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Clarence Seedorf Says #BlackLivesMatter in European Football

Slavia Prague defender Ondrej Kudela has been suspended from ten matches for racist behaviour towards Glasgow Rangers midfielder Glen Kamara. Dutch football star Clarence Seedorf — who is vocal about combatting racism and hate speech within the football industry, wants players who cover their lips to hide their words on the field sanctioned …

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3,000 year-old lost city found in Egypt

Egyptian archeologists have unearthed a 3,000 year-old lost city complete with mud brick houses, artifacts and tools from the times of the pharaohs. The mortuary city, in the southern province of Luxor, is being called the most important such find since the tomb of Tutankhamun. It dates back to the …

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Burna Boy’s “Twice As Tall” nominated for Grammy award

burna boy twice as tall

Burna Boy’s Twice as Tall album has been nominated for the 2021 Grammy award, the Nigerian Afro-fusion singer’s second successive nomination. Burna Boy’s last album African Giant also was also nominated. But he lost the 2020 Grammy award to Anqelique Kidjo’s re-imagination of Celia Cruz’s music on the eponymous, Celia. …

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18-year-old Zimbabwean wins The Voice UK

Blessing Chitapa

Blessing Chitapa has been crowned as the winner of The Voice UK. The 18-year-old singer, who was born in Zimbabwe and moved to the UK aged seven, was named as the winner during Saturday’s episode of the ITV talent competition. She saw off competition from Jonny Brooks, who was coached …

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African Football HQ: Africa Cup of Nations qualifying returns

Africa Cup of Nations qualifying

We hope you’re as excited about the return of competitive international football in Africa as the AFHQ boys After almost a year without competitive African international football, the Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign resumes this week with a series of tantalising double-headers across the continent this week. Naturally, the qualifiers get …

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