Friday, March 24, 2017

Pan-Africanism and the World Cup

Africa’s more progressive leaders are fighting against protectionist attitudes. At the annual meeting of the African Development Bank on May 22, President Paul Kagame of Rwanda told fellow leaders that the continent’s “most important challenges cannot be tackled by any country on its own” and that “deeper regional and continental integration is not only good for Africa, it is good for investors and trading partners. It makes it easier and cheaper and less risky to do business in Africa.”

The Mathematics Of Brazil’s Shocking 7-1 Defeat

Germany's thrashing of Brazil was unprecedented in World Cup history, but the result may not be as surprising as you might think. Can our Mathematics shed some light?

Penn Relays 2015: Africa And Jamaica Battle

PHILADELPHIA, PA -- Penn Relays 2015 came to a close on Saturday. African teams were represented at the meet held in the US city...

Penn Relays 2013: USA vs. the World Recap

A large crowd of 48,871 people visited University of Pennsylvania's Franklin Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Saturday to attend the historic Penn Relays track...

Michael Essien Ready to Unleash Real Madrid’s Dominance On Man United

After back-to-back wins over Barcelona in less than two weeks, the whites are fired up for this encounter. This marks the second time that the whites are coming to Manchester in this year’s Champions league after meeting Manchester City in the group stage. Essien has been instrumental in the Madrid team since his arrival on loan after he lost favour at Chelsea.

New Study Reveals Ghana Could Have Won the 2014 World Cup

It was possible for Ghana to win the World Cup after all. The Ghana Football Association, coaches, players, and fans must regroup after this sudden realization.

Two Ghanaians, Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari, Sink Barcelona

By ROB HUGHES: Two Ghanaians, Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari, struck fine opportunist goals. No Barcelona player — not Lionel Messi, Xavi Hernández, Andrés Iniesta or any of them — reached their level or was allowed to in A.C. Milan’s San Siro stadium on Wednesday.

Duke Basketball Victorious Over Wisconsin In Athletics And Intellect

On Monday night, the Duke University basketball team's 68-63 victory over the University of Wisconsin basketball team showed the double threat that the Duke...

Super Bowl XLIX – Was The Game Rigged?

Super Bowl 49 is over. Sadly, the game leaves a bitter taste in the mouths of fans who were looking for a fair match...

Why Talk About Tony Romo On ESPN First Take?

On ESPN's First Take, Stephen A. Smith yelled out before commercial: “It is May. Why is Tony Romo on First Take? Moderator Cari Champion...