archives : January 2010

     

Panafrica - Egypt - Mozambique
Egypt 2 Mozambique 0, the Pharaos have booked their ticket for the quarters. - Sunday 17 January 2010


Benin - Nigeria
Nigeria struggled to beat a surprisingly offensive Benin, led by a wonderful Stéphane Sessègnon. The Super Eagles are still in the race for the quarters. - Saturday 16 January 2010


United States - Haiti
A sum of $562 million is required to help over three million desolate Haitians survive for the next six months, the United Nations humanitarian chief, John Holmes has estimated. The UN is to rely on donor nations to raise the funds. - Saturday 16 January 2010


Ivory Coast - Ghana
The Elephants haven’t faltered: with their 3-1 victory over Ghana, Ivory Coast are through to the quarter finals of the 2010 African Cup of Nations. The Black Stars will have to beat Burkina Faso to stay on. - Friday 15 January 2010


Uganda - Somalia - Italy - International
The Italian minister of foreign affairs, Franco Frattini has said that the government of Italy has committed itself to support, by training and helping to facilitate, African Mission in Somalia (AMSOM) troops. - Friday 15 January 2010


Zimbabwe
Four cabinet ministers in Zimbabwe’s inclusive government are under probe from their respective parties, MDC and Zanu Pf, on corruption allegations. - Friday 15 January 2010


DR Congo - Kenya - Uganda - Somalia
Ugandans were today treated to a morning show of the eclipse of the sun by the moon. - Friday 15 January 2010


Algeria - Mali
A goal from Halliche in the first half had indeed allowed the Algerians to hope for a future in this 2010 CAN in Angola. For the virtually eliminated Malian squad, it is a bitter pill to swallow. - Thursday 14 January 2010


Panafrica - Algeria - Mali
Algerians need to make up for their humiliating goalless encounter with a surprisingly strong Malawi (3-0). But Mali has the necessary arsenal to thwart the plans of an anxious Algerian team. - Thursday 14 January 2010


Sudan
The political bureau of the ruling party in semi autonomous southern Sudan, Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM), has started holding a meeting in southern sudan capital of Juba to decide on candidates who will stand for the 2010 general elections on the party’s ticket. - Thursday 14 January 2010

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