Chiyangwa At Peace Over Zifa Polls

[The Herald] ZIFA president Philip Chiyangwa says he isn’t losing any sleep about the possibility of not extending his stay as the leader of domestic football by another four years because he feels he is standing on a strong foundation to retain his po…

[The Herald] ZIFA president Philip Chiyangwa says he isn't losing any sleep about the possibility of not extending his stay as the leader of domestic football by another four years because he feels he is standing on a strong foundation to retain his post. The Harare property mogul even believes his presence and what he has achieved since taking over from the deposed Cuthbert Dube is pushing the would-be challengers into a shell leaving them in a quandary.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Behardien Stars As Titans Beat Sloppy Dolphins

[News24Wire] A key half-century by Farhaan Behardien helped the Titans book a home semi-final and possible final after they edged out the Dolphins by 29 runs in their One-Day Cup clash at the City Oval in Pietermaritzburg on Sunday.

[News24Wire] A key half-century by Farhaan Behardien helped the Titans book a home semi-final and possible final after they edged out the Dolphins by 29 runs in their One-Day Cup clash at the City Oval in Pietermaritzburg on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Weah Presidency – the Challenge of High Expectations

[Observer] So much hope was placed on President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, but she too struggled for much of her 12 years in power, which ends with Weah’s inauguration this month.

[Observer] So much hope was placed on President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, but she too struggled for much of her 12 years in power, which ends with Weah's inauguration this month.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Kalusha Heads To Liberia For George Weah’s Inauguration

Former FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya says he is on his way to Liberia to attend newly elected President George Weah’s inauguration. Kalusha, who has been in Morocco for the African Nations Championship in his capacity as CAF committee member, has … Continued

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Former FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya says he is on his way to Liberia to attend newly elected President George Weah’s inauguration. Kalusha, who has been in Morocco for the African Nations Championship in his capacity as CAF committee member, has expressed confidence in the 1996 World Footballer of the Year. Weah is due to be sworn in after recently wining a tightly contested election. “On my way from Casablanca, Morocco to Monrovia, Liberia to the Presidential inauguration of my good friend #GeorgeWeah I know he will make a difference to Liberia and I know his capabilities. Looking forward to a bright future for this country,” Kalusha posted on his Facebook page. The post Kalusha Heads To Liberia For George Weah’s Inauguration appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports

Knights Beat Cobras to End Drought

[News24Wire] Rudi Second, Patrick Kruger, Grant Mokoena and Andries Gous all hit half-centuries as the Knights ended their seven-match winless streak by beating the Cape Cobras with a bonus point for their first victory of the One-Day Cup season in Blo…

[News24Wire] Rudi Second, Patrick Kruger, Grant Mokoena and Andries Gous all hit half-centuries as the Knights ended their seven-match winless streak by beating the Cape Cobras with a bonus point for their first victory of the One-Day Cup season in Bloemfontein on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Goodwell Lungu Gets Diplomatic Appointment

Former Transparency International Zambia Goodwell Lungu has landed a diplomatic posting as Zambia Deputy High Commissioner to Botwana. The press attache in Botswana has announced Lungu as the latest addition to the mission. Lungu was welcomed to the mission by … Continued

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Former Transparency International Zambia Goodwell Lungu has landed a diplomatic posting as Zambia Deputy High Commissioner to Botwana. The press attache in Botswana has announced Lungu as the latest addition to the mission. Lungu was welcomed to the mission by Brig. Gen. Patrick Tembo (rtd) today. A seasoned public administrator, Lungu served as Executive Director for Transparency International Zambia for 12 years before retiring in 2016. The post Goodwell Lungu Gets Diplomatic Appointment appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports