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  • Top 5 Elections To Watch In Africa And Predictions For 2017

    elections to watch in Africa By Kurt Davis Jr., 11:03 am AFKI Original

    Presidential term limits are a slippery thing. Occasionally they can seem like a good idea. Most of the time, not so much. That’s what makes these five upcoming African elections so riveting. Everyone is watching to see who replaces Liberia’s popular Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf — Africa’s first female president. Will it be a former soccer player, or the ex wife of former Liberian President Charles Taylor? He was convicted of aiding crimes against humanity. She’s one of the most powerful woman in Liberian politics. Or it may be a former Coca-Cola executive, a former central bank governor or an attorney.

  • Is Sonangol Helping Move Isabel Dos Santos Toward Angolan Presidency?

    Isabel dos Santos is one of the most influential women in Africa By Kurt Davis Jr., 3:52 pm AFKI Original

    Her quick rise to the top cracks the glass ceiling of Africa’s male-dominated business world. Critics say she’s privileged, but what about the Bushes, Clintons and Kennedys? She’s accused of pilfering state funds but the movement of money between family members does not establish corruption in the system. Funds may be owed. If allegations of money laundering are confirmed, particularly within Sonangol, analysts will change their views on Isabel.

  • Sunday Oliseh Finds It Tough To Predict The AFCON Final

    By Peter Pedroncelli, 2:44 am AFKI Original

    Former Nigerian captain Sunday Oliseh believes that it is difficult to forecast the AFCON final result between two great and deserving teams

  • AFCON 2015: A Group-By-Group Preview

    AFCON 2015 By Maher Mezahi, 7:22 am AFKI Original

    On Wednesday night, the Africa Cup of Nations draw took place in Malabo. All sixteen teams sent delegations to the capital for the ceremony also attended by former players, Confederation of African Football officials, and heads of state. AFKSports provides you with a group-by-group preview of the tournament that will begin on January 17, 2015.

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