Former Bafana captain Tovey in ICU after suffering heart attack
Former South Africa captain Neil Tovey has been admitted to the intensive care unit of a Durban hospital after suffering three heart attacks on Tuesday.

Tovey, who captained Bafana Bafana when they won the Africa Cup of Nations in 1996 and received the cup from President Nelson Mandela, who was wearing a Bafana jersey, is said to have to have been resuscitated after the attacks.alt
South Africa qualify for U-17 World Cup finals
The South U-17 team qualified for the finals of the FIFA U-17 World Cup for the first time on Sunday by beating Cameroon 3-1 to finish second in Group B at the African U-17 Championships behind group winners Mali. The two teams join Nigeria and Guinea, who qualified for the global event on Saturday.

In an exclusive interview with the association, the South African coach Molefi Ntseki, looks back at this remarkable achievement.alt
Djakpa looking for success with Elephants
Cote d’Ivoire defender Constant Djakpa is confident that the new generation of players can bring the Elephants the success that the golden generation of Drogba and the Kolo brothers had not.
CAF president Hayatou calls for exemplary sanctions
CAF president Issa Hayatou has called for exemplary sanctions after a Cameroonian footballer died after he was struck on the head by an object thrown from the crowd at the end of an Algerian league match.
Troussier in Tunisia
Philippe Troussier has coached a number of national teams and clubs in Africa, Asia and his native France. He has recently joined Tunisian club CS Sfaxien and with two victories out of two took them to the semi-finals of the CAF Champions League. He spoke to African Football Media.
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