Botswana, Mauritius claim upset wins in Group B

Botswana and Mauritius pulled off upset results at the start of Group B action at the COSAFA Cup at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane on Monday to hand the competition an early shake up.

From Egyptian village to best player in England, Salah is a national idol

Deep in Egypt's Nile Delta region, the children of Nagrig village have a clear goal in life: they want to become football stars like Mohamed Salah, England's top scorer and Africa's top player.

On a winger and a prayer: the miraculous rise of Mountain Top FC

One of Nigeria's biggest evangelical churches was on to a winner when it set up a football club -- backed by millions of dollars and the power of prayer.

Gamtel crowned Gambia league champions

Gamtel were crowned champions of the Gambia Football Federation 2017/18 Division One after a 2-1 victory away to Brikama United on the final day of season (22 May 2018).

Uganda: Final day joy for Vipers

Vipers claimed their third Uganda Premier League title after a comfortable 4-1 win over Uganda People’s Defence Force (UPDF) at St. Mary’s Stadium Kitende Wakiso on the last day last Friday (25 May 2018).

Mbodji: We have to rise to the occasion

Injury news is a feature of the lead-up to every FIFA World Cup™.

Township Rollers wins 15th Botswana league title

Township Rollers sealed their 15th league title on Wednesday (23 May 2018) night in Gaborone after defeating Extension Gunners 2-0 at the National Stadium

General Coordinators & Media Officers sharpen skills for tasks ahead

Over 60 persons designated as General Coordinators and Media Officers took part in a training course from 24-25 May 2018 at the

COSAFA Cup all set for kick-off in 2018!

Southern Africa’s national teams converge on Polokwane in the north of South Africa for the next fortnight to decide the identity of this year’s southern African championship as 14 countries battle it out for the COSAFA Cup.

Rwanda becomes Arsenal's official tourism partner

Rwanda has become the official tourism partner of English football club Arsenal FC, whose players will sport a "Visit Rwanda" logo on their sleeves, the club announced Wednesday.