Refiloe Seiboko

The Basketball League Africa gears up for its inaugural season

Twelve teams. Seven cities. One champion. The first BAL season is about to tip off, and we’re here for it (as soon as coronavirus fears abate)

AKA, Burna Boy and the African unity concert that wasn’t

The two musicians once billed themselves as pan-African pin-ups. What does their ugly spat say about the state of continental unity?

How deep can you go in 15 minutes with Ebro?

M&G sat down with ‘Old Man Ebro’ during his Apple Music trip to SA, to see what a few minutes of conversation could produce. Apparently, a lot...

No tall story: Africa takes on NBA

Masai Ujiri, a Nigerian sports executive, has put the continent on the basketball map

How tasty Delicious is depends on your taste

There are many positives about the festival, but the organisers need to step up when it comes to, well, the organisation of the event itself

African boys win Jr NBA international pool, go on to global finals

Basketball is progressing in Africa and so is the talent of the youth playing it

2019: The year of the Raptor

Canada’s NBA franchise, and Africa’s biggest influence on the league, is one of those special stories that only comes around once every few years

NBA, FIBA to launch new pan-African league

​African basketball fans may no longer have to look solely to the United States for fandom

‘St Agnes’ murder series promises more than red herrings

Set in the bubble of Midlands privilege, the series promises depth and cliffhanging twists

“We got Ja Rule on the phone …”

There were no flame emojis in sight on one fateful, all but festive, weekend in 2017. Netflix has given us a look into the #epicfail that wasn’t

Africa Game more than a ‘spectacle’

An exhibition performance in Pretoria brought out the fans to get a taste of the real thing

NBA finals: Same, same but different

To say that the 2017/18 NBA season has been characterised by unpredictability and unforeseeable trajectory shifts would be quite an understatement.

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