Egypt

 
Africa must help end the war on its doorstep in Yemen
Africa must help end the war on its doorstep in Yemen
My country of Yemen shares more with Africa than just the waters of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden; we also share a long history of migration, trade...
From Cairo (and jail) to a master’s at Wits
From Cairo (and jail) to a master’s at Wits
I am an Egyptian and I would like to tell you my story in the hope that it will inspire students in South Africa.
The shame of being a South African in the rest of Africa
The shame of being a South African in the rest of Africa
My first major story as a foreign correspondent was Egypt’s Arab Spring. I arrived in Tahrir Square in Cairo early on 2 February 2011, which is...
African boys win Jr NBA international pool, go on to global finals
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, Refiloe Seiboko reports from Orlando,...
A literary snapshot of Somaliland
A literary snapshot of Somaliland
I spent last week at arguably the most well-organised and longest running book festival in East Africa, the Hargeysa International Book Fair. It...
Sudan footballers hope for revolution boost
Sudan footballers hope for revolution boost
He has no kit or support system but 17-year-old footballer Emad Salim hopes Sudan's uprising will bring a boost to his beloved sport and help its...
The Afcon that means everything
The Afcon that means everything
A tug on the sleeve interrupted the tedium of waiting in the boarding queue this week at OR Tambo. Turning around revealed an impossibly chuffed...
Baxter goes from dead man walking to national hero
Baxter goes from dead man walking to national hero
Stuart Baxter's days as South Africa coach appeared numbered after a limp group stage display left Bafana Bafana up against Africa Cup of Nations...
SA vs Nigeria preview: Can Bafana replicate the hunger that usurped the Pharaohs?
SA vs Nigeria preview: Can Bafana replicate the hunger that usurped the Pharaohs?
What’s that warm, pleasant feeling flowing through your body, you ask? That’s pride. Pride in a national team that has done something worthwhile to earn your admiration. ...
Salah says Egypt must learn from Cup of Nations failure
Salah says Egypt must learn from Cup of Nations failure
Egypt star Mohamed Salah said the team would try to learn from their mistakes after the Africa Cup of Nations hosts suffered an embarrassing...
Mo Sa-la-la-la-lah reduces Islamophobia
Mo Sa-la-la-la-lah reduces Islamophobia
In April 2015, Liverpool fan Stephen Dodd became famous — internet famous. He posted a photo on Twitter of two men praying during the...
Salah and Egypt score own goal supporting Warda
Salah and Egypt score own goal supporting Warda
It’s difficult to escape his warm and arresting smile, which is plastered all over Egypt’s capital city. The only other person who has that...

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