February 22, 2021


Len Taunyane and Jan Mashiane have an important place in Olympic history – South Africa’s too – but to understand their situation and plight, it is necessary to appreciate the fate of the land they hailed from. They were only South African because of a shameless land grab – one facilitated by the so-called protectors of Bechuanaland.
January 30, 2021

The CHAN – A Legend’s Perspective

There was no African Nations Championship (CHAN) in Segun Odegbami’s day. The Nigerian legend didn’t need it to showcase his abilities. At that time African footballers tended to play in Africa. Odegbami was no different. He graced football in his own continent throughout his distinguished career.
January 30, 2021

Innovative Views on the CHAN

A few years ago, Zambian and African great, Kalusha Bwalya, suggested a change in eligibility for the African Nations Championship (CHAN). He wanted players who plied their trade in other African countries to be eligible for the tournament.