African Games 2023 in Ghana postponed
13 March 2023 | 12:08 pm
The African Games, scheduled to take place in Ghana this year, have now been postponed. This follows economic pressures, delays in preparations and acrimony among key stakeholders. The games are now set to take place in 2024.
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