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  • South African Starlet Luther Singh Given Chance To Shine With Bafana

    Talented South African youngster Luther Singh in action. Photo: Kickoff By Peter Pedroncelli, 7:06 am

    South African 19-year-old Luther Singh has been given a chance to shine for his national team after receiving a call-up to represent Bafana Bafana in upcoming friendly international matches this month. Singh, a star player with the under-20 side that reached the semi-finals of the U20 Africa Cup of Nations in Zambia earlier this month, has been drafted into a 25-man squad for games against Angola and Guinea Bissau. The teenager ended the tournament as the top scorer with four goals for Amajita, helping them to a fourth-place finish in Zambia.

  • Senegal Take Command Of Group B At The 2017 Africa Cup Of Nations

    2017 Africa Cup of Nations By Peter Pedroncelli, 2:05 am AFKI Original

    With four games played thus far at the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, Senegal was the only side to secure a win and take command of Group B thanks to their three-point haul. The opening day of matches in Gabon saw two draws, with the hosts stumbling to a 1-1 stalemate against tournament newbies Guinea Bissau, while Cameroon and Burkina Faso managed the same scoreline in the late match on Saturday.

  • 8 African Teams That Have Secured 2017 AFCON Qualification

    2017 AFCON Qualification By Peter Pedroncelli, 6:44 am AFKI Original

    The 2017 AFCON qualification matches took place over the course of the past weekend, with a number of national teams securing their places at the Africa Cup of Nations ahead of the final qualifying matchday. The tournament is set to take place in Gabon at the beginning of next year, so the Panthers are assured of qualification as hosts, but for the rest of the continent, the qualification phase has been crucial.

  • 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Guinea-Bissau’s Independence

    By Becca Blond, 1:20 pm AFKI Original

    Then in 2005 the ousted “original” president, Joao Bernardo ‘Nino’ Viera was re-elected president after promising to pursue economic development and national reconciliation. In March 2009, however, Viera was assassinated.

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