19 minutes read July 4, 2013 After the World Cup is gone Do we need a book on the 2010 World Cup already? That’s the first question I asked Peter Alegi and Chris Bolsmann, editors of the brand new volume, Africa’s World Cup (University….. Read More 5 minutes read February 6, 2013 #Ghana #BlackStars is trending The Ghana Black Stars won their Afcon 2013 group and then beat Cape Verde in the quarterfinals Sunday to make it through to a semi-final later today against Burkina Faso…… Read More 3 minutes read February 5, 2013 Watching the African Nations Cup with Ghana fans on Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn While the Ghanaian migrant community in New York City is centered in the Bronx, there is a smaller, yet equally as Afcon-enthusiastic population of Ghanaians in the Flatbush/Crown Heights neighborhoods….. Read More 2 minutes read January 25, 2013 What We Learn From Day Six Of Afcon 2013 Referees are known to ruin games waving red cards. An early red card in the game between Ghana and Mali may have made this a classic. Instead the match competed….. Read More 2 minutes read February 25, 2012 The Lagos preacher and the football final When it comes to football punditry, hindsight is the easy way out. So while your very own and brave AIAC published a top 10 list of African footballers who could emerge….. Read More 2 minutes read January 20, 2012 The African Cup of Nations preview The 28th edition of the African Cup of Nations kicks off in Gabon and Equitorial Guinea tomorrow. 16 teams–including the joint hosts who did not have to qualify–will play for….. Read More 0 minutes Less than a minute read November 16, 2010 Music Break Last Sunday against Chelsea, Sunderland’s Ghanaian striker Asamoah Gyan scored his team’s second goal on the way to a 3-0 win over the defending English Premier League champions. As usual….. Read More ← Older posts ©Africa is a Country 2015 Africa is a Country Proudly powered by WordPress Theme: Stream.