February 23, 2024

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Welfare in sport must be a priority

This brings with it the need to ensure that persons in the sporting realm are exposed to, and encouraged to take up services and products such as life skills training, financial literacy and insurance packages to help cushion them against the rough and tumble of life as they go about their business.

Mourinho honors promise to Ghanaian teenager

Explaining the rationale behind Afena-Gyan’s decision to celebrate with him, Mourinho said: “I had promised to buy Felix the boots he really likes, which are really expensive. They cost €800, so he ran over and told me not to forget! Tomorrow morning, the first thing I do is buy him the boots.”

Zidane not interested in Man U job

The same sources have said legendary former France and Real midfielder Zidane, who is out of work, would not be keen on a move to United right now.

Ole Gunnar fired from Man U job

The United hierarchy believed Solskjaer had earned the chance to turn around his side's slump, but the chastening nature of Saturday's defeat made it clear to them change was needed.

FASU looking ahead to bright future after celebrating 50th anniversary

Federation of Africa University Sports (FASU) President Nomsa Mahlangu claims the organisation is "not only existing but thriving in the right direction" as it celebrated its 50th anniversary.

Esawy is new African Gymnastics Union President

The Egyptian official replaces Algeria's Ali Zaater at the helm of the continental body, who ran for re-election but was unsuccessful.

Charge Mwendwa or we throw out the case - Court tells State

Milimani Senior Resident Magistrate Wandia Nyamu also turned down the State’s application to detain Mwendwa for a further 14 days at the Gigiri Police Station, saying, "I decline the application by the state and l hereby direct that the state to charge the suspect within seven days from today."

Come on Citizen TV, don't ridicule the players

By all means, this is clip that has been aired recently on Citizen TV is a triviality, it should never have seen the light of day, let alone be aired on mainstream and social media.

Mwendwa released on Ksh 7 million bond, barred from accessing FKF office

Mwendwa was further barred from accessing the FKF office, attending any football activities or conducting any media interviews in the interim.