In an open letter to athletes and delegates at the 2019 African Games, athlete-led organisation Global Athlete publicly backed Nigerian sprinter Blessing Okagbare after she spoke up about athlete rights ahead of competition in Rabat, Morocco.
Nigeria Olympic Committee President Habu Gumel rallied his country's African Games athletes with a "we are here to win" vow as the continental championships began in Rabat.
Morocco's King Mohammed VI has been awarded the Olympic African Order of Merit as his country hosts the ongoing African Games.
Egypt's golden start to the African Games continued as Farida Elaskalany and Doaa Elghobashy won the women's beach volleyball tournament in Rabat.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has called on the country's athletes to make the nation proud at the African Games in Rabat.
Africa's table tennis teams will begin their quest to qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games tomorrow, at the 12th African Games in Morocco's capital, Rabat.
Opening Ceremony held for 2019 African Games with lighting of virtual flame before half-empty stadium in Rabat
The 2019 African Games have officially begun following the Opening Ceremony in the Moroccan capital of Rabat - and the "lighting" of the flame.
Egypt have emerged as early leaders of the medal table at the 2019 African Games after picking up four golds in the judo in Rabat.
A strong line-up has been confirmed for the African Games karate tournament which will take place in Rabat this month.
Morocco will end a 40-year absence from the African Games tomorrow with the country hosting the 2019 edition of the competition.
A budget of almost $1.28 million (£1.05 million/€1,15 million) has been allocated to Ghana's participation at the 2019 African Games, through the Government's Ministry of Youth and Sports (MoYS) and the National Sports Authority (NSA).
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) have announced their independent observer (IO) and athlete outreach (AO) teams for the upcoming African Games in Morocco.
Zimbabwe’s Chef de Mission Eugenia Chidhakwa is confident that her country will enjoy a successful African Games in Morocco following a well-planned build up.
Ghana’s men's under-20 football team will compete at this month’s African Games in Morocco’s capital Rabat, after its Sports Ministry reversed a decision to not send a squad following the threat of a ban and fine.
Botswana's Government is funding the country's team preparations for the African Games in Morocco later this month, it has been revealed.