SAFA hails launch of women’s Champions League

SAFA senior NEC member, Natasha Tsichlas has lauded the recent move by CAF to establish an annual CAF Club Women’s championship, calling this a ground-breaking development. Tsichlas, who is also a member of the CAF Organising Committee for Women’s Football, said this will help grow the game tremendously, not only in South Africa but also

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COSAFA provides update on status of 2020 tournaments

COSAFA General Secretary Sue Destombes has provided an update on the hosting of the organisation’s tournaments in 2020, which has been hampered by the COVID-19 pandemic that has brought football on the continent to a virtual standstill. COSAFA was due to host six competitions this year, including senior, Under-20 and Under-17 events for both men

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It’s here! Listen to The COSAFA Show Podcast!

COSAFA is continually trying to find innovative ways to bring fans the latest news, view and analysis from our South African region and is proud to bring you a new offering, The COSAFA Show podcast, which will be broadcast every two weeks. Here is now you can listen for FREE! Soccer Laduma Radio COSAFA.TV  Spotify

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FAM rolls out COVID-19 Relief Food Packs programme

The Football Association of Malawi has today started the distribution of COVID-19 Relief Food packs to 2490 players and officials of Regional Leagues and Women’s Football Leagues teams. FAM President Walter Nyamilandu officially launched the programme when he presided over the distribution of packs to Blantyre based teams. Nyamilandu said FAM is pleased to have

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Costa do Sol to enter CAF Champions League

Mozambican champions Costa do Sol will participate in the next edition of the African Champions League despite concerns over costs, the club’s president Jeremias da Costa has confirmed. “We have the support of our main sponsor, EDM (Eletricidade de Moçambique) to sign up and participate in the Champions League. We will do so as soon

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Africa Cup of Nations finals postponed to 2022

The 2021 Africa Cup of Nations finals in Cameroon have been postponed for a year and will now be played in January/February 2022, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) confirmed on Tuesday. A meeting of the CAF executive committee in Cairo agreed to the switch in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as

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Zambia sets date for league re-start

The Zambia Super League is set to resume on July 18, officials have confirmed, with the hope that the competition can be completed in a six-week period. Football Association of Zambia President Andrew Kamanga has confirmed the date when the top two divisions in the country are set to resume their season, with the top-flight

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Zimbabwe striker sees Belgian loan extended

Zimbabwe international Knowledge Musona will spend the next season at KAS Eupen in Belgium after his loan was extended for another season, the club announced on Saturday. “I’m very happy to be playing for Eupen in the new season. Here I find exactly the environment I need to play football,” Musona told a press conference.

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Zambia set to resume league action next month

President Edgar Lungu has set the tone for the possible re-opening of the Zambian league by announcing that football activities will resume in July subject to adherence to strict guidelines by the Ministry of Health. In his national address, President Lungu, who is also patron of the Football Association of Zambia, said the onus now

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Bafana Bafana star Tau faces uncertain future

Percy Tau will not be returning to Club Brugge and his immediate future is in doubt as his club Brighton and Hove Albion wait to make a decision on what is next for the attacking midfielder. The 26-year-old South Africa international has spent the last year at Brugge on loan from Brighton after failing to

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