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AFCON 2021

Nigeria’s preps for Afcon 2021 hit by withdrawal of key players

Strikers Emmanuel Dennis and Victor Osimhen are among the players to be missed by the Super Eagles in Cameroon.

CAF announces new Afcon broadcast partners

The TotalEnergies CAF Africa Cup of Nations Cameroon 2021 is scheduled for 9 January 2022 until 6 February 2022, and the opening match will be played on Sunday 9 January 2022 at the newly-built Olembe Stadium in Yaoundé.

Egypt, Nigeria in same group as Caf reveals 2021 Afcon draws

The two nations are in group D alongside Sudan and Guinea-Bissau.

Sudan beat S. Africa to qualify for AFCON finals

Heading into the final round of Group C matches, Sudan needed a win at home by all costs while Bafana Bafana needed just a draw to progress as they went into the game in second place ahead of the Sudanese.

Uganda Cranes fly to Malawi

Uganda must avoid defeat against the home side in order to make it to the Afcon finals for a third successful time.

FUFA to charter plane for Cranes trip to Malawi

Uganda take on group B leaders Burkina Faso (8 points) on Wednesday at St. Mary’s Kitende. The Cranes are currently second on seven points while Malawi and South Sudan are on 4 and 3 points respectively.

Big boost for Cranes ahead of Burkina Faso game

All the players have arrived and it's full house in the Uganda Cranes camp after four players joined the team on Tuesday to bring the total to 29.

Opinion: Uganda Cranes is the pride of every Ugandan

There is no amount of intimidation and distortion of facts that can ever make us managers of the team relent from applying the rules as they are. We are living in trying times and football rules on COVID-19 are very stringent.

Aucho apologises to Fufa, fans

"To FUFA, fellow players, fans and friends; I can only say I'm sorry. I also accept the fact that many of you will not believe my apology or anything I say at this point but this is my only official statement and it's from the bottom of my heart."

Abdallah Mubiru: Trust us, we’ll deliver

Uganda who are second in group B with seven points from four games, host leaders Burkina Faso (8) on March 24 before playing away against 3rd placed Malawi (4) on March 29, 2021.

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Doctors ask for Kampala- Entebbe express highway toll fees waiver

This, UMA says once waived off, will ease their movement while attending to emergencies.

Museveni finally signs NSSF bill into law

President Yoweri Museveni has finally signed the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Amendment Bill 2021 into law.

Ugandan novelist Kakwenza set to appear in court over abuse of first family

Earlier on Monday, Kakwenza's lawyer Eron Kiiza said his client was leading the operatives to his home search but looked tortured and was urinating blood.

South Africans bid farewell to Archbishop Desmond Tutu

The requiem mass is taking place at Cape Town's St. George's Cathedral where, for years, Tutu used the pulpit to rail against a brutal white minority regime.

Nigeria’s preps for Afcon 2021 hit by withdrawal of key players

Strikers Emmanuel Dennis and Victor Osimhen are among the players to be missed by the Super Eagles in Cameroon.

Museveni fully opens up economy

Several Ugandans especially those involved in the night economy had consistently complained about the prolonged economy-lockdown which had lasted for close to two years.

CAF announces new Afcon broadcast partners

The TotalEnergies CAF Africa Cup of Nations Cameroon 2021 is scheduled for 9 January 2022 until 6 February 2022, and the opening match will be played on Sunday 9 January 2022 at the newly-built Olembe Stadium in Yaoundé.

Uganda eject South Africa out of FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup qualifiers

Uganda will face either Ghana or Zambia in the fourth round of the qualifies.