Plus de 300 personnes, dont environ 200 policiers, ont été blessées lors de violences ayant émaillé des matchs de football durant la phase aller du championnat d’Algérie entre août et novembre 2018, a annoncé dimanche 13 janvier la police algérienne. Environ 700 personnes ont été arrêtées sur la même période en raison de ces violences, a ajouté la police. Continue la lecture
Élu Ballon d’Or africain 2018 lors des CAF Awards, le footballeur Égyptien Mohamed Salah est aussi la nouvelle icone de son pays. Continue la lecture
Uganda’s vocal legislator Robert Kyagulanyi, popularly known as Bobi Wine announced on Tuesday that he will return to the country on Thursday, urging his supporters to prepare to ‘continue the struggle for a better Uganda’.
Kenyan athlete Joseph Kiprono was knocked down by a car Sunday as he was leading a half-marathon in Colombia in which another competitor collapsed and died, the organizers said.
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Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic made history on Saturday, scoring his 500th career goal in stunning fashion, but it wasn’t enough to lift the Los Angeles Galaxy to a win over Toronto FC.
Cameroon’s ex-football captain Norbert Owona, who has been homeless for two years, has thanked Samuel Eto’o Fils for promising him a new house. Continue la lecture
Athletics Kenya on Monday welcomed the establishment in Nairobi of a World Anti-Doping Agency-approved blood testing laboratory for East Africa declaring it a big step in their anti-doping fight.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho suffered the heaviest home defeat of his coaching career as Tottenham Hotspur won 3-0 at Old Trafford on Monday to spiral an early-season crisis for the Red Devils.
Manager Jose Mourinho retains the full backing of Manchester United’s board despite Sunday’s 3-2 Premier League defeat at Brighton. Continue la lecture
Uganda’s army has made a rare apology after soldiers were caught on film beating up a journalist who was covering a demonstration supporting detained MP Bobi Wine on Monday. Continue la lecture