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The edition is dedicated to the Black Lives Matter Movement which has rocked the United States of America and other parts of the world, following the inhumane and unconscientious murder of George Floyd by an American Policeman and three other officer accomplices.
The Magazine covers interesting topics such as a keynote address from Liberia President and former CAF & FIFA Player of The Year, George Weah, on COVID-19 and its effects on sports in Africa, with plans and strategies on way forward for the continent to get on after the pandemic.
The believe it and achieve it story of Ghana Black Star, Thomas Partey, from the streets of Krobo-Odumase to becoming a 'terror in the middle' at Atletico Madrid, is one the readers will love to read over and over.
The triumph story of Ruth Gbagbi, Rio 2016 Olympics Taekwondo Gold medalist for Ivory Coast, is an inspiration for women in sports who have been faced with failure and doubts of ever making it to the top.
Didier Drogba's ambition to head the football federation in his home country against the competition of politically allied oppositions; report on the Basketball Africa League, and tips on preparation for competitions from Ghana's Bobsleigh Olympic athlete, Akwasi Frimpong, loads the Africa Sports Monthly Magazine for this month with captivating, power-packed stories.
The June edition promises fantastic reading sure to keep interests hanging for July.