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Namibia crowned 2015 Cosafa champs
Namibia were crowned COSAFA Cup 2015 champions when they registered a deserved 2-0 win over Mozambique in the final of the regional championship at the Moruleng Stadium in South Africa on Saturday. Read full article
Malawi sink Zambia to win Cosafa Plate
Malawi have claimed the Cosafa Cup 2015 Plate title after beating Zambia 1-0 in their final match at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace in Phokeng near Rustenburg on Friday. Read full article
Namibia, Mozambique to contest final
Late goals on Thursday took pre-tournament outsiders Namibia and Mozambique to the Cosafa Cup final in north-west South Africa mining village Moruleng. Read full article
Zambia release Sinkala
Chipolopolo vice captain Nathan Sinkala has been excused from national duty to allow him to attend to family matters and will miss tomorrow's COSAFA plate final against Malawi. Read full article
We must win the Plate - Mashaba
Bafana Bafana coach Shakes Mashaba says they will give the Plate stage a serious go as the Senior National Men’s team intends to make amends of the Cosafa Cup quarterfinal defeat to Botswana on Sunday. Read full article
Heavyweights battle for Cosafa Plate
The Cosafa Cup Plate semifinals on Wednesday will feature some of the heavyweights of the continent in what will be two fascinating match-ups at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace. Read full article
Mozambique, Madagascar reach semis
The shocks continued in the Cosafa Cup 2015 quarterfinals as Ghana were ousted by Madagascar in Monday’s first match at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace. Read full article
Bafana, Zambia still in Cosafa Cup
Cosafa have clarified erroneous media reports on Monday that suggested South Africa and Zambia will play no further part in the Cosafa Cup 2015 tournament being staged in the North West province. Read full article
Ghana now Cosafa favourites
Guests Ghana now assume the mantle of favourites for the Cosafa Cup after the field was decimated in recent days and the outcome of the southern African championship throw wide open. Read full article
Zambia, South Africa make shock exits
Holders Zambia and hosts South Africa suffered shock Cosafa Cup quarterfinals losses on Sunday after penalty shootouts in South Africa's north-western village of Moruleng. Read full article
Namibia edge Zambia on penalties
Defending Cosafa Cup champions Zambia have been beaten 5-4 on penalties by Namibia after playing to a goalless draw in their quarterfinal match at the Moruleng Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Read full article
Big guns begin quest for Cosafa glory
With the first-round group stage now a thing of the past, the Cosafa Cup 2015 enters the knockout round on Sunday with two fascinating clashes to herald in the knockout phase of the competition. Read full article
Ghana sets sights on Cup title
Coach Maxwell Konadu says his home-based Black Stars are out to do their best at the ongoing Cosafa Cup tournament. Read full article
Level at top sets up grand finale
Madagascar and Swaziland are level on points going into the final round of group play at the Cosafa Cup on Friday. Read full article
Hotto brace sends Namibia into quarters
Deon Hotto scored twice within nine minutes as Namibia stormed into the Cosafa Cup quarterfinals on Thursday by trouncing Zimbabwe 4-1 in South Africa. Read full article
Namibia need to emulate past victory
Namibia will be seeing to emulate a famous win of almost two decades ago when they meet Zimbabwe on Thursday in their final Group A match at the Cosafa Cup at Moruleng Stadium. Read full article
Malagasy, Swazis cause more upsets
Madagascar and Swaziland sprang more Cosafa Cup surprises on Wednesday to set up a Group B showdown, with a match against four-time African champions Ghana at stake. Read full article
Chance for Cosafa redemption
Lesotho and Tanzania both have a chance on Wednesday to restore their Cosafa Cup hopes. Read full article
Mauritian red-carded for heading ball
A Mauritius footballer was bizarrely sent off for heading the ball as his team lost 2-0 to Namibia on Tuesday on match-day 3 of the Cosafa Cup in South Africa. Read full article
Zimbabwe can book quarterfinal spot
Zimbabwe can book a place in the quarterfinals of the Cosafa Cup on Tuesday when they take on the Seychelles in their second Group A clash at the Moruleng Stadium. Read full article
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