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By Qalinle Hussein On Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010
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French players book second class seats

BLOEMFONTEIN, South Africa — Raymond Domenech’s refusal to shake the hand of South Africa coach Carlos Alberto after his team’s 2-1 World Cup loss brought the unpopular coach’s six-year reign More...

By SomalilandPress On Sunday, June 13th, 2010
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Gyan dedicates goal to all Africa

South Africa (SomalilandPress)–Ghana goal hero Asamoah Gyan said his winning penalty in the 1-0 victory over Serbia was for the whole of Africa. Gyan smashed home from the spot late on to ensure Ghana got More...

By Qalinle Hussein On Friday, June 11th, 2010
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To Save Africa, Reject Its Nations

THE World Cup, which began yesterday, is bringing deserved appreciation of South Africa as a nation that transitioned from white minority domination to a vibrant pluralist democracy. Yet its achievements stand largely More...

By Qalinle Hussein On Friday, June 11th, 2010
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SOMALILAND: Hargeisa selected as one of the 14th World Cup “pilgrams”

HARGEISA (Somalilandpress) — The Institute for Practical Research and Training (IPRT) is pleased that the Chinua Achebe Center and Chimurenga have chosen Somaliland’s capital city, Hargeisa, as one of 14 More...

By Qalinle Hussein On Wednesday, May 5th, 2010
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Somaliland: Really Peaceful – K’naan

HARGEISA (Somalilandpress) — If you’re a soccer fan and you haven’t heard the music of K’Naan, chances are about 100 percent that you will soon. A rising star who was born in war-ravaged More...

By Hassan Ali On Tuesday, October 20th, 2009
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Re: 2010 Terror Plot

JOHANNESBURG, 20 October 2009 (Somalilandpress) – “Somali’s in Khayelitsha and other informal settlements in South Africa are more worried about Survival and Xenophobia-but not terrorism” Saeed Furaa.  More...

By Qalinle Hussein On Thursday, July 9th, 2009
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South Africa strike hits stadium work

Durban, Jul 9 2009 (Somalilandpress) — Some 70,000 construction workers in South Africa have gone on strike, halting work on stadiums being built for the 2010 World Cup. Unions are threatening to wreck the More...