African football has come of age – Experts

African football has come of age – Experts
Football experts have predicted an exciting tournament at this year's African Cup of Nations to be hosted by Gabon and Equatorial Guinea despite the absence of some of the continent's soccer powerhouses – Egypt, Cameroon, Nigeria and South Africa.
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Fire burns through a slum neighborhood in Equatorial Guinea
23, 2012. Residents fought the fire with buckets of waste water while firefighters struggled to get enough water pressure. Equatorial Guinea and Gabon are currently co-hosting the African Cup of Nations soccer tournament.
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'Delayed live' Afcon for SABC
The SABC do not have to care about soccer fans, but it would be nice if they at least pretended to. The national broadcaster, the 'home of soccer', will only show eight of the 32 Africa Cup of Nations matches live. The rest of them will be delayed live …
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