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Deal: Latest News

  • Cameroon Coach Volker Finke Given Two-Year Extension

    By Peter Pedroncelli, 5:04 am

    The vote of confidence for the coach comes at a time when it seemed his efforts with the Indomitable Lions were coming to an end, as he has been the subject of much criticism from the local media and supporters of the national team.

  • Stephen Keshi Signs Two-Year Nigeria Contract

    Stephen Keshi By Peter Pedroncelli, 4:24 am AFKI Original

    The saga that has dragged on in Nigerian football for almost a year is finally put to rest as Stephen Keshi has signed to two-year deal to continue as coach of the Super Eagles. The former Mali and Togo coach was given a two-year contract by the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), which he signed in Abuja on Tuesday.

  • Stoke City Want To Make Victor Moses Deal Permanent

    Victor Moses - Nigeria squad By Peter Pedroncelli, 2:52 am

    The Nigerian has done well this season despite a few injuries marring his progress, including a thigh problem that has kept him out recently, but a week ago he revealed on his official Twitter account that he has returned to training at Stoke and is ready to gain fitness.

  • Ghana Heads Toward Sealing New IMF Deal

    By Staff, 3:53 pm

    Ghana is expected to conclude a program with the International Monetary Fund by end of February this year. This was revealed by the leader of the government’s team of negotiators talking with the IMF, Professor Kwesi Botchwey. The country in September last year entered into negotiations with the Fund with the hope of securing a three -year program with the IMF.

  • 10 Great Colorado Early Bird Ski Deals

    By Becca Blond, 4:26 pm

    Loveland Ski Resort on the Continental Divide gets awesome powder and offers the best early bird lift ticket deal around. On sale through Nov. 24, 2013, the “4-Pak” is $129 for four lift tickets that can be used any time (no blackout dates) during the 2013-2014 season.

  • Mauritius Signs $65 Million Renewable Energy Deal

    By Makula Dunbar, 4:33 pm

    The island nation of Mauritius has taken another step towards energy independence as it signed agreements with international firms to supply solar and wind power. With these agreements the island now expects to have a total renewable energy capacity of 60 MW connected to its grid by 2015.

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