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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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Wednesday, 08-20-14, 8:53Boko Haram Kills Three, Abducts 12 in Cameroun[This Day]The Islamist terrorist group, Boko Haram, has continued its offensive in Cameroon, as it killed at least three people and kidnapped 15 others in a fresh cross-border attack in northern Cameroun.
Wednesday, 08-20-14, 8:52Foot-Algeria - Feghouli Believes in Gourcuff's Experience[Africa Top Sports]Christian Gourcuff is the new selector of Algeria Fennecs since Vahid Halilhodzic departure. Called to express his opinion about his new coach, Sofiane Feghouli showed that he is rather positive and optimistic.
Tuesday, 08-19-14, 18:32Court Delivers Three Rulings On Burundi Journalists Association[PR Newswire]Arusha, Tanzania -The First Instance Division today delivered three rulings in the Application matters, one allowed and other two dismissed.
Tuesday, 08-19-14, 18:12Angolans Head Homewards By Train From Democratic Republic of Congo[UNHCR]Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo -A group of 500 Angolans headed homewards by train on Tuesday as the UN refugee agency launched a repatriation programme to end one of Africa's most protracted refugee situations.
Tuesday, 08-19-14, 15:00Gay and Not Free in South Africa[GroundUp]A gay man from the DRC claims the Congolese community in South Africa will not rest until they kill him. Junior Miteo Kalonji, 34, wept hard as he talked about his life. GroundUp had to stop the interview three times when he broke down.

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