Thu, 27 Jun 2019

FIFA open disciplinary action against Cameroon

Paris - FIFA on Wednesday announced disciplinary proceedings against Cameroon for misconduct and offensive behaviour in their Women's World Cup ...

Rapinoe, European power and VAR dominate noisy World Cup rest day

Paris - As the eight survivors caught their breaths, nursed their injuries and prepared for their quarter-finals, the headlines at ...

Ramaphosa: Great improvements at Eskom, more on the way

Government indicated in February that there was pain ahead in addressing Eskom's challenges and making it sustainable, President Cyril Ramaphosa ...

Nigeria first qualifiers for Cup of Nations 2nd round

Alexandria - Nigeria became the first qualifiers for the second round of the Africa Cup of Nations when they beat ...

20 000 migrants rescued from Sahara in three years - IOM

Niamey - Nearly 20,000 migrants have been rescued from the Sahara desert in Niger over the past three years, the ...

Benin, Ghana play to lively AFCON draw

Ismailia - Veteran Benin forward Mickael Pote scored after 104 seconds and again in the second half as 10-man Ghana ...

UN Drug Opioid Use Booming as Tramadol Crisis Emerges in Africa

VIENNA - Synthetic opioid use is booming, the United Nations said on Wednesday in a worldwide drug report that showed ...

Cameroon begin Cup of Nations title defence with victory

Ismailia - Stephane Bahoken scored two minutes after coming off the bench to seal a 2-0 win for defending champions ...

Heat is on as women's World Cup steps into the sauna

Paris - With the temperature in France soaring, organisers and teams are taking steps to adapt as the winter sport ...

Fit-again Keita injects Guinea with timely boost

Alexandria - For a Guinea team with growing Africa Cup of Nations ambitions, the return of Naby Keita was a ...

Nigeria call off Nations Cup bonus strike

Abuja - Nigeria on Tuesday suspended a training strike over unpaid bonuses at the Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt ...

Nigeria's Kalu '100% ready' after collapse

Alexandria - Nigeria forward Samuel Kalu, who collapsed during training last week due to severe dehydration, is fully fit to ...

ANALYSIS: African gay bashing 'a colonial import'

Certain African leaders keep telling us that "no African is born gay" - that homosexuality is alien to African culture ...

Heart issue rules Cameroon player out of Nations Cup

Cairo - Cameroon forward Joel Tagueu has been forced to withdraw from the squad ahead of their opening game at ...

England ready for Norway test after coming through Cameroon battle

Paris - England captain Steph Houghton brushed off concerns about the manner of her team's win over Cameroon at the ...

Jordan Ayew, the stagnation of a one-time Ghana prodigy

London - After a turbulent spell in England resulting in relegation with two different clubs, former Ghana prodigy Jordan Ayew ...

How the West is withdrawing into a bunker of its own making

At the US-Mexico border, President Donald Trump's migration "emergency" has led to children being locked up and a threatened trade ...

Cameroon: Video Shows Separatists Torturing Man

A video viewed by Human Rights Watch shows armed separatists torturing a man in an abandoned school in the North-West ...

FIFA opens disciplinary proceedings against Cameroon over England antics - North Wales Pioneer

FIFA opens disciplinary proceedings against Cameroon over England antics North Wales Pioneer FIFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Cameroon over ...

FIFA opens disciplinary case vs Cameroon over WWCup behavior

FIFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Cameroon for players' conduct during the team's loss to England in the Women's World ...

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Drug use across the globe trending higher says UN report

NEW YORK, New York - Opioids, which include both heroin and legal pain relievers, were responsible for around two-thirds of ...

Bosasa boss Gavin Watson grilled at SARS inquiry - report

Gavin Watson, the head of corruption-accused company Bosasa (now African Global Operations) has appeared before a confidential South African Revenue ...

In Remote Corner of Kenyan Coast, Red Cross Fights Drug Addiction

NAIROBI - A new drug rehabilitation center on the Kenyan coast is working to help heroin addicts turn their lives ...

Key Quotes From the First Democratic Presidential Debate

Ten of the Democrats competing for the party's nomination for the 2020 U.S. presidential election took part in a two-hour ...

Infecting healthy people in vaccine research can be ethical and necessary

Medical experiments involving intentionally infecting people with bacteria, viruses, and parasites are surprisingly common. And they are becoming more common ...

Govt says Eskom creditors won?t lose out in restructure

The SA government has laid out a timeline for the restructuring of Eskom and pledged that creditors of the state-owned ...

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