It is often said that a performer should bow out when the applause is loudest. But that was not the case for the former Egyptian coach, Hassan Shehata. Continue reading ‘Hassan Shehata – The ups & downs of his tremendous reign with the Pharaohs’
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Tags: 2012 qualifiers, African Nations Cup, egypt, Football, Hassan Shehata, south africa
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Last week, I had the opportunity to be a guest on Global Journalist, a radio, television, and internet program that brings together journalists and other experts from around the world to discuss topics in the international news. Continue reading ‘Global Journalist Radio discusses indigenous journalism’
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What a way to say goodbye to South Africa!!!
Tags: fIFA, johannesburg, south africa, World Cup
World Cup trophies have been stolen from the Johannesburg temporary headquarters of world football governing body FIFA. The national police commissioner Bheki Cele confirms the report but said the trophies were replica ones that would have taken centre stage at the Soccer City final in Johannesburg on July 11.
Continue reading ‘SA Police: World Cup trophy stolen’
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A local version of the world’s biggest online video sharing platform YouTube has launched in South Africa. The internet search giant Google announced that – http://www.youtube.co.za – is to give South Africans a way to easily discover local content and content producers. The feat comes on the heels of the fifth anniversary of YouTube. Continue reading ‘YouTube launches South Africa version’