Stories For Life 2022

Stories are narratives of series of related events which can either be imaginary or factual. They’re told or read to pick moral lessons that inspire our lives. Here are few short but very inspirational stories that can shape your life!


One day, a master instructed his unhappy apprentice to scoop a handful of salt in a glass of water and then taste it. Immediately he tasted, he spat, and the master asked how it tasted; he replied by saying “Awful”. Again, the master asked him to fetch the same amount of salt and put it in a lake and taste from the lake; he did, but he gave a suitable remark this time around.

He told his master he didn’t taste the salt. The master then sat beside the troubled apprentice and said, “the pain in life is like pure salt; neither a big pain nor small pain. Which means the amount of pain in life remains exactly the same. But the amount we taste in the “pain” depends on the container we put into.

Recommended Stories

Moral Lesson: When you’re in pain, the only thing you can do is enlarge your senses. Don’t let the pain eat you up! Stop being a glass, be a lake! Do something that will take your mind off the pain.


Stories For Life 2021



Socrates met a young man who kept asking him about the secret to success at a riverside. Socrates asked the young man to walk with him in the river. As they were getting deeper, the river reached their neck. Surprisingly, Socrates carried the man and dunked him into the water.

The guy struggled and wanted to free himself, but Socrates was strong enough to keep him there until he found out the guy was turning blue, then he pulled him out. The first thing the guy did was to gasp and take a deep breath of air. Then Socrates asked what he needed most when he was kept in the water, and the guy said “Air”. Socrates said, “that is the secret of success. When you want success as badly as you want air, then you will get it”. 

Moral Lesson: 

The starting point of every achievement is having a burning desire. This is because a weak desire cannot yield success. 


 Two guys were engaged in an argument in class, and both of them were convinced they were right but accused each other of being wrong. So, their teacher decided to teach them a very important lesson. The teacher placed her desk in front of the class and placed each at both ends of the desk. She then put an object in the middle of the desk, which had different colors on each side.

Basically, each of them would just see the color facing them. One side was black, and the other was white. The teacher asked each of them the color they see, and the guys could only describe just the colors from each viewpoint. 


Moral Lesson: Sometimes, we need to look at the problem from the other person’s view in order to truly understand his/ her perspective


A 24-year-old boy seeing out of a train’s window, shouted…

 “Dad, look, the trees are going behind” the father smiled. 

A young couple sitting nearby looked at the 24-year old’s childish behavior with pity. Suddenly, the son exclaimed again.

“Dad, look, the clouds are running with us!” the couple who couldn’t resist said to the man. “why don’t you take your son to a doctor?” the man replied with a smile and told them they were just coming from the hospital; his son was blind from birth and had just got his eyes.

Moral Lesson: every single person on this earth has a story. Don’t judge people before you truly know them.


Thomas Edison tried two thousand different materials in search of a filament for the light bulb. When none worked as they expected, his assistant complained, “all our work is in vain. We have learned nothing”.

Thomas replied very confidently, “at least we now know that two thousand elements cannot be used to make a good light bulb”

Moral Lesson: In life, mistakes are bound to happen but never look down on your mistakes. Learn from your mistakes!



The U.S. Embassy in Accra, Ghana has debunked false and misleading stories stories that

”Ghanaians Can Now Spend Up-To 30 Days In USA Without A Visa”

Jayne Howell, the Consul General (U.S. Embassy in Accra, Ghana) has clarified the fake ‘Ghana- U.S – 30 Days Visa Free Rumours circulating out there. 

‘The visa restrictions apply to ONLY Ghanaian executive and legislative branch employees and their spouses and children and domestic employees of Ghanaian diplomats” ~ Jayne Howell,

For all those planning on traveling to the U.S. and wondering if they are affected by the visa ban or not, kindly watch the ‘Visa Restriction Clarification’ video below.

or simply visit their website at  for accurate information



Source.Credit: U.S. Embassy Ghana



US President Joe Biden Appoints Judge Maame Ewusi-Mensah Frimpong As California State Judge. Congratulations are in Order!

President Biden has appointed legal practitioner Maame Ewusi-Mensah Frimpong, of Ghanaian descent, to take an active part in the country’s judicial administration.

On Wednesday, September 08, 2021, the president nominated the young Black-American woman judge to have a seat at the nation’s federal courts, among other federal judges from diverse backgrounds. Where racial justice and women empowerment are concerned, the trends in choosing such leaders have been regarded as historic and worthwhile.

It has also raised the hopes of the citizens, sought to promote unity in diversity, access, and inclusion of citizens irrespective of background differences, among other social and economic interventions to fight for what the democrats have termed as the soul of America. 

Recommended Stories

President Biden involving more brown and black people and more females in the federal courts is the opposite of President Donald Trump’s having majority white males occupying the Appeal Court. The move has candidly confirmed his decision to promote diversity in the federal bench. 

Judge Maame Ewusi-Mensah Frimpong’s nomination has called for many reactions and praises from native citizens and those in the diaspora on the internet. Most of the feedbacks praised the US president for black women’s inclusion in the administration of the state.

US President Joe Biden Appoints Judge Maame Ewusi-Mensah Frimpong As California State Judge.

In the same vein, the African American young woman and judge has been congratulated for the incredible feat of putting her native country on the world’s map. Her success also encourages young African women not to give up on their dreams because they will thrive when the time is right.

Judge Maame Ewusi-Mensah Frimpong, having worked for almost five years at the Superior Court in Los Angeles County, California, will now be serving as a judge at the US District Court for Central of California.

Media sources have reported that she becomes the only black woman to have a seat on any of the four federal districts courts of the California state and also the only black female to be selected among the eight judges serving on both the US court of appeals for the ninth circuit and district courts on a lifetime nomination.

Read More Here:3 New Federal Trial Judge Nominees Welcomed in California 

Born to Ghanaian immigrant parents in the US, judge Maame Ewusi Mensah was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. She began as a pupil-teacher following her undergraduate education from Harvard University before furthering her education in law in the United States of America at the Yale Law school. 

Her judicial career then began, of which she served remarkably at several law firms, including the US district court, under the supervision of Hon. Stephen Reinhardt and the Morrison and Foerster law firm in San Francisco as an Associate. 

Between 2007 and 2015, the American-born Ghanaian legal practitioner served in various roles at the US Department of Justice in Washington D.C on issues related to governance, international trade, intellectual property, financial fraud, migration, tax, consumer protection, and a lot more of which she handled matters on a higher degree of professionality. 

In 2015, she joined the Millennium Challenge Corporation in Washington D.C, where she worked as the secretary, general counsel, and later vice president before her appointment at the Superior Court in Los Angeles County, California, in 2016.

Congratulations are in order! This is a well-deserved success to Judge Maame Ewusi-Mensah Frimpong, people of color, women, and Ghanaians at large.

Photo Credit: Sir Joe | GHNEWS

Hello SEPTEMBER! Goodbye August! Happy New Month Everyone!

SEPTEMBER 2021 Keep Moving You can’t start the next chapter of your life if you keep re-reading the last one.

This is the month of everlasting blessings and many successes. Below are some Biblical readings for September 1st to consider

Enjoy this special September message from Bishop David Oyedepo Ministry

‘In everything, give thanks; otherwise, you will quench the Spirit. Ingratitude stops the intervention of the Spirit; it stops the finger of God, which is what brings you success.’

Recommended Stories

Therefore, do not worry, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear? For after all these things the Gentiles seek. For your heavenly Father knows that you need all these things.  But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you.  Matthew 6:31-33

‘Quit discounting yourself. Quit thinking you can’t pray for something big; you don’t have the faith, you don’t come from the right family. God says you can ask for things that seem impossible.’ Joel Osteen


Hello September African celebs
Hello Autumn


Hello September African celebs
Hello September


Africans Who Won Medals at The Tokyo Olympics 2021

This season of Olympic championship in Tokyo, Japan has seen many African representatives making their space through the envious positions with historic performances and earning medals.

From the east to the west, north and south of the continent have all tasted excellence and broken continental records. Also, people of African descent representing teams abroad led their teams and countries to achieve incredible feat as well as landmark nods at the just ended Tokyo, 2020.

More Sports GIST

Here are some of Africans who won medals during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics games, in no particular order

Kenya’s long-distance runner Peres Jepchirchir won gold medal for the women’s marathon in the space of 2hours, 27minutes, 20 seconds.

Peres Jepchirchir begun achieving success in running way back in her school days before her official road race competition in 2013 where she won in the 10kilonmetre distance race in South Africa. In France same year, she won the Le Lion Half Marathon, the Marseille-Cassis Classique Internationale and the Corrida de Houilles. Again, she competed in Kenya’s Cross-Country Championships in 2014, taking the second position.

Tokyo Olympics 2021 - Peres Jepchirchir
Photo Credit: Peres Jepchirchir Twitter

Since then, the 27-year-old medallist has won back-to-back in her subsequent games as a Kenyan athletics team member since 2016. She was honoured two world best records titles at the 2017 Ras Al Khaimah (RAK) Half Marathon held in the United Arab Emirates but for a short period.

Brigid Kosgei, who is also she is a Kenyan marathon runner who took the second position following her colleague Peres Jepchirchir’s win in the just ended Tokyo 2020 women’s marathon race. She won the silver medal making her 3rd in World Marathon Championships.

Brigid Kosgei started training as a runner when she was 17 years with her now husband Matthew Kosgei. She made her professional appearance in the 2016 marathon held in Lisbon, Portugal where she came second. In 2017, Brigid Kosgei won silver at the Chicago marathon and silver at the London marathon for her second position.

Brigid Kosgei Olympics 2021
Photo Credit: Brigid Kosgei (Twitter)

Following her silver medals, she made another feat at the 2018 Chicago marathon winning the gold medal. Then in 2019, won the women’s marathon competition held in London becoming the youngest female to win such competition in the history of the event’s category.

She broke her own records in the same year at the 2019 Chicago marathon and won in the space of 2 hours, 14 minutes, 4 seconds for her third gold medal in the race. She was then entitled the world record holder for women’s marathon championships until her teammate, Peres Jepchirchir’s overtook her in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games. In all, Brigid Kosgei has in her possession 4 gold medals and 3 silver medals alongside her success in local and individual competitions.

 Ugandan born Joshua K Cheptegei is a long-distance runner, who started training as a long-distance runner after basic school. Prior to unveiling his remarkable talent in running, he used to play for his school’s long jump and triple jump team. Trained by renowned Netherlands coach, Addy Ruiter, the 24-year-old Ugandan runner is also a professional athlete for the NN running team based in the Netherlands.

Photo Credit: Joshua Kiprui Cheptegei (Twitter)

He is famously known for his world championship records in long distance race including the 2019, London world champion in the 10,000-metre race and Tokyo 2020 winner for the 5,000 and 10,000 metres competition.  Joshua Cheptegei is also the tenth man to hold the 5,000 and 10,000 metres world records at the same time in one season in the history of Olympics. In total, Joshua Cheptegei has won seven (7) gold medals and two (2) silver medals since his professional competitions.


Burkinabe triple jump and long jump athlete, Hugues Fabrice Zango. won Burkina Faso’s maiden Olympic medal after winning the bronze in the Men’s Triple Jump at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Record-breaking Fabrice Zango made his first professional and international appearance as a triple jump athlete at the 2013

Another history maker Fabrice Zango has successfully grabbed medals in most of his triple jump major competitions. He has in his possession four silver medals locally and international, a gold medal at the 2018 African championships and two bronze, including the 2019 Doha world championships and the just ended Tokyo Olympic games.

Peruth Chemutai is also one of the most celebrated African athletes in the 2020 Olympics to emerge from East Africa, Uganda. She set a landmark record as the first woman to ever win a medal and as a matter of fact, the gold medal for the 3000metres women’s race at the just ended Olympic games held in Tokyo.

Peruth Chemutai Tokyo Olympics 2021

Her debut major championship was in the 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games which took place in Apia, Samoa where she won the silver medal in both 1500 and 3000metres race.

American/ South Sudanese 19-year-old Athing Mu also won two gold medals in the final women’s 800-meters and 4 × 400 metres relay events in the space of 1hour, 55minutes, 21seconds for the former and 3hours,16minutes, 85seconds for the United States. Born in the United States, Athing Mu is specializes in the 400 and 800metres under the middle-distance race.

Before her current national record at the Olympic games, she had set a record for the under-20 world best in the indoor 600metres race in 2019 at the age of 16 with the fastest run in 1hour, 23minutes, 57seconds. Again, she won the gold medal in 800metres at the 2019 Pan American Under-20 Championships held in Costa Rica. Then a silver medal at the 2018, youth Olympics held in Argentina’s capital city, Buenos Aires.

Christine Mboma becomes the first ever Namibian female to win Olympic medal. She also set the record for the first time for Namibia since 1996.  The 18-year-old athlete won the silver medal for her home country Namibia in the 200metres women’s race in 0.28s at the just ended Olympic games in Tokyo. Christine Mboma began engaging in athletics competitions at the age of 15

Recommended Stories

Ese brume who hails from the delta state in of Nigeria won the bronze medal as she comes third in the women’s long jump event at the Olympics in the long jump with 6.97metres leaping. With her five time and tree time success is well known in the sports industry and has gained national and international recognition because of her talent. Some include African junior championships and African athletics championships, gold medal at the 2014, Commonwealth games, and bronze in the 2019 world athletics championships in Doha, Qatar and more.

Congratulations To all the 2021 Olympic athletes 


Is Ceek ending the sponsorship deal with Asante Kotoko?

Award-winning virtual platform Ceek VR is allegedly considering pulling out of their sponsorship deal with top Ghanaian Football Club, the porcupine warriors due serious leaks.

The news has not come as a surprise to most people who have seen part of the confidential agreement circulating all over the internet and wondered why someone from Kotoko will decide to leak such confidential document to the media and the motive behind such action.

According to multiple sources, some Kotoko members are not too pleased about Nana Yaw Amponsah being the CEO and his vision for porcupine warriors. As a result, have decided to frustrate him. PENDREAM TV (YouTube) and others have named some of sabotagers and leakers who want the young CEO out of the enviable Kotoko seat.

Recommended Stories

The Ceek Kotoko Confidential Contract was leaked, after CEO, Nana Yaw Amponsah mention during the official launching of Asante Kotoko partnership with Southampton on that

”on the juicy part of our partnership with ..“I will love to announce that, @CEEK  for the first part of the partnership, are giving us $100,000 in cash and products.”‘


He further added that ‘

‘The cash has gone a long way to help us with the Adako Jachie project and the products they are giving us have also seen our fans see the players wear the @CEEK headset to cool off before and after matches’

Reports indicate that Ceek’s decision of terminating their sponsorship with the club is as a result of  what others deem as unprofessional and unacceptable behaviour from such a respectable football club leaking confidential contract details to the media.

Fans out have called few journalists for their greed for money and hypocritical nature of doing anything to revive their failing careers.

Others believe this will deter other sponsors from approaching Football clubs or businesses in Ghana. We came across the post below and is obvious from the comments even the fans a appalled by leak.

Below are some replies to the post below:

‘No club which is effectively managed is subjected to these nonsense enquiries from some so called media. No media in Egypt can disclose to you even the font in which Ahly or Zamalek’s sponsorhip deals were written in.’

What do you gain from leaking details of a contract to the public? What do you gain??!

‘Irresponsible journalism. And you same people will criticize our league and teams for lack of sponsorship’

First of all I don’t think Kotoko mgt owe it a duty to publish or give contracts dey sign wit any sponsor to any journalist or media hse.if any journalist or media hse thinks it’s compulsory to ve de contracts n r not getting dey shd go to court n not waste our ears

Ceek Considering Termination Of Kotoko Contract Over Leakage

We checked the Ceek product and noticed that the headphones cost $249.99 per each.  50 x $249.99 = over $124k + $50 = $174k per year.

We honestly hope leakers in Kotoko camp will  put aside their differences and accept and support the current CEO Nana Yaw Amponsah to bring the vision he has for the club.

Both officials of Ceek and Asante Kotoko have not come out officially to explain in details the root cause of the news to the public. 

Stay tuned for more details as and when there is any official revelation from Kotoko or development from both parties.

What is more surprising about all these leakages is the fact that, ”Ceek Considering Termination Of Kotoko Contract Over Leakage” has been leaked! 

What do you think about the above? Leave your comments


Giannis Antetokounmpo Wins 2021 NBA Finals MVP

NBA’s Greatest of all time and most valuable player for Milwaukee Bucks, Giannis Antetokounmpo was born on December 06, 1994, in Athens, Greece to Nigerian parents.

The Greek professional basketball player, successfully secured a professional contract with Filathlitikos which made his family move to Zografou in Athens, the club’s location. His parents also got a job through the support of the team’s manager. Giannis served the team at the youth level for three years with a spectacular performance in every competition. His undisputable tactics and dribbles attracted several top-notch basketball clubs around Europe.

Giannis Antetokounmpo later moved to the club’s senior team in 2012 where he was among the representatives of the team in the year’s league. The ace basketball player signed another contract with CAI Zaragoza, a basketball club in Spain which he represented for only a year. In 2013, he qualified for NBA’s selections for the season of 2013/2014 and was among the first selection for Milwaukee Bucks where he began his official contract for the club.

Recommended Stories

In less than a year with Bucks, he had excelled and ranked top-earning him competitions including NBA All-Star Weekend’s match, “Rising Stars Challenge” held at New Orleans, ‘Slam Dunk’ and “All-Rookie Line-up”. His one-year contract with Bucks was then renewed for another two years thus, from 2014-2016.

His unimaginable flairs and speed play on the basketball court earned him the nickname, “Greek Freak”. He led the Bucks basketball team in Milwaukee to champion a lot of competitions and earned back-to-back league MVPs among other juicy honors after putting up great scores in all the seasons.

His commitment and outstanding performance for the game and team has won him a lot of award such as the “Eastern Conference Player” in 2015, “Most Improved Player” award in 2017 the “NBA Defensive Player of the Year” in 2020. He was again selected as “All-Star captain” in 2019 and 2020 when he led the Eastern Conference in voting in the above years.

He became the first player in the history of the NBA to complete a regular season in the top 20 in all five statistics of total points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks from 2016-2017. He’s been honored as the youngest player to score mind-blowing points and consistently at every game.

This time around with a historic and trailblazing record, the Greek Freak has led Bucks to be champions for the first time after their victory 50 years ago, in the just-ended NBA finals against Phoenix Suns. He was also adjudged the Most Valuable Player (MVP).

Follow us:- Facebook, Youtube,

Photo Credit: Giannis Antetokounmpo

Great Ideas for dating during COVID

Whether you are dating offline or online during this pandemic era, we hope some of the Ideas for dating during Covid below will help you.

The global pandemic has drifted us all away from each other. While that’s true for the physical part, it’s false for matters of the heart! Nothing can beat what two people feel for each other, and hence, dating during COVID is taking place in full swing.


Here are some fantastic online and offline dating ideas during the global pandemic!

1. Read a book together

Tune your feelings with the ideas and thoughts you learn from the written word!

couple goals

Do you and your partner share a favourite genre? Even if you don’t have a common ground, pick a book that you’d love to read with your beau. And if not a book, you could just read poetry to each other.

2. Paint or draw together

Art is the ultimate retreat for the creative couple!

couple painting

Choose a particular subject to draw or paint together. Or better yet, why not try drawing or painting each other? You could do this using a photo or even while going live on a video call.

3. Cook or bake a dish together

Pick a recipe that both of you love!

couple cooking 

Whether it’s a dinner dish or a cake, pick a recipe from the Internet (or share your own). Try cooking or baking while you’re on audio or video call to add to the fun! If you don’t want to try anything new, just make a drink or a cup of tea together.

Recommended Stories

5. Watch a movie together

Did you know you could watch a movie online?

couple watching movie together

Websites like letsgaze and watch2gether allow two people to watch video content at the same time. So not only can the two of you watch in sync, but you can also chat and view each other on webcam live while you’re at it!

6. Go on photography trips

You could do photo tours – both online and offline!

dating photography trips 

Why not plan a tour around town solely to take photos? Visit important landmarks and sites or click the empty streets. Or you could even take photos live while on a video call.

Read Also: Do you tell a girlfriend when her husband is cheating on her

7. Go on an outdoor café date

Lunch and dinner dates are still pretty possible!

outdoor café date

If you and your partner live in the same city and with no problematic lockdown situation, why not meet up in an outdoor café? Remember to follow all COVID-19 safety guidelines, even if you have been vaccinated. It’s essential!

8. Go on a cycling adventure

Physical activities while maintaining social distancing can be quite refreshing!

Dating cycling adventure

Cycling is one of those sporty activities that you can easily do while keeping a distance. If you don’t have bicycles, get them on rent for you and your partner. Then, plan a trip to the countryside or if you already live there, what are you waiting for?


If you choose to convert any online date into an offline one, keep it short. Have fun but maintain social distancing. Don’t forget to wear your masks and carry your sanitisers with you. Also, avoid touching public spaces unnecessarily. Even if you’re vaccinated, it’s still essential to follow all COVID-19 SOPs while you’re dating in a pandemic!

Check out Facebook Page for more GIST

Goodbye July, Hello August

Welcome to the month of August that signifies love, strength, and beauty. August is the eight amongst the twelve months in our contemporary world calendar. It has 31 days.


For most christians the month of August symbolises Divine Breakthrough, Good Health,  Blessings, New Opportunities 


Perfect picture to use as screensaver this AugustOriginally, it was regarded as the sixth month under the Ancient Roman calendar consisting of ten months, excluding the current months, January and February. Hence it was identified as Sextillius, a Latin word for the position, sixth.  

However, the Gregorian calendar or modern-day calendar involving twelve months, August is the eight month and was named in honour of Roman Emperor, Gaius Octavius Thurinus who was given the title, Augustus Caesar meaning, “the great one” or “the vulnerable one”.  He was the first Roman ruler who served from 27 BC until his demise in AD 14.

Goodbye July, Hello August

Geographically, the month of August is the fall of summer in the northern hemisphere and in the southern hemisphere, it’s the fall of winter. The month is traditionally associated to three birthstones which are, peridot, onyx, and spinel.

Recommended Stories

These gemstones are a representation of strength, balance, peace, healing, and protection. They also encourage great passion, dedication and longevity. Therefore, individuals born in the month of August are characterised with most of the features surrounding their birthstones.

Healthy option this new month- August

Its floral representation includes the herbaceous plants poppies and gladiolus which signifies marriage, family, peace and love. The zodiac signs for the month of August are Leo and Virgo. Thus, August 01 to 22 is for the former zodiac sign and from August 23 going is for the latter Zodaic sign.


August is known for the celebration of official and non-official fun event which includes, the national girlfriend’s day, national friendship day, national sister’s day, watermelon day among several others.

Ideal image to use as screensaver for beach lovers this August

Happy new months to you all. Best wishes in this month of love, strength, healing end many more.

In this blog you will know about: Richest Football Clubs In Africa,  Football has become the most popular and lucrative game in Africa. Soccer clubs in Africa transcends the spectacular flairs portrayed by the players and the cheering from supporters on the field of play.

Today, there are a lot of football clubs in Africa and with their national and continental success, are doing extremely well in our contemporary world of business. let’s look at some of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa. Read more: Enock mwepu Brighton sign-zambian midfielder from RB Salzburg

In no particular order 

Kaizer Chiefs is a South African soccer club playing in the Premier Soccer League of South Africa. The team is popular among the few clubs in South Africa making extraordinary feats in and around the world.

It’s regarded as the club with the highest trophies (more than 50 trophies) from the South African Premier Soccer League and the rival of league contestants, Orlando Pirates.

It was established on January 07, 1970, with its jersey colors black and gold. It is currently coached by Stuart Baxter and chaired by Kaizer Motaung. Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

More Sports News

Richest Football Clubs In Africa
Richest Football Clubs In Africa

Al Ahly Sporting Club is an Egyptian soccer club that was founded on April 24, 1907, in Egypt’s capital, Cairo by Omar Lotfy who was the head of the High School Students’ Club at the time. This is of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

The name “Al Ahly” is an Arabic word that literally means “The National Club”. The club plays a couple of leagues which are, CAF Champions League, Egyptian Premier League, Cairo League, and Egypt Cup.

As the most decorated and second-best soccer club in the world, “the Red Devils” is ranked as the club with the most trophies. It has won 10 titles for CAF Champions League, 42 trophies for Egyptian Premier League, 37 for Egypt Cup, 11 for Egyptian Super Cup, and 1 CAF Confederation Cup.

It has 22 continental trophies and 23 international titles. Al Ahly SC is currently owned by veteran Al Ahly player Mahmoud El Khatib and managed by Pitso Mosimane.

Tout Puissant Mazembe is a Congolese soccer club founded in 1939 in present-day Lubumbashi, the third-largest city in the Republic of Congo. This is of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

It plays in the CAF championship and DR Congo’s Linafoot league.

TP Mazembe is regarded as one of the most successful football clubs in Africa having achieved 38 trophies locally and internationally, following its existence 82 years ago.

Recommended Stories

The breakdown of the titles includes 27 for domestic competitions and 11 for international competitions. Currently, the club is coached and headed by Mihayo Kazembe and Moïse Katumbi.

Zamalek Sporting Club is another most decorated Egyptian soccer club widely known for its strong local rivalry with a neighboring club, Al Ahly SC.  Zamalek was founded on January 5, 1911, by the late, George Merzbach who was a Belgian lawyer.

Playing in the Egyptian Premier League, Zamalek has won 12 domestic titles, 25 Egyptian cups, and 2 national super cups.

The club is currently chaired by Hussein Labib, the acting president, and managed by Patrice Carteron.

These giant teams have records of drawing in most of their game and keeping fans wondering which is the best. They are all the best football clubs anyway.

Raja Club Atheltic is a professional football club located in Casablanca, the capital of Morocco.

The team was founded on March 20, 1949, by Moroccan government officials presided by Moulay Sassi Ben Ahmed El Alaoui Aboudarka.

It plays for the Moroccan professional league, Batola Pro. Talking of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa, Raja Club is no exertion.

The club has won 12 titles domestically for Batola Leauge, 8 Moroccan Throne Cup, and 12 intercontinental titles including 3 CAF Champions Leagues.

Nicknamed the Super Green Eagles, the club was ranked in 2000 as the 10th on the list of FIFA’s best world clubs. It is regarded as the fourth-Richest Football Clubs In Africa. The club is now chaired by Rachid Andaloussi and managed by Lassaad Chabbi.


 Chabab Riadhi de Belouizdad or CR Belouizdad is an Algerian football club known to be one of Arica’s topmost and Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

Founded on July 15, 1962, out of two former soccer clubs, Widad Riadhi Belcourt and the Athletic Club de Belcourt, the soccer club has made over 50 appearances in a soccer tournament and has won multiple trophies and titles since its establishment. This is of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

The club plays in the Algerian league, Ligue Professionnelle 1, and has succeeded Seven times as champions. Subsequently, CRB won eight times for the Algerian cup, two times for Algerian Super Cup, three times for Maghreb Champions Cup, and an Algerian League Cup title.


Orlando Pirates Football Club is a professional soccer club with its headquarters in Houghton in Johannesburg, South Africa.

The South African giant soccer club famously known as “the Buccaneers” was founded in 1937 at its former location, Orlando in Soweto SA.  The Buccaneers play in the Premier Soccer League of South Africa and usually plays its home games at the Orlando stadium.

They have a record of championing the South African premier soccer league nine times among many international and continental trophies.

The team has been topping sports headlines with their current transformation from their new signings and classy designs of their new kits. Richest Football Clubs In Africa, Orlando Pirates FC is chaired by Irvin Khoza and Managed by Josef Zinnbauer.

L’Esperance Tunis is a Tunisian sports club currently playing in the Tunisian top division league, the Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1. Well known as one of Africa’s wealthiest and best football clubs, the club has a record of winning the local league 31 times and 13 international titles alongside other sub-club tournaments.

MC Alger is the abbreviation of the Algerian football club, Mouloudia Club d’Alger. Founded in 1921 with its traditional colors, red-green, and white, the club is currently playing in the Algerian Ligue Professionnelle. This is of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

Per the club’s records, it was the first club from Algeria to emerge as the winner of the African Cup of Champions Clubs in 1976.

It also emerged as the champions 7 times for the Algerian league and 8 times for the Algerian Cup. MC Alger is now led by Abdenacer Almas and Coach by Nabil Neghiz.


Zamalek Sporting Club is another most decorated Egyptian soccer club widely known to be the rival of its neighboring club, Al Ahly SC. This is of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

 Zamalek was founded on January 5, 1911, by the late, George Merzbach who was a Belgian lawyer. Playing in the Egyptian Premier League, Zamalek has won 12 domestic titles, 25 Egyptian cups, and 2 national super cups. The club is currently chaired by Hussein Labib, the acting president, and managed by Patrice Carteron.

Looking at the outstanding achievement of the above-listed clubs, there’s no doubt that they are selected among the Richest Football Clubs In Africa. Kudos and more grease to their elbows.

Give your Feedback about our blog: Richest Football Clubs In Africa. Did you like it.

Follow us: Facebook