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Newcastle U-23 midlfielder Sangare set for Liberia debut in Afcon qualifier – NEWPAPER24



Newcastle U-23 midlfielder Sangare set for Liberia debut in Afcon qualifier

2019-03-16 14:03:12

Newcastle U-23 participant Mohammed Sangare is on track to make his debut for Liberia of their Nations Cup qualifier away to DR Congo

Newcastle United under-23 midfielder Mohammed Sangare appears set to make his debut for Liberia of their essential Africa Cup of Nations qualifier away to the Democratic Republic of Congo on 24 March.

Sangare, who’s but to make a senior look for Newcastle, has been named in a 20-man squad launched by Liberia coach Thomas Kojo.

The 20-year-old was left annoyed after having to withdraw from earlier squads as a result of lack of his UK residence papers.

Sangare, who was born in Liberia however has lived in England for the reason that age of 14, has featured in 16 video games within the Premier Division 2 this season.

“It’s good that Sangare has accepted the decision. He had issues with the residence papers however that has since been settled,” Kojo informed Newpaper24 Sport.

“We did not have a lot time to entry him earlier than the Zimbabwe recreation however his debut [against DR Congo] is now on the playing cards. He shall be an enormous benefit for us and we’d like gamers like that in our nationwide groups,” Kojo mentioned.

Uncapped Portugal-based Terrance Tisdell, who turned down earlier call-ups as a result of he wanted clearance to journey to Africa, is now free to journey.

Kojo has additionally handed maiden call-ups to local-based gamers Marvin Blapoh and Gasimu Sheikh Kouyateh, who helped Liberia reached the finals of the West African Soccer Union (Wafu) under-20 Nations Cup in Monrovia in Could 2018.

Skilled South Africa-based Anthony Laffor, who performed the final 4 qualifiers, is suspended however goalkeeper Boison Wynney de Souza, who was born in Spain to a Liberian father and a Brazilian mom, missed out on account of a “technical motive”, in response to Kojo.

Group G After 5 Matches Factors
Zimbabwe 8
Liberia 7
DR Congo 6
Congo Brazzaville 5

The match is scheduled for Kinshasa however Liberia need the venue for this important qualifier moved out of DR Congo due to considerations over the Ebola epidemic.

Any two of the group’s 4 groups, which additionally contains Zimbabwe and Congo Brazzaville, can nonetheless qualify for this 12 months’s expanded finals in Egypt.

Liberia squad:

Goalkeepers: Tommy Songo and Ashley Williams (LISCR FC); Alpha Jalloh (Barrack Younger Controllers)

Defenders: Alvin Marccornel and Aloysius Simujla (LPRC Oilers); Teah Dennis and Eugene Swen (Barrack Younger Controllers); Gasimu Sheikh Kouyateh (Pags FC), Kemoh Kamara (LISCR FC), Joel Johnson Alajarin (Charlotte Independence, USA)

Midfielders: Marvin Blapoh (Monrovia Membership Breweries), Mohammed Sangare (Newcastle United, England), Allen Njie (Grasshopper Zurich, Switzerland), Oscar Murphy Dorley (FC Slovan Liberec, Czech Republic), Sylvanus Nimely (Spartak Moscow, Russia), Sam Johnson (Actual Salt Lake, USA)

Strikers: William Jebor (Wydad Casablanca, Morocco), Kpah Sean Sherman (PKNS Selangor, Malaysia), Tonia Tisdell (Nea Salamina Famagusta, Cyprus), Terrance Tisdell (AD Sanjoanense, Portugal)


Cyclone causes ‘catastrophe’ in southern Africa – NEWPAPER24




Cyclone causes ‘catastrophe’ in southern Africa

2019-03-19 23:38:44

Cyclone Idai has triggered a “huge catastrophe” in southern Africa affecting a whole lot of hundreds if not hundreds of thousands of individuals, the UN says.

The area has been hit by widespread flooding and devastation affecting Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi.

Mozambique’s President Filipe Nyusi has referred to as it “a humanitarian catastrophe of nice proportion”.

He stated greater than 1,000 folks might have been killed after the cyclone hit the nation final week.

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Twitter seems on the brilliant facet of load-shedding – NEWPAPER24




Twitter seems on the brilliant facet of load-shedding

2019-03-19 17:11:00

JOHANNESBURG – The information that Eskom has deliberate up till Stage eight of load-shedding was revealed on Tuesday.

Throughout a media briefing on Tuesday, it was revealed that extra phases are in place as a contingency measure to make sure the operability and integrity of the ability system.

South African Twitter customers responded to the information with customary humour, shortly placing collectively response memes to attempt to discover humour within the face of a darkish prospect.

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Zimbabwe seeks to boost $350m promoting shares in state corporations – NEWPAPER24




Zimbabwe seeks to boost $350m promoting shares in state corporations

2019-03-19 15:29:00

HARARE – Zimbabwe expects to boost $350-million from promoting shares in 5 state-owned telecommunications firms and a financial institution, as a part of financial reforms being pursued by the federal government, Finance Minister Mthuli Ncube mentioned in a press release.

READ: SA turned down $1bn Zimbabwe mortgage request: finance ministry

The southern African nation’s economic system is experiencing a extreme greenback crunch and faces extra headwinds from a drought this yr that has wilted crops and left as much as 5,3-million folks in want of meals support, based on a UN humanitarian company.

Ncube mentioned on Tuesday the federal government would eliminate shares in its two cell phone operators NetOne and Telecel Zimbabwe, the nation’s sole fastened line telephony firm TelOne, postal providers Zimpost and state-owned financial savings financial institution POSB.

“Work is already underway to determine transaction advisers. Authorities initiatives to understand over $350-million from this preliminary course of,” Ncube mentioned in a press release, with out giving a timeline.

Ncube was not instantly out there to remark however he mentioned in October promoting state corporations, recognized regionally as parastatals, was one of many methods to scale back authorities spending.

READ: Zimbabwe launches R3bn plea in support 

The federal government has focused promoting some or all shares in 43 of its firms, most of them loss-making and which have relied on state bailouts over time.

Rebuilding the troubled economic system is the largest problem to President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was re-elected in a disputed vote final July and is looking for to pivot away from a few of the disastrous insurance policies of his predecessor Robert Mugabe.

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