Carthage Eagles Face Do-or-Die Clash
[allAfrica] Tunisia faces a do-or-die clash with Algeria as they prepare for a crunch Group B African Nations Cup encounter in Franceville on Thursday (16h00 GMT).
Senegal Needs to Sort Out Panicked Defence
[allAfrica] On the face of it Senegal's 2-0 victory over Tunisia in their opening Group B match of the 2017 African Nations Cup finals looked routine, but the fancied west Africans were forced to hang on as their opponents missed a number of excellent chances.
The Afcon Day That Was - January 14-15 - Breathless Football and Kitasrophes
[Daily Maverick] From Tunisia's inability to score to Zimbabwe's kitastrophe with the fairy-tale debut of Guinea Bissau woven in between. If you've been snoozing on Afcon, here's what you've missed. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.
Who's Who of Football Face Carthage Eagles on Sunday
[allAfrica] Pre-tournament favourites Senegal will receive a stern early test of their championship credentials when they take on Tunisia in a tasty 2017 African Nations Cup Group B clash at the Stade de Franceville on Sunday (19h00 GMT).
Giants vs Minnows - Will AFCON Get a Surprise Victor?
[allAfrica] The fate of perennial underachievers Senegal, the return of Egypt and the shock qualification of tiny Guinea-Bissau are just some of the major talking points as we prepare for the start of the 2017 African Nations Cup finals to be played in Gabon from Saturday.
Tunisia, Egypt, Uganda Top Domestic Players At AFCON
[Monitor] Kampala -Uganda can now comfortably claim to be among the best 16 football nations in Africa.
Tunisia's Carthage Eagles Leave Cranes Pondering
[Monitor] Kampala -Wednesday might have provided Cranes coach Micho Sredojevic his 23-man squad, but that friendly encounter with Tunisia, in Tunis, also left the Serbian with more home work to do.
Tunisia Beats Cranes in a Friendly Tie
[Independent (Kampala)] Uganda Cranes Starting XI
Micho to Name Final Afcon Squad After Tunisia Friendly
[Independent (Kampala)] Cranes coach Milutin 'Micho' Sredojevich will name Uganda's team to travel to Gabon after today's key international friendly against Tunisia.
Cranes Have One More Try At Immovable Carthage Eagles
[Monitor] Kampala -Few teams have suffered under the ruthlessness of Tunisia and Egypt as Uganda Cranes.
Awany Hoping to Take His Opportunity With Cranes
[Monitor] Kampala -KCCA defensive pillar Timothy Awany is determined to show he remains an important player for the Uganda Cranes as it prepares for the Afcon engagement in Gabon this monTimothy Awany (R) is challenged by David Kizza in a domestic league game. Photo by Ismail KezaalaÂ th.
Who Played for Cranes in 6-0 Drubbing By Tunisia?
[Monitor] Kampala -It's 18 years since Uganda Cranes played in Tunis, losing 6-0 in the 2000 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
Uganda Succumb to a 2-0 Loss to Tunisia
[Ghanaian Chronicle] Ghana's Group opponents Uganda succumbed to a 2-0 loss to Tunisia in a pre-AFCON friendly in Tunis on Wednesday.
Tunisia to Host 2017 African Club Championships
[New Times] African Volleyball Confederation (CAVB) has endorsed Tunisia Volleyball Federation to host the 2017 Men's and Women's African Club Championships.
Soccer - All the Afcon Squads Named So Far
[Independent (Kampala)] The Cranes team of 26 that is in Tunisia for an international friendly has been submitted as Uganda's preliminary squad to the the Nations Cup finals.
Cranes Arrive, Eye Tunisia Friendly After Delayed Flight
[Independent (Kampala)] What was supposed to be a trip lasting a few hours to Tunisia from Entebbe, turned into a two day trip that had Cranes start the new year at Dubai Airport.
Cranes Finally in Tunis After Weather Delay
[Monitor] Kampala -Bad weather might have forced their Ethiopian Airlines flight to first land in Doha, Qatar rather than Dubai on Friday-into-Saturday but the Cranes had little complaints as they partied away into the New Year VIP style.
Uganda's Archrivals - Black Stars, Pharaohs Intensify Preparations for Afcon 2017
[Monitor] Kampala -Despite travel hitches arising from bad weather, the Uganda Cranes are safe in Tunisia before they embark on three build-up matches ahead of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon).
PM Vows to Arrest Repatriated Jihadis
[Deutsche Welle] Several political parties have called for the repatriation of Tunisian militants to be indefinitely blocked. Berlin has pressured Tunis to accept rejected asylum-seekers from Tunisia after the Christmas market attack.
Protests Over Return of Jihadis
[Deutsche Welle] Tunisia's parliament has been surrounded by hundreds of people, angry at the return of extremists who have fought abroad. The protest was prompted by the Berlin truck attack by Tunisian Anis Amri.