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  1. South Africa won't be impressed by Keshi and Queiroz showing

    Firdose Moonda

    You may not have known it, but Nigeria and Iran's drab World Cup opener was more than just a test of how the African champion would fare against the Asian hopeful. It was also more than just a scrap for second place in the group behind Argentina. In ...

    Blog | June 17, 2014
  2. World Cup 1970 - Morocco scare the giants

    Firdose Moonda

    The 1970 World Cup contained two notable firsts; the first time the tournament was broadcast in colour and the first time an African team was guaranteed a place in the competition. After the 1966 boycott, FIFA set aside one spot solely for a represen...

    Blog | May 16, 2014
  3. Serero enjoying the winning feeling at Ajax

    Firdose Moonda

    That winning feeling. At least one South African footballer abroad is experiencing it. Thulani Serero, the 24-year-old midfielder from Johannesburg's Soweto township, enjoyed a third successive Dutch title with Ajax Amsterdam and this time he was...

    Blog | April 29, 2014
  4. Botswana's best; Selolwane to call it day

    Firdose Moonda

    After 17 years of controlling midfields from Gabarone to Chicago to Pretoria, Botswana's most recognised player, Dipsy Selolwane, is expected to hang up his boots. Reports emerging from South Africa suggest Selolwane will retire from all forms of foo...

    Blog | April 24, 2014
  5. Botswana's best; Selolwane to call it day

    Firdose Moonda

    After 17 years of controlling midfields from Gabarone to Chicago to Pretoria, Botswana's most recognised player, Dipsy Selolwane, is expected to hang up his boots. Reports emerging from South Africa suggest Selolwane will retire from all forms of foo...

    Blog | April 24, 2014
  6. How FIFA can help make African football better

    Firdose Moonda

    African football is going to get help, whether it wants it or not. At a FIFA seminar in Johannesburg, South Africa, last week, the organisation's secretary general, Jerome Valcke, promised not only $900 million for various development projects around...

    Blog | April 08, 2014
  7. How FIFA can help make African football better

    Firdose Moonda

    African football is going to get help, whether it wants it or not. At a FIFA seminar in Johannesburg, South Africa, last week, the organisation's secretary general, Jerome Valcke, promised not only $900 million for various development projects around...

    Blog | April 08, 2014
  8. Chiefs complain about refereeing, Congolese opposition

    Firdose Moonda

    For a second year in succession, a South African club has accused opposition from the Democratic Republic of Congo of playing dirty in the CAF Champions League. Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter spewed his disgust with what he suggested were time-was...

    Blog | March 31, 2014
  9. South Africa slip a little too far

    Firdose Moonda

    If South Africa football needed confirmation of how far they are behind the world's top-ranked teams, it came on Wednesday night. Their 5-0 thrashing at the hands of Brazil turned into much more than a cutesy affair between the most recent World ...

    Blog | March 07, 2014
  10. South African national team showing no progress

    Firdose Moonda

    If South Africa football needed confirmation of how far they are behind the world's top-ranked teams, it came on Wednesday night. Their 5-0 thrashing at the hands of Brazil turned into much more than a cutesy affair between the most recent World Cu...

    Blog | March 07, 2014
  11. Could South Africa have found a coach at CHAN?

    Firdose Moonda

    Libya were the big winners at the African Nations Championship (CHAN) but they were not the only ones. A handful of players used the opportunity to land deals in what Ventures Africa calls the richest league on the continent, South Africa:s Premier S...

    Blog | February 05, 2014
  12. Moonda: Could South Africa have found a new coach at the 2014 CHA...

    Firdose Moonda

    Libya were the big winners at the African Nations Championship (CHAN) but they were not the only ones. A handful of players used the opportunity to land deals in what Ventures Africa calls the richest league on the continent, South Africa:s Premier S...

    Blog | February 05, 2014
  13. Libya CHAN triumph lifts troubled nation

    Firdose Moonda

    It wasn't pretty or glamorous but Libya defied the circumstances which prevented them from hosting the African Nations Championship (CHAN) to win the competition in South Africa. The Mediterranean Knights claimed their first major continental trophy ...

    Blog | February 02, 2014
  14. Libya in the limelight after surprise CHAN triumph

    Firdose Moonda

    It wasn't pretty or glamorous but Libya defied the circumstances which prevented them from hosting the African Nations Championship (CHAN) to win the competition in South Africa. The Mediterranean Knights claimed their first major continental trophy ...

    Blog | February 01, 2014
  15. South Africa's "losers"

    Firdose Moonda

    South Africa coach Gordon Igesund would have been relieved to hear he was not solely to blame for the country's first-round exit from the African Nations Championship (CHAN), according to the country's sports minister. But Igesund would have been emb...

    Blog | January 20, 2014
  16. South Africa's "losers"

    Firdose Moonda

    South Africa coach Gordon Igesund would have been relieved to hear he was not solely to blame for the country's first-round exit from the African Nations Championship (CHAN), according to the country's sports minister. But Igesund would have been emb...

    Blog | January 19, 2014