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African Competitions Wrap


The annual CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup considered the oldest football tournament in Africa and a collaborative between the larger Eastern African countries and part of Central Africa and run by the Council of East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA) took centre stage over the weekend in Ethiopia. 550 more words

African Sports

The Dug Out Weekend Round-up

Africa took the spotlight in the U-17 FIFA World Cup as reigning champions Golden Eaglets outplayed a fancy Mali in the finals on Sunday. Youngster Victor Osimhen took his tally to ten goals in the campaign as he netted in the 56th minute before Funsho Bamgboye added a second moments later. 484 more words

Kaizer Chiefs

Derby Winners Kaizer Chiefs & Mamelodi Sundowns Book Their Places In The TKO Final

It was an eventful weekend that saw the finalists of the Telkom Knockout Cup decided from the clash of two derbies. First on the cards was the ‘Soweto Derby’, which gave Kaizer Chiefs the chance to right their wrongs and get their revenge from last weeks defeat to Orlando Pirates. 274 more words


Chiefs 0-0 Pirates (6-5 PENS): Kaizer Chiefs Into Final Of TKO

When Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates met in the semifinals of the Telkom Knockout at the FNB stadium today, they knew only one will emerge victorious. 132 more words


Chiefs minus Katsande in TKO

Kaizer Chiefs stalwart Willard Katsande headlines the list of suspended players ahead of this weekend’s Telkom Knockout quarter-final fixtures.

The midfield hardman picked up his fourth yellow card during Amakhosi’s 0-0 draw with Jomo Cosmos on Wednesday night, meaning he will now serve out a one-match suspension. 62 more words

Kaizer Chiefs

Cosmos Continue To Frustrate Chiefs

Jomo Cosmos and Kaizer Chiefs played to an entertaining 0-0 draw in an Absa Premiership match at Olen Park on Tuesday night.

The first real chance on goal fell to Chiefs in the 10th minute when Erick Mathoho headed over the crossbar from a couple yards out after meeting a left-sided free-kick from Bernard Parker. 329 more words

Premier Soccer League

A Tale of One City: Johannesburg

THERE WERE SOME DARK DAYS IN THE MID-1990s  WHEN, shrouded by the chilly West Yorkshire weather, Lucas Radebe questioned the wisdom of uprooting from his native South Africa to the stark, uncompromising new land he called home. 2,919 more words