...

Joy for Cote d’Ivoire as Cisse wins country’s first ever Olympic...

Cote d’Ivoire’s Cheick Sallah Cisse won the first ever Olympic gold medal for his country in the men’s under-80 kilograms taekwondo final, beating Great...

Arsenal to visit Uganda in 2019

English Premier League side Arsenal will visit Uganda in June 2019 after striking a deal with the country’s sports authorities. The head of the National...

Kenya wins another gold as Vivian Cheruiyot shocks Ethiopia’s Almaz Ayana...

Kenya’s duo of Vivian Cheruiyot and Hellen Obiri shocked Ethiopia’s Almaz Ayana in the women’s final 5,000 meters race to secure gold and silver...

CAF president arrested in France

Ahmad Ahmad, the current president of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) was arrested Thursday in Paris. He is being questioned in connection into the...

Arsene Wenger wrongly congratulates George Weah for winning Liberia vote

English Premier League manager Arsene Wenger wrongly congratulated Liberian presidential hopeful George Weah for winning the country’s election, even though the final results have...
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