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  2. FirstRand - Wikipedia

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    First National Bank Tanzania Limited – 100% Shareholding – Tanzania – A commercial bank providing retail and corporate banking. First National Bank Zambia Limited – 100% Shareholding – Zambia – A commercial bank providing retail and corporate banking.

  3. List of banks in Angola - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of Angolan banks.. The Banco Nacional de Angola (BNA), the Central Bank of Angola, is the supervising institution of all financial institutions in Angola, and has licensed 26 banks to offer banking to the Angolan market, which are listed in the table below.

  4. List of African stadiums by capacity - Wikipedia

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    Stadium Capacity City Country Home Team/s FNB Stadium: 94,736: Johannesburg South Africa South Africa national football team, Kaizer Chiefs FC: Borg El Arab Stadium: 86,000: Alexandria

  5. 2021–22 CAF Champions League knockout stage - Wikipedia

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    Petro de Luanda won 3–2 on aggregate. Semi-finals. The draw for the semi-finals was held on 5 April 2022 (after the quarter-finals draw). Summary. The first legs were played on 7 May, and the second legs were played on 13 and 14 May 2022.

  6. List of stadiums in South Africa - Wikipedia

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    The following is a list of stadiums in South Africa, ordered by capacity.Currently all stadiums in South Africa with a capacity of 10,000 or more are included.

  7. Nkhata Bay - Wikipedia

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    There are bars, restaurants, two grocery stores, a bus station, tailor shops, a taxi rank and a market in Nkhata Bay. There are four banks, NBS, FNB, Malawi Savings and Opportunity Bank, as of early 2013 the automated teller machine will allow withdrawals using most foreign credit or debit cards in the two banks on the top of the hill, NBS and ...

  8. Ethiopia national football team - Wikipedia

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    Next opponent was Zambia, and Ethiopia won 2–1 by two goals. In semi-finals however, they lost to Ivory Coast 0–1. In the third-place battle to follow, they lost 3–4 to Uganda to come in fourth place in the tournament. Tournament's star players and goal scorers were Shimelis Bekele of Awassa City and Oumed Oukri of Defence Force.

  9. List of African Cup and CAF Champions League finals - Wikipedia

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    The CAF Champions League is a seasonal association football competition established in 1964. The CAF Champions League is open to the league champions of all Confederation of African Football member associations, as well as to the clubs finishing second in the strongest leagues from the CAF 5-Year Ranking and finally, the defending champions of the competition participate too.