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Covid19: Burundi first African country to resume football

The country’s football federation president Reverien Ndikuriyo, who was in attendance at the Ingoma Stadium in the capital Gitega, said football “needs...

Burundi: football stops, between coronavirus and elections

RFI 20 APR 2020 For the first time in 2020, there was neither the Burundi Football Championship nor the...

How the coronavirus has hit global sport

FOOTBALL -- In Italy, the hardest-hit European country with 366 deaths from COVID-19, Serie A descended into controversy when...

Fifa to open disciplinary proceedings against Kenya for non-compliance

World football governing body, Fifa, is set to open disciplinary proceedings against Football Kenya Federation (FKF) for failing to comply with an...

No shortcut: Gor Mahia must work hard to secure KPL title – Polack

GOAL 24 FEB 2020 The British coach states the players must give their best to stand a better chance...

NBA Africa turns 10, eyes greater expansion with new league

NBA Africa turns 10, eyes greater expansion with new league

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The world is locked down by the Covid-19 pandemic. It is breaking down societal fabrics like social gatherings and socio-economic activities.

Hundreds of Inmates Escape Uganda Prison

Police, army and prison personnel in Uganda are searching for more than 200 inmates who escaped from a maximum security prison Wednesday...


Water tankers in Juba are on strike a move staged to hike water prices. A normal barrel of water used to...

South Sudan teachers not paid for 13 months, set off strikes in Jonglei State

High school teachers in Jonglei State are protesting in demand of about 19 million South Sudanese pounds that should have been paid...

Rwanda: Tanzania, Rwanda to Resolve Cross Border Trade Hurdles

TANZANIA and Rwanda have agreed to meet at the end of this month to discuss and address various bottlenecks that impede smooth...
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