Somaliland has everything one would expect from a country: its own currency, territory, parliament, flag and passport. What it does not have is a FIFA-recognised international football team. However, this is what four Britons of Somaliland descent are determined...
By Anita Singh,  ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Tuesday July 12, 2022 BBC documentary allows four-time gold medalist chance to share real version of events that describe how he was trafficked to UK as a child Sir Mo says he is 'taking a...
After a remarkable CONIFA World Football Cup in London 2018 we are more than delighted to announce to our stakeholders all over the world that the Matebeleland Football Team will return to the global stage in 2020 with dates...
This is the culmination of a marathon pacification process in the area By M.A. Egge A milestone football tournament which was in the offing is now underway expected to kick-off any moment, starting from today Sunday 18th July, in El-afweyn. Dubbed the...
By Goth Mohamed Goth Mr. Kebour Ghenna , the Executive Director of Pan African Chamber of Commerce and Industry – PACCI who is currently visiting the country today meet Hon Keyer Abdullah Mohamed, the deputy Minister of Commerce and International...
The 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, popularly known as Afcon, is the biennial championship in which Africa’s top men’s teams compete for the gold-plated African Nation Cup trophy. The winner will hoist that trophy after the final on Friday 19...
The Somaliland Minister of Sports, Youth &tourism Hon Ali Said Raygal has announced   yet postponement of the national youth tournament which was scheduled to kick-off on the 15th of this month but have now been rescheduled for the 2nd...
A documentary in which the runner reveals he was trafficked to Britain is a hot topic among people yearning for their own state One topic was on the lips of the gold merchants and black market currency traders in the...
Yorkshire IFA’s first game of 2019 in preparation for this month’s Atlantic Heritage Cup that Yorkshire will be hosting at various grounds against 3 other CONIFA registered sideshow gets underway in blustery conditions, writes Glenn Poulton. Their opponents will be...
Abdi Jama was born in the self-declared republic of Somaliland but moved to the UK aged six. In England, he became paralysed after falling from a window aged 14. He feared his dreams of being a sportsman were over, until...