Soccer Pundit Canes U-17 Doomsayers

Another of the routine schemes to discredit any strides FAZ president Andrew Kamanga is making in the Zambian game has been exposed. Soccer analyst Musonda Chibulu has given some stick to critics that have attempted to discredit the U-17 fine … Continued

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Another of the routine schemes to discredit any strides FAZ president Andrew Kamanga is making in the Zambian game has been exposed. Soccer analyst Musonda Chibulu has given some stick to critics that have attempted to discredit the U-17 fine run at the Cosafa Castle Cup championship. Initially the critics have been on FAZ accusing them of poor preparations and predicted a first round exit for the lads but an exquisite show has left them sniffing around for anything to discredit the wins. BELOW IS WHAT CHIBULU POSTED: ALLEGATIONS OF ZAMBIA UNDER-17 AGE CHEATING! The rumours must be treated with the contempt they deserve. ONLY official communication from CAF and COSAFA is valid. And I have not seen any communication from COSAFA or CAF regarding the allegations propagated by the enemies of Zambian football. Disregard any other site or person (s) propagating information intended to tarnish the image of Zambian football. The enemies of the Zambian game are always looking for faults when there is success. Take note that the MRI scans for all ZAMBIA Under-17 players were done by a CAF authorised doctor Dr Joseph Kabungo (former Chipolopolo team doctor) who is also a FIFA medical committee member. ALL the boys in Mauritius were certified to be of the right age by Dr. Kabungo after MRI scans conducted at the University Teaching Hospital-Cancer Disease Section. Only three (03) failed the tests. Those three (03) were not included in the squad that is in Mauritius. Further, the images of the scans of ALL Zambia Under-17 national team boys in Mauritius were sent to CAF. Mumamba Numba’s boys are in the semi-finals of the on-going COSAFA Under-17 championship after whacking Madagascar 7-1 and edging South Africa 3-2. The post Soccer Pundit Canes U-17 Doomsayers appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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PM Issues Forms Committees to Implement National Dialogue Outcome

[SNA] Khartoum -The First Vice President of the Republic, Gen Bakri Hassan Salih, on Monday issued a decree on the formation of committees to implement the outcome of the National Dialogue Conference.

[SNA] Khartoum -The First Vice President of the Republic, Gen Bakri Hassan Salih, on Monday issued a decree on the formation of committees to implement the outcome of the National Dialogue Conference.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Stanchart Reloads Priority Banking

[EA Business] Kampala -Standard Chartered Bank has re-launched its Priority Banking Customer Value Proposition (CVP), which awareness campaign will take three months unveiling several offerings and benefits.

[EA Business] Kampala -Standard Chartered Bank has re-launched its Priority Banking Customer Value Proposition (CVP), which awareness campaign will take three months unveiling several offerings and benefits.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

New Cholera Cases Recorded in North Darfur, El Gezira

[Radio Dabanga] Kabkabiya / Tamboul -The Kabkabiya Hospital in North Darfur received 30 new cholera patients over the weekend. The wards of the Tamboul Hospital in El Gezira are overcrowded.

[Radio Dabanga] Kabkabiya / Tamboul -The Kabkabiya Hospital in North Darfur received 30 new cholera patients over the weekend. The wards of the Tamboul Hospital in El Gezira are overcrowded.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Provincial Administration Expels 57 Congolese in Transit From Rumonge to Tanzania

[Iwacu] “They came in groups. 39 Congolese arrived in Rumonge on 20 July while 18 others arrived on 21 of the same month”, says Juvénal Bigirimana, Rumonge province Governor. The majority of them were women and children. They entered Burundi through Rumonge port. They said they had fled confrontations between Mai-Mai rebel group and the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (FARDC) in the localities of Fizi and Missi in South Kivu. They said they passed through Rumonge southern province seeking t

[Iwacu] "They came in groups. 39 Congolese arrived in Rumonge on 20 July while 18 others arrived on 21 of the same month", says Juvénal Bigirimana, Rumonge province Governor. The majority of them were women and children. They entered Burundi through Rumonge port. They said they had fled confrontations between Mai-Mai rebel group and the Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo (FARDC) in the localities of Fizi and Missi in South Kivu. They said they passed through Rumonge southern province seeking t

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

Consumers Not Happy With New MTN Data Offers

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -On July 4, Uganda’s largest telecommunication firm; MTN, announced changes in price and volumes for some of its internet (data) packages resulting in concerns by customers and the regulator, the Uganda Communications Co…

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -On July 4, Uganda's largest telecommunication firm; MTN, announced changes in price and volumes for some of its internet (data) packages resulting in concerns by customers and the regulator, the Uganda Communications Commission.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Rwanda Concludes Agreement for New Bugesera Airport

[Independent (Kampala)] With the backing of the African Legal Support Facility, the Government of Rwanda has taken a concrete step toward becoming a transportation hub for the East African region with the signing of a Concession Agreement for the const…

[Independent (Kampala)] With the backing of the African Legal Support Facility, the Government of Rwanda has taken a concrete step toward becoming a transportation hub for the East African region with the signing of a Concession Agreement for the construction and operation of Bugesera International Airport. Kigali is being positioned to become a nerve center for business, travel, and shipping in the sub-region.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda