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Over the last decade the global game has been lit up by an explosion of talent bursting onto the scene from Africa. The continent has evolved dramatically since the days when Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of Congo) became the first black African team to qualify for the World Cup in 1974.

This foray onto the world stage is most notably remembered for Zaire’s Mwepu Ilunga receiving a yellow card against Brazil. The defender was in Zaire’s defensive wall awaiting a free kick to be taken. When the whistle was blown, Ilunga sprinted to the ball and launched it upfield.… Continue reading

The African World cup qualifiers are back. The third round of matches will see some big clashes and fate deciding encounters. The third and forth matches of the campaign will see teams clash with each other in the double headers with home and away games. The group E will see the table toppers facing each other. Burkina Faso will host group favorites star studded Ivory Coast. Both the teams have played two matches and have 100% record going in to the clash. Ivory Coast has a better goal difference as compared to their counterparts and their football result are much… Continue reading

Mention nearly 10 years of African football, most people mind will soon emerge out two names: eto ‘o and didier drogba. That’s right, the two stars is indeed the century African football worthy of proud, but as time goes by, two big star gradually to ordinary, this from the African footballer of the poll as evidenced by, African football leaders struggle and will enter the way I’m afraid “times of the warring states”.

African footballer of African football association is set by a football awards, in early 1970, standing, but which is worthy of note, the award in 1970 and… Continue reading

(PRWEB) September 30, 2006

In his Biko Memorial Lecture, Archbishop Desmond Tutu called for a South Africa “where everyone respects themselves, has a positive self-image filled with proper self esteem and holds others in high regards.”

In his speech, the archbishop pointed to the need for internal branding of government at all levels: “There are offices and shops that are a pleasure to enter. The shop assistants are courteous, friendly, smiling and eager to help, as are also certain offices – but there are others where they think they are doing you a favour. There are municipal, provincial government… Continue reading

(PRWEB) October 5, 2006

In his Biko Memorial Lecture, Archbishop Desmond Tutu called for a South Africa “where everyone respects themselves, has a positive self-image filled with proper self esteem and holds others in high regards.”

In his speech, the archbishop pointed to the need for internal branding of government at all levels: “There are offices and shops that are a pleasure to enter. The shop assistants are courteous, friendly, smiling and eager to help, as are also certain offices – but there are others where they think they are doing you a favour. There are municipal, provincial government… Continue reading

Johannesburg, Gauteng (PRWEB) July 4, 2008

FNB has launched Shine 2010, an online social networking platform which offers a place for South Africans to congregate, learn and communicate in the run-up to the 2010 FIFA World CupTM.

Shine 2010 will serve as the first port of call for 2010 good news, offering insights into the critical infrastructure projects and serving as an outlet for the positive stories that aren’t currently being told.

Apart from providing news and feature articles, Shine 2010 leverages the power of online media to offer interactive and engaging content. This approach ensures that the… Continue reading

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