Day: November 1, 2019

November’s African football news in brief

The latest African football stories in short for November. Friday 1 November:Tunisian goalkeeper Mouez Hassan has joined Belgian...

England v South Africa: Rugby-mad newlyweds on rival sides for World Cup final

Saturday morning will be a good test for newlyweds Rosie and Ken Marshall as they cheer on rival...

South Africa: How Business Misrepresented Evidence – the South African Sugar Tax Story

In a recently published study on the political activities of the soft drinks industry in the lead up...

Ajara keen on Champions League spot after cup heroics

Cameroon forward Nchout Njoya Ajara is keen on returning to the Champions League after helping power Valerenga to...

Nigeria: U.S. to Provide Drugs to 60,000 Persons Living With HIV in Lagos

The United States President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), administered by the Centres for Disease Control, Department...

Africa: The Rapid Decline in Civic Freedoms – 5 Countries to Keep an Eye On

Johannesburg — 2019 has been a year of protest. From Algeria, to Chile, to Hong Kong, ordinary people...

South Africa: Port Elizabeth Provincial Hospital’s Acute Mental Unit Finally Opened – – Without a Full-Time Psychiatrist

After missing five deadlines to open an acute psychiatric unit at Port Elizabeth Provincial Hospital, the Eastern Cape...

Ghana Plans to Ban Rice, Poultry Imports

Rice importers would be ordered to cease their trade in three years if everything goes as planned, Ghana's...

Mozambique opposition files suit against ‘massive electoral fraud’

Mozambique's largest opposition party Renamo on Wednesday lodged court papers calling for the October 15 election results to...