Afcon 2013 'another SA hosting success'

South Africa has once more proved that it is a destination of choice for major sporting events after hosting a successful 2013 Africa Nations Cup, says SA Football Association president Kirsten Nematandani.

Afcon 2013 'another SA hosting success'

Nigeria's Super Eagles soar to Afcon title

The curtain came down on the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations at the National Stadium in Johannesburg on Sunday evening when Nigeria and Burkina Faso dueled to decide the champion team of Africa. After 94 minutes of action, the Super Eagles had secured their third Afcon title by a 1-0 margin.


Afcon 2013 closes in dazzling fashion

The 2013 Africa Cup of Nations closed with a dazzling musical performance by African artists before Nigeria and Burkino Faso locked horns in front of a packed crowd of 85 000 at the National Stadium outside Soweto on Sunday.

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QUICK TEAM PROFILES

Group A

Group A

Angola, Cape Verde, Morocco, South Africa.

Group B

Group B

Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Mali, Niger.

Group C

Group C

Burkino Faso, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Zambia.

Group D

Group D

Algeria, Côte d'Ivoire, Togo, Tunisia.

Africa's stars on show

Africa's stars on show

Some of the continent's biggest football stars will be on show at Afcon 2013.

Bafana Bafana: a quick history

Bafana Bafana

A quick history of the team that represents the Rainbow Nation.

Hosting the big sporting events

Hosting the big events

Our track record for hosting major international sporting events speaks for itself.

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