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Afcon volunteers strike in Port Elizabeth

A group of about 30 Afcon volunteers went on strike hours before the quarterfinal match between Cape Verde Islands and Ghana in Port Elizabeth.

African football’s autocracy

In one act Confederation of African Football President Issa Hayatou may have reduced Fifa's "our game is fair play" to a hollow political slogan.

Togo files legal complaint after bus attack

Togo has filed a legal complaint against CAF for failing to protect its team from a deadly attack as it travelled to January's Africa Cup of Nations.

Togo to fight Afcon ban

Togo plans to fight its suspension from the next two editions of the African Cup of Nations after the team withdrew from January's tournament.

Gedo the brightest star at Afcon tournament

Egyptian supersub Gedo has outshone stars such as Samuel Eto'o and Didier Drogba to finish as the top-scorer at the African Cup of Nations.

Ghana takes positives from Afcon run

Coach Milovan Rajevac believes Ghana's display at the African Cup of Nations will help his players at the World Cup, despite losing the final to Egypt

‘We are in Angola to win the title’

Egypt turned up for the Afcon with only one intention, to defend their status as African champions and they seem well on their way to doing just that.

Afcon: Wars push, but money pulls

Soccer players in beleaguered African nations set their sights on more lucrative foreign horizons.

Super Eagles bonus crisis averted

A row over the win-bonus of Africa Cup of Nations semifinalists Nigeria has been averted after a special committee paid up their share.

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