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Tanzania names Amuneke national coach

Tanzania names Amuneke national coach

Former Nigeria attacker, Emmanuel Amuneke, has been named as the coach of Tanzania national team. Wallace Karia, President of the Tanzania Football Federation (TFF) who announced the deal on Monday said Amuneke will also oversee the other Tanzania teams, including the U-17 and U-20 groups. The former winger who signed a two-year deal with the Tanzanian FA was until recently coach of Sudan’s Premier League side, Al Khartoum SC. “I am happy to start this new job and work hard so that we can achieve a lot together,” Amuneke told local...
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South Sudanese Celebrate the Kiir-Machar Peace Deal

South Sudanese Celebrate the Kiir-Machar Peace Deal

It has been a joyful day in South Sudan’s capital, Juba and beyond, as two arch-rivals President Salva Kiir and his former Vice-President Riek Machar signed a new peace deal to end a barbaric five-year civil war. The latest power struggle between the President and his former deputy has devastated the country, killed thousands of innocent citizens and displaced millions of South Sudanese. It is, therefore, no coincidence that the new peace deal has given hope to many South Sudanese, who seem to have had enough of miseries from the...
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Why You May Need a Therapist

Why You May Need a Therapist

 Ironically, what makes life, which is enmeshed in problems, meaningful, is its ability to act as our teacher in the tempestuous journey of maturity. Problems are inevitable in life. We learn from them in order to make our lives worth living and purposeful. However, not everyone can cope with these inevitable problems in life. While some people can successfully take care of their life obstacles, others are overwhelmed by them. A good reason to go online and seek a therapist. Cultural realities However, you cannot decide to seek a therapy,...
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Zimbabwe election: A New Beginning or Another Political ‘Coup’?

Zimbabwe election: A New Beginning or Another Political ‘Coup’?

The first post-Mugabe elections in Zimbabwe have come and gone. As usual in the African political terrain, while the declared winners are jubilant, the presumed losers are bitterly contesting the conducts and results of the elections. With the leader of the ruling Zanu-PF President Emmerson Mnangagwa declared the winner with 50.8% of the vote, on the other hand, the leader of the opposition Nelson Chamisa, whom, according to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec), received 44.3% of the vote, repeatedly claimed that the elections were forged and fake. Responding to the...
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Breaking all the obstacles as a group

Breaking all the obstacles as a group

As I child, I once asked my father who was happily married for sixty years, what the secret behind his happy marriage was. He studied me for a long time. The expression on his face made me a bit uncomfortable; it left me wondering whether I had asked the most stupid question. Or could it be my father considered me incapable of having a long happy relationship like him? What an arrogant old man he was, I thought, although I dared not say that loud. Whatever warranted the long gaze,...
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DRC: Will Bemba Walk out from Prison to the Presidential Palace?

DRC: Will Bemba Walk out from Prison to the Presidential Palace?

The acquittance of the former vice-president of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Jean-Pierre Bemba, by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for alleged war crimes against humanity, could alter the political equation in the Democratic Republic of Congo. While Jean-Pierre Bemba’s supporters have backed his presidential ambition in elections due this December, President Joseph Kabila’s camp is more or less, in political hypertension. The landmark conviction of Jean-Pierre Bemba, which was overturned by panels of judges at the ICC came as a huge surprise to many. It may have definitely rattled President...
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To ban or encourage the second-hand clothes trade?

To ban or encourage the second-hand clothes trade?

Worldwide the second-hand clothes trade has generated about $3.67 billion in revenue, according to the 2016 estimate. From this figure, Africa has a 35% total value of the trade, while Europe, Asia and the Americas and others have 27%, 26%, and 12% respectively. The lives of many Africans have been positively changed due to the income from this business; many Africans have either ventured into the business or benefited indirectly from it. More than that, with the quality advantage over the locally made clothes, the demand in Africa for the...
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Sometimes It has got to be real Or nothing

Sometimes It has got to be real Or nothing

Imagine you embarked on a journey! Yes, on a journey without knowing your destination! It would be a mere aimless journey, wouldn’t it? Envisage a situation, where you want to change your life, yet you do not actually know what exactly you want to change. Definitely, life can be fruitless and perhaps, dangerous a mission, if one does not know what they want. Sadly, unless you are able to know or identify your wishes in life, you definitely may not know how to achieve them. For us to make our...
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The Nigerian Political Tsunami that does the Majority no good

The Nigerian Political Tsunami that does the Majority no good

The political abracadabra in Nigeria is taking another interesting dimension, this time, reaching a feverish height, following the massive defection of 15 senators from the ruling All Peoples Congress (APC) to the opposition People’s Democratic Party (PDP). The defections of 15 senators from the governing APC followed the police attempt this morning, to block the Senate President Dr. Bukola Saraki and his deputy Ike Ekweremadu from leaving their houses. What makes the police action very ironic is the fact that Dr. Saraki was invited by the Inspector General of police...
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Mesut Özil Stops Playing International Football For Germany

Mesut Özil Stops Playing International Football For Germany

Mesut Özil, the talented Arsenal midfielder has decided he would no longer play international football for Germany. The 29-year-old Özil, who made his decision known some hours ago, in a lengthy statement, blamed his decision on the way he claimed he was treated by the German Football Association (DFB), following unexpected Germany’s early exit in the just concluded World Cup. The German footballer alleged that the DFB blamed him for the terrible performance of the German team. To him, the criticism has made him “no longer want to wear the...
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