High Stakes As Elections Loom
[ISS] The African Union's (AU) early warning system will be working overtime in the next few weeks as Africa heads into a series of high-risk elections.
Lone Star Foreign Based Players Arrive
[Inquirer] All 16 foreign based players invited by Liberia Lone Star's head coach, James SalinsaDebbah have arrived in Monrovia for the crucial World Cup preliminary match against Guinea Bissau this Thursday, October 8, 2015 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS).
Banyana Fail to Score Again and Have It All to Do Away Against Equatorial Guinea
[Sascoc] Banyana Banyana's drought of goals continued at the weekend with a goal-less draw against Equatorial Guinea in the first leg of their Olympic qualifier at the Makhulong Stadium, Tembisa.
Cameroon Sweat Past Zimbabwe, Banyana Held At Home
[CAF] Cameroon came from behind to beat Zimbabwe 2-1 on Saturday in the final round first leg qualifier for the 2016 Olympic Games (Women) whilst South Africa were held 0-0 by visiting Equatorial Guinea in Johannesburg.
Banyana Banyana Preparations for Equatorial Guinea in Full Swing
[SAFA] Banyana Banyana's preparations for the crucial 2016 Rio Olympic qualifier against Equatorial Guinea are in full swing.
African Games Matches Mean Banyana Are Better Prepared for Olympic Qualifier
[Sascoc] Banyana Banyana's preparations for Saturday's crucial 2016 Rio Olympic qualifier against Equatorial Guinea in Tembisa are in full swing.
Armed Groups Roam CAR Capital Following Fatal Clashes
[Al Jazeera] At least four people have been fatally shot in the capital of the Central African Republic, according to hospital sources, as sectarian violence erupted on the city's streets for a second day.
SA Man Imprisoned in Equatorial Guinea On His Way Home
[News24Wire] After almost three years Daniel Janse Van Rensburg's family can breathe a sigh of relief, knowing that he is returning home on Sunday after being imprisoned in Equatorial Guinea.
Man Home After Equatorial Guinea Ordeal
[News24Wire] It took three years and he is 20kg lighter, but Daniel van Rensburg finally returned to South Africa on Sunday.
Banyana Captain Van Wyk On the Equatorial Guinea Game... and More
[Sascoc] Banyana Banyana are back in camp on Monday as the national women's football side start preparations for the crucial 2016 Rio Olympic clash against Equatorial Guinea.
A Good Win At Home Against Equatorial Guinea Is Key - Van Wyk
[SAFA] The South African Senior Women's National Team (Banyana Banyana) returns to camp on Monday, 28 September to start preparations for the crucial 2016 Rio Olympic clash against Equatorial Guinea. The two nations lock horns on Saturday, 3 October at Makhulong Stadium in Tembisa Johannesburg. Kickoff is at 15h00. The second leg will be played in a fortnight in Equatorial Guinea. SAFA Media caught up with captain Janine van Wyk as she was preparing to go to camp.
Banyana Banyana Gear Up for Equatorial Guinea
[SAFA] Banyana Banyana head coach Vera Pauw has announced a squad of 24 players to face Equatorial Guinea in the first leg final round of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games qualifiers.
LRA Wins U.S.$19 Million Tax Case Against Lonestarcell-MTN
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) has won a US$19.2 million tax case against the Lonestar Cell/MTN following more than two years of legal battle. Tax Court Judge Mozart Chesson ruled in the case on Wednesday, September 16, 2015 at the Temple of Justice on Capitol Hill, following final legal battle in the case three weeks ago. One of the three major GSM companies in the country, the court's ruling compels Lonestar Cell/MTN to pay the taxes into government's coffers.
Govt Seeks to Adjust to Lower Oil Prices
[IMF] Equatorial Guinea's oil-dependent economy is set to contract through 2020, under pressure from low oil prices, falling hydrocarbon production, and reduced capital expenditures, IMF staff economists said.
The President of the Assembly Meets With the President of the Republic of Guinea
[PR Newswire] The Hague, Netherlands -On 3 and 4 September 2015, the President of the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute ("the Assembly") of the International Criminal Court ("the Court"), H.E. Mr. Sidiki Kaba, traveled to Conakry where he was received by H.E. Mr. Alpha CondÃ©, President of the Republic of Guinea.
South Sudan in Historic First Ever Win
[CAF] South Sudan recorded their first ever competitive win after beating Equatorial Guinea by a lone goal in their Group C Day Two clash in Juba on Saturday.