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Micho confirms end of the road with Uganda Cranes

FUFA  receives termination letter, wishes Micho well Kabira Club, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevich has confirmed he is leaving the Uganda national soccer team Cranes. Micho told the press in Kampala Saturday that he has got up to nine offers to consinder now. He confirmed he is not going to …

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NETBALL: Uganda vs South Africa for positions 5-8

Friday (playing for 5th-8th positions) Uganda vs South Africa 1pm Jamaica vs Scotland 11am Semi-finals New Zealand vs Fiji 5pm Australia vs England 7pm Quarterfinal results  FT: Uganda ??  37  –  Fiji ??  39 (see video and tweet feed bottom) FT: New Zealand 69 South Africa 32 Gaborone, Botswana | THE INDEPENDENT REPORTER | Uganda’s …

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Slippage in the DR Congo: Where are the UN and South Africa?

ANALYSIS: In past crises, the United Nations and South Africa have played important roles in stabilising the situation in the DRC – @africaarguments Pretoria, South Africa| CARMEL RAWHANI & MÉLANIE RONDREUX | African ARGUMENTS | In 2016, one of the defining terms when it came to the Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC) political situation …

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South Africa shock Nigeria in CAN qualifier

Football: Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Zambia suffer shock losses Abuja, Nigeria | AFP | Former African champions Nigeria, Ivory Coast and Zambia all lost at home Saturday on a day of upsets in the first qualifying round for the 2019 Cup of Nations. Three–time champions Nigeria lost a competitive game against South …

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South Africa in recession as economy shrinks 0.7% in Q1

Johannesburg, South Africa | AFP | South Africa’s economy unexpectedly contracted in the first quarter of this year, pushing the continent’s most advanced economy into its first recession since 2009, according to official statistics released Tuesday. The data, which also showed unemployment hitting a 14-year high, are expected to pile more …

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