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    20-Apr-2017 to 15:37

    Malawian leader receives Commonwealth Games baton

    APA-Lilongwe (Malawi) — President Peter Mutharika on Thursday led Malawians in welcoming the Queens Baton at Kamuzu International Airport in the capital Lilongwe from Mauritius.

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    20-Apr-2017 to 12:34

    Ghana: 2017 female league launched in Accra

    APA-Accra (Ghana) — The 2016/ 17 National Women's League has been launched in Accra to kick off on April 29, after an official ceremony at the GFA Secretariat on Wednesday.

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    20-Apr-2017 to 10:13

    DR. Congo’s TP Mazembe club gets new football coach

    APA – Dakar (Senegal) — The former player of TP Mazembe, Pamphile Mihayo has been appointed head coach of the Lubumbashi-based club, APA learns Thursday from the official website of the football group.

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    19-Apr-2017 to 19:22

    Pamphile Mihayo is TP Mazembe coach

    APA-Dakar (Senegal) — Pamphile Mihayo, a former TP Mazembe player, has been named the team’s head coach, the Congolese club announced Tuesday night on its official website, making him the first Congolese technician to sit on the TP Mazembe bench since 2008, following Santos Muntubile’s departure.

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    19-Apr-2017 to 15:54

    African Confederation nods new CAR boxing board

    APA-Bangui (CAR) — The Confederation of African Boxing has recognized the new board of the Central African Boxing Federation, elected last October, CAR’s National Olympic and Sports Committee announced in a statement released on Wednesday in Bangui.

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    18-Apr-2017 to 15:19

    Angola’s Pinto re-elected APC Commission chair

    APA-Dakar (Senegal) — Leonel da Rocha Pinto of Angola was re-elected head of the African Paralympic Committee (APC) for a four-year term, during the ordinary general assembly held last weekend in Luanda, Angola, sources told APA.

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    16-Apr-2017 to 14:01

    Dakar Marathon: Some 20 professional runners expected

    APA-Dakar (Senegal) — Some 20 professional runners from abroad were expected at the starting line-up of the 1st edition of the Dakar marathon, which got underway Sunday in the main streets of the Senegalese capital city, APA learned Saturday from the organizers.

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