U17 World Cup: New dates are auspicious for Uganda

Uganda U17 women’s national team head coach Ayub Khalifa claims that the new dates set for the Women World Cup tournament are favorable. The tournament which was meant to be staged in November this year was rescheduled to February 17 – March 7 2021 in India. According to Khalifa, the new dates are suitable for Uganda. “The new dates are very favorable…

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South Africans trust the Rugby World Cup win will join the country

South Africans trust the Rugby World Cup win will join the country. The South Africans, who were white and ruined, were applauded on Saturday and indicated that the triumph in the Springbok Rugby World Cup, convinced by frail manager Siya Kolisi, would join the country. The hugeness of Kolisi lifting the trophy after a 32-12 triumph over England in Yokohama…

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Ugandans in South Africa request that parliament help with imprisoned nationals

Ugandans in South Africa request that parliament help with imprisoned nationals. Ugandans living in Southern Africa have mentioned Parliament to show itself the destiny of its individuals moping in correctional facilities in Zimbabwe and Zambia. The Ugandans, captured for the most part for endeavoring to cross into South Africa without substantial passage visas. However, although the two nations have been…

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African Parliament respects Robert Mugabe

African Parliament respects Robert Mugabe. Pan African Parliament (PAP) MPs have regarded President Robert Gabriel Mugabe, alluding to him as an intense Pan-Africanist who shielded his nation and Africa on the world stage. The movement to respect the late previous President of Zimbabwe was moved by Jaynet Kabila and backed by Haidara Aïchata. However, with the help from Jacqueline Amongin…

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South Africa, Kenya, and Nigeria are among the world’s most dangerous places to live

South Africa, Kenya, and Nigeria are among the world’s most dangerous places to live and work from, for expatriates. According to the latest survey, carried out by InterNations. South Africa and Nigeria were the worst-rated countries in the safety and security category, which covers personal safety and political stability. “For example, in South Africa, which ranks 64 out of 64…

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South Africa: celebrities, Politicians respond to xenophobic attacks

South Africans and African are using social media to pass onto their response over the attacks that have been carried out. There fore, by looting and violence in the major cities of Johannesburg and Pretoria. The xenophobic attacks in South Africa have created a response from politicians, celebrities and ordinary citizens all over the world. Muhammadu Buhari, Nigeria president However,…

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Xenophobic attacks: DRC, Rwanda withdraw but Museveni, wife travel to South Africa

The Presidents canceled their invitations to flee to South Africa is based on the Xenophobic attacks on the black migrates who live there.  Malawi’s president Peter Mutharika, DRC president Felix Tshisekedi and Rwanda’s president Paul Kagame. Have pulled out of the World Economic Forum on Africa which was due on Cape Town, in South Africa. Five people have lost their…

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S-Africa’s Winnie Mandela to Be Laid to Rest Today

South Africans will say goodbye to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela on Saturday at an official funeral for the woman hailed as the mother of the nation because of her fight against apartheid. Crowds packed Orlando Stadium in Johannesburg’s Soweto township for the ceremony, which follows a private service at her home. Mourners followed Madikizela-Mandela’s coffin in procession into the stadium, where the…

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