South Africa Confirmed as New Cosafa Hosts After Zimbabwe Pullout
The South African Football Association and eThekwini Municipality have stepped in to host the championship from May 25 to June 8 after Zimbabwe pulled out at the last minute. The 14-nations southern African regional event was in danger of not being played after Zimbabwe could not secure government financial support.
Cosafa Case Haunts Warriors in Afcon Preps
The Herald, 17 April 2019
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