January 2016

It is on record that Olufunke Oshonaike is the second successful female table tennis player in Africa after compatriot, Bose Kaffo, having won 12 gold medals at the African Games and despite being engrossed with her family chores, she still

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Having put the round of 16 exit at the 2015 African Games behind him, one Africa’s successful players, El-Sayed Lashin believes he can use the forthcoming ITTF Africa Top 16 Cup to re-establish himself at the continental and global stages.

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Islem Laid grew through the rank having started as a cadet player to becoming a formidable junior player for his native country, Algeria. She had a memorable moment as a junior player when she featured at the 2010 World Youth

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Derek Abrefa and Cynthia Kwabi are two of Ghana’s table tennis stars who have continued to prove their mettle both at national and international levels. In 2013, 22 year-old Cynthia Kwabi was named the Best Female Table Tennis Player by

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Situated in the Horn of Africa, Djibouti was the home for a recent Women’s Coaching Course; proceedings commenced on Sunday 27th December and concluded on Sunday 3rd January.   Organised under the auspices of the ITTF Development Programme in conjunction

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In Nigeria, Segun Toriola holds the record of being the first Nigerian to feature in six Olympic Games after the 2012 London Olympic Games. However, all eyes will be on the former five-time Africa champion when the 2016 Africa Olympic

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