THE Brics nations will now open formal talks to set up a development bank, President Jacob Zuma said yesterday .
BURKINA Faso’s extraordinary progress to the Nations Cup is the stuff of fairytale, exemplified by the personal trauma of their coach, the loss of their best player, a bizarre refereeing experience and having to play on a virtual sandpit.
BAFANA should regard their next opponents, Mali, as a Cape Verde with more experience, but mentally fragile.
HE PROBABLY wasn’t aware of it at the time, but substitute Dove Wome’s goal in the third minute of injury time in Togo’s 2-0 win over Algeria could prove priceless.
BAFANA Bafana have always believed that anything is possible in the Africa Cup of Nations, said coach Gordon Igesund after Sunday night’s dramatic 2-2 draw against Morocco at Moses Mabhida Stadium to reach the quarterfinals.
IMAGINE washing away months of harsh criticism by playing out of your skin; sweating, roughing it through intense pressure to beat a polished African team, defying the pessimism that follows years of failure and bringing joy to the entire nation.