I basked in my father’s glory

We were all barefoot  as we kicked around a hand-made ball, made from old newspapers and plastics. The others all called me Pele after the famed Brazilian  soccer star.
By Onie Ndoro Mar. 24, 2024

Regret and mental wellbeing

Regret is an emotion that can arise when we feel we could have done things differently in life.
By Chido Rwafa-madzvamutse Jul. 9, 2023

The Soccer Whiz: Long live king Pele

Through a stroke of genius or just good fortune, Pele made the important career move to the New York Cosmos in 1975.
By Zak Hawa Jan. 8, 2023

The Soccer Whiz : Long live King Pele

It’s a country famous for its pyramids and pharaohs, Queen Cleopatra and the endless river Nile.
By Zak Hawa Jan. 2, 2023

Pelé, Brazil’s mighty king of ‘beautiful game,’ dies

He had been hospitalized for the last month with multiple ailments.
By AP Dec. 29, 2022

The great players that missed the 2022 FIFA World Cup

The absence of Sadio Mané was probably too much to handle for the Senegalese national team
By Newsday Dec. 18, 2022

The legendary Leônidas

The 1938 FIFA World Cup was probably the best moment in Leônidas’ international career.
By Newsday Dec. 16, 2022

Chicken Inn, Bosso share spoils

Gaki was involved in the second goal, setting up Munashe Pini for Chicken Inn’s second in the 62nd minute.
By Fortune Mbele Oct. 10, 2022

Countdown to World Cup 2022

What’s gone wrong, what’s the matter, why has African football failed to reach the highest pinnacle?
By Zak Hawa Sep. 25, 2022