An interview with Naftal Ngalangi, Vice-President of the Namibia Football Association, at the launch of the COSAFA CASTLE CUP 2016 in Windhoek!
An interview with Alastair Hewitt, General Manager of Castle Lager at South African Breweries, at the launch of the COSAFA CASTLE CUP 2016 in Namibia!
The return of CASTLE LAGER as title sponsor of the COSAFA Cup for an initial period of five years will ensure the immediate future of one of the top regional competitions on the global calendar. The announcement that CASTLE LAGER would renew their association with the Southern Hemisphere championship was made in Windhoek this week
The COSAFA Cup 2016 was officially launched in host city Windhoek, Namibia on Tuesday with the announcement of the return of Castle Lager as title sponsor for the regional showpiece event. The championship, organised by the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) in conjunction with the Namibia Football Association (NFA), will be staged from
The Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) sends their sincere condolences to the family of former Swaziland referee and COSAFA Referees Committee member Wallace Mabuza, who passed away recently after a short illness. The 62-year-old was one of the top referees on the African continent through the 1990s, before hanging up his whistle to
Due to organisational constraints, the COSAFA Under-20 Youth Championship will not be staged this year despite every effort being made to do so.
South Africa coach Shakes Mashaba has announced a 25-man squad to face COSAFA rivals Angola in back-to-back clashes for Round 2 of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia qualifiers. The first clash will be the away leg, to be played on Friday, 13 November 2015 at the Ombaka National Stadium in Benguela, Angola and kicks
South African businessman Tokyo Sexwale officially launched his bid for the presidency of FIFA on Tuesday and his hopeful he can win enough support to succeed Sepp Blatter next February. Sexwale will be one of eight candidates for the post and having officially been involved in FIFA affairs for the last decade, says he is
The COSAFA region will have not one but two sides competing in the women’s football tournament for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. This after both Zimbabwe and South Africa qualified for the finals competition as Africa’s two representatives, the first time two nations from Southern Africa have reached the same Olympic tournament.
Four more COSAFA nations have won their place in the second stage of qualifying for the 2018 FIFA World Cup with a fifth set to join them imminently. Namibia, Botswana and Madagascar all eased into the second stage, and are joined by island nation Comoros, who stunned fellow Southern Africans Lesotho. Swaziland still need to