Harambee Stars to Face Swaziland, Equatorial Guinea in Friendlies

[Nairobi News] Fresh from posting a marginal improvement in the monthly Fifa rankings, Kenya have lined up four international friendlies in readiness for the crunch 2019 Africa Nations Cup qualifier versus Ghana in Nairobi come September.

[Nairobi News] Fresh from posting a marginal improvement in the monthly Fifa rankings, Kenya have lined up four international friendlies in readiness for the crunch 2019 Africa Nations Cup qualifier versus Ghana in Nairobi come September.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Gor-Leopards Face Tanzanian Giants for Right to Play Everton

[Nairobi News] Days after Gor Mahia impressed against Hull City in a friendly, SportPesa has again offered four Kenyan clubs a chance to face English Premier League side Everton in a friendly match in June.

[Nairobi News] Days after Gor Mahia impressed against Hull City in a friendly, SportPesa has again offered four Kenyan clubs a chance to face English Premier League side Everton in a friendly match in June.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

70,000 Barrels of Oil Ready for Kenya’s Pilot Export

[East African] Kenya has already stored 70,000 barrels of crude in Lokichar, Turkana County in the north, in readiness for transportation to the Port of Mombasa by specialised lorries for exportation.

[East African] Kenya has already stored 70,000 barrels of crude in Lokichar, Turkana County in the north, in readiness for transportation to the Port of Mombasa by specialised lorries for exportation.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Nigerians Pay $26.7 Million for U.S. Visa in 2017

[Leadership] Nigerians who traveled to the United States of America (USA) as non-immigrants in 2017 had spent a total of N9.733 billion as payment for visa fees, this excludes what was spent by those that obtained immigrant visas and those whose visa a…

[Leadership] Nigerians who traveled to the United States of America (USA) as non-immigrants in 2017 had spent a total of N9.733 billion as payment for visa fees, this excludes what was spent by those that obtained immigrant visas and those whose visa applications were rejected.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Prof Wole Soyinka Urges Nigeria’s Anti-Corruption Body to Arrest Corrupt Leaders

[This is Africa] Nigeria’s anti-corruption body has been criticised by the public for its perceived soft stance on political actors. Nobel Laureate Prof Wole Soyinka recently addressed the 8th Commonwealth Conference for Heads of Anti-Corruption Agenci…

[This is Africa] Nigeria's anti-corruption body has been criticised by the public for its perceived soft stance on political actors. Nobel Laureate Prof Wole Soyinka recently addressed the 8th Commonwealth Conference for Heads of Anti-Corruption Agencies, and urged the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to arrest corrupt leaders.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

4 Matches to Watch – Nigeria Hosts Guinea Bissau

[Premium Times] The Paul Aigbogun-tutored U-20 side were cruising in Bissau last Saturday courtesy of two first half goals from Enyimba’s Wasiu Alalade hosts scored two quick goals in the 54th and 63rd minutes to give themselves a lifeline, coming into…

[Premium Times] The Paul Aigbogun-tutored U-20 side were cruising in Bissau last Saturday courtesy of two first half goals from Enyimba's Wasiu Alalade hosts scored two quick goals in the 54th and 63rd minutes to give themselves a lifeline, coming into the second leg in Calabar.

source: AllAfrica News: Guinea Bissau

Thomas Mapfumo and the Language of Zimdancehall

[This is Africa] Thomas Mapfumo says Zimdancehall artists need the Queen’s grammar book or else they will forever be stuck in the ghetto of the music world. But Stanely Mushava says, the Chimurenga guru might want to nuance his criticism of young dance…

[This is Africa] Thomas Mapfumo says Zimdancehall artists need the Queen's grammar book or else they will forever be stuck in the ghetto of the music world. But Stanely Mushava says, the Chimurenga guru might want to nuance his criticism of young dancehallers a bit.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe