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2021 africa cup of Nations postponed by year due to virus

Next year's africa cup of Nations in Cameroon has been postponed until 2022 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Confederation of african Football (Caf) announced Tuesday in a video conference.

jul 2 2020 9:08am
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Ntseki to outline plans for Bafana

Bafana Bafana coach Molefi Ntseki appears to have no idea of his next step following the postponement of the africa cup of Nations by CAF yesterday.

jul 2 2020 9:08am
Soccer
2021 africa cup of Nations postponed by a year due to virus

african countries have suffered to varying degrees from the pandemic with South africa the hardest hit among those south of the Sahara, recording more than 144,000 cases, while Egypt has suffered the worst in North africa with over 66,000 infections.

jul 2 2020 9:08am
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african cup of Nations postponed from January next year to 2022

Next January's africa cup of Nations finals in Cameroon have been postponed by one year and will now take place in 2022, the Confederation of african Football (CAF) decided on Tuesday.

jul 2 2020 9:08am
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Coronavirus: CAF Postpones africa cup of Nations

CAF announced the outright cancellation of the 2020 african Women cup of Nations

jul 2 2020 9:08am
Football
Next year's africa cup of Nations finals could be postponed

CAF's executive committee will meet in an online conference on Tuesday to decide what to do, and also set out a possible process for completing this season's two continental club competitions.

jun 30 2020 8:32pm
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Next year's africa cup of Nations finals could be postponed

A postponement of January's africa cup of Nations finals could be on the cards when the Confederation of african Football (CAF) meet next week in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

jun 30 2020 8:32pm
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Covid-19 and african tech startups roundup [17/06/2020]

The SA government plans to allow more sectors of the economy to open under the level 3 lockdown restrictions. This, as Startupbootcamp and UK-South africa Tech Hub , a UK government initiative, are hosting the Disrupt Covid-19 Digital Hackathon from 6 to 9 July. With Covid-19 headlining news all over the world, Ventureburn has launched a regular daily roundup on the virus and how it is affecting africas tech startup sector. Those with any news releases relating to Covid-19 and africas tech startup sector can send these to [email protected] Here then is the latest on the coronavirus and african tech startups: More sectors to be permitted to trade: The SA government plans to allow more sectors of the economy to open under the level 3 lockdown restrictions, Business Report said in an article today. The publication quoted the Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu, who on Monday (15 June) said the country would know by the end of the week whether more sectors of the economy would be allowed to resume or not. Restaurants, hotels and businesses that offer personal care services such as hairdressers are currently not allowed to operate. Disrupt Covid-19 hackathon: Startupbootcamp and UK-South africa Tech Hub , a UK government initiative, are hosting the Disrupt Covid-19 Digital Hackathon from 6 to 9 July. The organisers are seeking solutions on how to include more small businesses in public procurement, in response to Covid-19, while driving transparency and best practice in procurement. Innovators must apply by 29 June. Startups will have the opportunity to work with the UK Governments Global Digital Marketplace Programme . Winning teams will also receive R15000 in cash prizes, Amazon AWS credits, logistics support, membership to the Silicon Cape Network, and other support. This will assist those teams to implement pilots and proof of concepts for the solution with the challenge partners. SA Innovation Summit goes digital: The SA Innovation Summit will go be run as a digital event this year, from 30 September to 1 October, Audrey Verhaeghe, the event's chairperson announced last week. The digital programme will include business matching and networking, pitching dens, showcasing, plenary discussions and workshops. Entries for the Inventors Garage — which offers an opportunity for entrepreneurs with a working prototype or product from a proven concept to pre-commercialisation to exhibit virtually — are now open. This year, the summit will introduce a new initiative, the Fem-In-Tech Development Programme. Top applicants of the africa cup, Inventors Garage and the Fem-In-Tech programmes will go on an international virtual investor tour, made possible by Anza Capital.

jun 24 2020 5:56pm
Startups
Rushine de Reuck on Bafana snub: 'I'm not ...

Maritzburg United centreback Rushine de Reuck has admitted he was surprised to not receive a call-up for Bafana Bafana coach Molefi Ntseki's squad for the back-to-back africa cup of Nations qualifiers against Sao Tome and Principe in March.

may 30 2020 11:04pm
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Rushine de Reuck on Bafana snub: 'I'm not going to lie, I expected the

Maritzburg United centreback Rushine de Reuck has admitted he was surprised to not receive a call-up for Bafana Bafana coach Molefi Ntseki's squad for the back-to-back africa cup of Nations qualifiers against Sao Tome and Principe in March.

may 30 2020 5:55pm
Soccer
Rushine de Reuck on Bafana snub: 'I'm not going to lie, I expected the call-up'

Maritzburg United centreback Rushine de Reuck has admitted he was surprised to not receive a call-up for Bafana Bafana coach Molefi Ntseki's squad for the back-to-back africa cup of Nations qualifiers against Sao Tome and Principe in March.

may 29 2020 11:05pm
Soccer