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2012-02-21 06:17:57 ZIFA Role for Former Skipper Benjani [The Herald] ZIFA president Cuthbert Dube and chief executive Jonathan Mashingaidze are expected to meet with former Warriors skipper Benjani Mwaruwari today amid revelations that the association wants to honour the Portsmouth striker by giving him a big role to play in the national game.

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Saturday, 05-30-15, 12:57ASUU Expresses Support for Western Sahara People[Guardian] Bauchi -THE Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has said that it will continue to express solidarity for the freedom and independence of the entire Western Sahara people.
Saturday, 05-30-15, 11:39Sisi Greets Ethiopia, Azerbaijan, Nepal On National Day[Egypt Online] Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi delegated presidential secretary Karim el Diwany to the Ethiopian Embassy in Cairo to offer greetings on the country's national day.
Saturday, 05-30-15, 11:31Sisi - Egyptian People Managed to Preserve Their Identity[Egypt Online] Egypt's President Abdel Fattah El Sisi met Thursday with former US Secretary of Defense and former CIA chief Leon Panetta.
Saturday, 05-30-15, 11:25No Mercy for Chad - Onazi[Independent (Lagos)] Lagos -Super Eagles midfielder, Ogenyi Onazi has charged his teammates to beat Chad mercilessly ahead of the team's 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in Kaduna.
Saturday, 05-30-15, 11:20World Press Group Condemns Marques Sentence[IPI] The International Press Institute (IPI) today condemned the suspended six-month prison sentence given to Angolan journalist Rafael Marques de Morais over his book outlining human rights abuses connected with the country's diamond mining industry, saying the outcome represented "a cynical abuse of law".

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