FIFA World Rankings - Africa

Bafana Bafana have dropped one spot down the FIFA World Rankings to finish the year in 52nd spot following the release of the latest standings on Thursday.

Janza calls for reinforcements

Honour Janza has been forced to make changes to his 2015 African Cup of Nationssquad following an unfortunate injury to three squad members.

Zambian players injured in crash

Three Zambia international players have been injured in a road accident in the country, the Football Association of Zambia have confirmed.

Sponsor boost for Zambia

MTN Zambia have renewed their sponsorship of the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) Super Division and national soccer team.

Mweene: It will get tougher

Sundowns goalkeeper Kennedy Mweene says he expects the competition to get even tougher as the second half of the season fast approaches.

Usuthu's Mwape talks tough

AmaZulu striker Bornwell Mwape hopes to use his experience of fighting relegation back in his homeland of Zambia to Usuthu's advantage.

Kalaba: No friends in DRC

TP Mazembe and Zambia winger Rainford Kalaba says friendships will be put aside when Zambia clash with DR Congo in the 2015 African Cup of Nations.

AFCON 2015 draw completed

South Africa can expect their sternest test to date after being drawn in the 'group of death' for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.

Tembo surfaces at Chiefs

Zambian midfielder Fwayo Tembo is reportedly on trial with South African football giants Kaizer Chiefs in his search for a new club.

Mwansa backs Nkana for glory

Derrick Mwansa wants Nkana to make amends for missing out on the league title by winning Saturday's 2014 Barclays Cup final against Zesco United.

Bafana continue ranking climb

The latest round of FIFA World Rankings have been released, with Bafana Bafana one of the biggest movers up the table, while Nigeria continue their downward spiral.

Kaushi: Give Janza the job

Simon Kaodi Kaushi has called for Honour Janza to be handed the coach's job on a full-time basis following Zambia's successful qualification for AFCON 2015.

Chaminuka: Only us to blame

ZPC Kariba head coach Saul Chaminuka concedes his side can blame no-one but themselves after being pipped to the ZPSL title by Dynamos on the final day of the campaign.

Swallows not eying Kaindu

Moroka Swallows CEO Leon Prins has rubbished claims that the club are set to name Triangle United's Kelvin Kaindu as their new head coach.

Sunzu blow for Copper Bullets

Zambia have been dealt a big blow ahead of their two upcoming AFCON qualifiers following the news captain Stopilla Sunzu has been ruled out through injury.

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