Tunisia: Renewable, Sustainable Energy - Tunisia, Cameroon Seek Partnership
The government of Cameroon is expected to sign a partnership with Tunisia through the Borj Cedria Ecopark in the coming days. The Minister of Water Resources, Basile Atangana Kouna… Read more »
Burkina Faso/Tunisia: Controversial Free Kick Sets Burkinabe on Road to Victory
An elated Paulo Duarte says that it was Burkina Faso's ability to deal with the physical threat of Tunisia that ultimately saw them victorious in their African Nations Cup… Read more »
Burkina Faso/Tunisia: Stallions Hoping to Spring Surprise on Tunisia #AFCON2017
Burkina Faso will meet Tunisia in their 2017 African Nations Cup quarter-final in Libreville on Saturday with renewed hope that they can spring a surprise at this year’s… Read more »
Zimbabwe/Tunisia: Warriors Blame 'Ugly' Loss on Referee's 'Poor Decisions'
The explosive incident happened during the final Group B decider in Libreville, which produced half-a-dozen goals, with the Carthage Eagles romping to a 4-2 victory -- with all… Read more »
Burkina Faso: Tunisia, Burkina Faso in Quarter-Finals Clash
Both teams will face each other this Saturday in Libreville Read more »
Africa: Afcon Quarterfinals - Everything You Need to Know About the Weekend's Fixtures [analysis]
It's crunch time at Afcon as we head for the knockout stages of the competition. Last time out, the quarterfinals of the tournament produced a glut of goals, but with dodgy pitches… Read more »
Tunisia/Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe's Fight Back Not Good Enough for Victory
Tunisia have potentially moved from rank outsiders to among the tournament favourites at the African Nations Cup after they concluded a strong showing in Group B with a 4-2 victory… Read more »
Tunisia/Zimbabwe: Carthage Eagles Swoop on Warriors, Oust Algeria
In a show of strength, the Eagles of Carthage have defeated Zimbabwe, effectively forcing pre-game favorites Algeria out of the football tournament. Tunisia's Polish-born coach… Read more »
Zimbabwe/Tunisia: Can Musona Rescue Warriors?
ZIMBABWE coach Calisto Pasuwa has not been giving much in terms of Knowledge Musona's readiness to lead Zimbabwe tonight at the Stade de l'Amitie but the opponents Tunisia are… Read more »
Africa: The Afcon Day That Was - January 23 - Senegal, Tunisia Progress, Group C Promises Thrilling Final Day [analysis]
While Monday's final round of Group B fixtures was a case of going through the motions, Tuesday's Group C fixtures should have a bit more bite to them as the group remains fairly… Read more »
Zimbabwe/Tunisia: Can Warriors Upset the Carthage Eagles?
Tunisia need just a point from their final Group B clash with Zimbabwe in Libreville on Monday to advance to the quarterfinals of the 2017 African Nations Cup finals and at the… Read more »
Zimbabwe/Tunisia: After a Fine Start Only a Win is Enough for Warriors
THE Zimbabwe senior national football team faces probably their biggest match in their history when they clash with Tunisia in a game whose result will either usher them into the… Read more »
Africa: The Afcon Day That Was - 19 January - Senegal First to Qualify for Quarters, Ghana Horses Around [analysis]
Africa's top ranked team, Senegal, showed why they were hot favourites heading into the tournament after becoming the first side to qualify for the quarterfinals. ANTOINETTE MULLER… Read more »
Algeria/Tunisia: End of the Road for Algeria at #AFCON2017?
Algeria stand on the brink of another failure at the African Nations Cup finals after gifting Tunisia a 2-1 victory in their second Group B clash at in Franceville on Tuesday. Read more »
Africa: Tunisia Down Algeria to Keep Hopes Alive
An own goal by Amir Bensebaini and Naim Sliti in the second half was enough for Tunisia to beat Algeria 2-1 in their Group B Day 2 clash on Thursday in Franceville. Substitute… Read more »
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