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  • PM Wades Into the Crack Mayor Fiasco
  • The Black Magic of Success
  • Death in Qatar Sparks Concerns Over Labor Conditions for Migrant Workers
  • Climate Change Pledges Fall Short, Says UN
  • The Grim Past of Nazi War Criminal Comes to Light
  • Mandela Exhibition Opens in Johannesburg
  • Nigeria’s Stock Market Bouncing Back
  • Africa Gets First Underwater Hotel
  • Africa’s Child-Friendly Index

The Black Magic of Success

The use of witchcraft or “juju” in soccer games in Zimbabwe is causing tension throughout the sport.

Soccer officials are now investigating claims that players who engage in ancient rituals using bones, feathers, river pebbles and even baboon urine are being given an unfair advantage.  

(Photo: ANTONIO SCORZA/AFP/Getty Images)

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